ChileFoundry Newsletter – September 2010

by Hot Juan on October 3, 2010 · 0 comments

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Article of the Month:-

Darth Naga Reviews – Fire Foods Infinity Sauce

This is the article of the month, Darth  makes a stunning video review of the Hottest Natural Sauce he has tried to date.

Top articles for September included:-

Report from the Fiery Foods UK Chilli Fiesta at Victoria Gardens in Brighton

Darth Naga’s Visit the the Big Brother House

Fiery Foods Chilli Eating Competition – Videos from both days at the Brighton Chilli FestivalHot Headz - Naga Mustard Sauce

Report from the Royal Horticultural Scoiety (RHS) Chilli Fiesta

Massala Inforno – Is this the worlds hottest curry

Scott Roberts – Chilli Letter from America #10 – Our monthly report from the USA

Hot-Headz – Naga Mustard Sauce Review – One of the hottest natural mustard sauces we have ever tried.

Cambridge Chilli Farm – Pineapple and Habanero Hot Sauce Review – Phil from the Dartmoor Chilli farm’s first review.

Simpsons Chilli Tastings – A visit to Simpsons Seeds to try their range of Chillies at one of their annual chilli tastings

Dr. Burnorium’s Hot Sauce Emporium –  We visit one of the UK’s few Hot Sauce shops in Bristol.

Tabasco  Pizza Review – If you like Tabasco sauce, this Pizza is perfect for you!

Britain’s Best Dish – Criag from www.wegrowourown.co.uk makes it into the final.

Can Chillies Cue Cancer – Some research from the University of Queensland

Dartmoor Chilli Farm – Dartmoor Real Ale Chilli Chutney – A first review from one of new team members

Report from the Upton Chenyney Chilli Festival 2010 – A very popular event now in its second year,

To Infinity Chilli and Beyond… – The breaking news of the new scovile rating for the infinity chilli.

Heinz Beanz – Sweet Chilli – I think most of us have lived with Heinz Baked beans all of our lives, I have made the odd excursion to another brand, but always seem to come back the one I know best Heinz!

The Hunt for the Trinidad Scorpion & 7 Pod Chillies – Read Chilli Joe’s adventure tracking down these on a recent visit to Trinidad.

Bee Sting Brand ThaiSting Sweet Chilli SauceThe Bee Sting range is from the Half Moon Bay Trading Company, who‘s Iguana range of hot sauces have been a favourite of mine for many years.

Images from Waddesdon Chilli Festival 2010 – Ben Saunders kindley provided us with his photo report from the event.
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