Harry from Anna Valley Chillies has sent us a few bottles of their sauces to add to our Valentines Hamper, so now there are 31 super chilli products in the hamper.
Anna Valley Chillies - Chilli Sauces
We have put together a hamper of chillies products that are ideal for a Valentines gift, there is only one of these unique hampers and you could win the hamper and have it sent to your Valentine.
All you have to do is answer one simple question to be entered in the draw, then on February 10th we will draw the winner and ship this to your Valentine (UK mainland addresses only, we cannot guarantee delivery on the day, but we do our best).
The hamper contains an amazing 31 products so far
Including Chilli Chocolate from The Chilli Pepper Company, Chilli Jams from The Chilli Jam Man, Jams and Pickles from Mr Vikki’s, sauces from The Upton Cheyney Chilli Company and even more sauces and snacks from The Cambridge Chilli Farm, Hot-Headz, Scorchio and Anna Valley Chillies. All are first class products, that any Hot Valentine will be happy to enjoy, and with more products due to arrive in the next few days ( We will keep you up-to-date on the new arrivals).
- Competition is open to UK residents only, and will only be shipped to a UK mainland address.
- Competition closes at midnight 09/02/11
- Winner will be notified by email on 10/02/11 to request a delivery address
16 Million Pure Capsaicin Crystal
Gerald Fowler from The Chilli Pepper Company has contact us with news that he has a short stay of execution as far as the sale of Capsaicin goes.
Their local Trading Standards are deciding if they can still sell it but not as an ingredient, this these little bottles may become a bit of a collectors item. (I already have mine )
So if you are after any, NOW is the time to get your order in and visit www.chileseeds.co.uk before it is all gone!
Michael Mosley exits the chilli eating competition.
ChilliPepperPete tells us that the BBC will be showing the Pleasure and Pain program that was partly filmed at the Fiery Foods Chilli Festival in Brighton last year, The BBC’s Michael Mosley took part in the chilli eating competition.
The program will be show on BBC1 tonight at 10:35pm
Congratulations to Joanna of Edible Ornamentals as she has just been shortlisted as one of the UK finalists in the ‘Grower of the Year’ award. The competition is run by Horticulture Week and The Grower magazines in association with Asda, the Horticultural Trades Association and the National Farmers’ Union, and celebrates the very best in UK horticulture.
Joanna Plumb of Edible Ornamentals
The winners of ‘Grower of the Year’ will be announced in February, so we will let you know how she does..
Joanna has also been selected as a finalist in the Countryside Alliance Awards. These are national awards which celebrate special contributions that have been made to rural life. Edible Ornamentals, the nursery where Joanna grows over 40 varieties of chillies was nominated as an example of a rural enterprise that supports and promotes their local community. The winners will be chosen by a panel including TV cook Clarissa Wright and representatives of the Daily Telegraph and Farmers Guardian and announced in March.