This years chilli eating contest at the Fiery Foods Festival will be film by the BBC for a programme they are making on pleasure and pain, so if you think you can take the hottest peppers keep at eye on the Fiery Foods web site to find out how to enter.
See videos of last years events at www.chilefoundry.co.uk
You can also this year get a chance to have your own sauce commercially manufactured if you enter the home made sauce competition, the best part is you get to make it with ChilliPeterPete in his own kitchen, and have it sold in the Fiery Food Shop in Brighton
For more information visit www.fieryfoodsuk.co.uk
Hot-Headz have now started stocking a range of Hot-Sauces from Arturo’s of Hawaii, they have named a sauce after each of the main islands.
Arturos of Hawaii Hot Sauces
The Hawaii islands are a great place to visit, but if you don’t have the time or cannot afford it, why not try some of the sauce, we will be reviewing these very soon.
For more information visit www.hot-headz.com
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Our family of 8 went away for a short break a few weeks ago, and we took a number of Chilli products to test with us, a surprise product in our selection was a sauce from the South Devon Chilli Farm call simply “15“.
15 Chilli Sauce
When I say unusual, this is because of late we have had a lot of single variety sauces arriving at ChileFoundry HQ, the great thing about Single Variety Sauces, like Single Malt whiskeys is that you can start to understand the flavour of that chilli (In whiskey terms, the area/distillery), so with a number sauces on offer to the family, why did they almost finish the whole bottle of “15” in the first few days?
Ingredients: Fresh Chillies (60%), Cider Vinegar, Lemon Juice, Salt.
The sauce is a pale orange colour with the consistency of Tabasco sauce, but much less salty, it has a very pleasant sweet smell from the cider vinegar, but it is the taste is exceptional, it is not heat just for heat sake, in fact is is not a very hot sauce, but it has a well rounded warmth that is very hard to pin down in terms describing the flavour, but enough to say the combination of chillies and cider and lemon juice it sublime.
We used it in/on almost everything, and now unfortunately the bottle is now almost empty, I had to save the last few drops for a final taste before writing this review. I do hope that South Devon Chilli Farm can recreate this sauce consistently (i.e. which 15 Chillies and what proportions) as I am sure this will be a winner.
You can order this and other sauces direct from the farm, or via there network of retailers for more information visit www.southdevonchillifarm.co.uk