May 2009

A report from the Hexham Courant (Yes it is a local paper, we read them all to write this site) says that UK Chille Grower and Sauce maker Dan May has got his Trees Can’t Dance sauces in to 50 Tesco’s stores.

We look forward to seeing them in our local store soon.

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Image Linked from Blue Dragon Web site

Image Linked from Blue Dragon Web site

Is this really the best Sweet Chilli Sauce in the UK?

It seems that in a recent survey the UK’s best selling Sweet Chilli Sauce was voted the best tasting in the UK.  Click here to see the original story from Talking Retails web site.

Do you know any different? Are there any UK produced (or other) Sweet Chilli Sauces that taste better or are they all just to sweet and non nondescript.

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Linked from the Telegraph

Linked from the Telegraph

Edible Ornamentals in Chawston, Beds has opened the UK’s first Chilli Pick Your Own, with over 40 varieties available including the Bhut Jolokia and the Dorset Naga.

It was reported in the Telegraph that “The couple already operate the UK’s only chilli farm from huge green houses on the site supplying 400,000 chillies a year to British supermarkets including Waitrose”

Please visit their web site for more information and opening times www.edibleornamentals.co.uk. We wish them luck in this new venture, please let us know if you have visit them.

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Started in 2006, this will be the 4th time for this event. The stall are in the sheltered Rose Garden, and the event offers Chilli plants, products and sample foods from around the world.

Please visit their web site for more information www.beningtonlordship.co.uk

Benington Lordship
Stevenage
Hertfordshire
SG2 7BS

08701 261709

garden@beningtonlordship.co.uk

We have a reporter visiting the show this year, so we will let you know how it goes.

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