Chilli Pepper Pete - Satan's Shit
ChilliPepperPete’s Satans Shit has been banned from two of last weekends food festivals after customers had problems..
At “The Taste of London” festival a customer reported to the first aid tent with problems.. we believe they recovered. While at the “Cheltenham Food Festival” a couple complained of stomach cramps, both incidents ended with the sauce being banned from sale…
Now when we say it HOT, it is really is HOT.. No Shit!
You can watch Darth Naga’s original video review here and see for yourself!
Located in the beautiful grounds of The Mansion House, the Chilli Fiesta has a whole host of entertainment including chilli plants, chilli ice cream, chilli beers, chilli eating competitions as well as a variety of cooking and gardening demonstrations.
Fathers Day Chilli Fiesta 2011
Fo those who do not like chilli there is still lots to see and do including a fun fair, food traders and unique activities.
The fiesta will open at 10.30am and close at 4pm. Free admission for all ‘Dads’ and free parking.
Ticket Prices:- Adult £7.00 Child £3.50
For more info visit www.themansionhouse.org
Yesterday we reported on chilli farmer Yeh Wu-shun who has reportly grown a chilli that is around the 1.5 million Scoville Units, making it the worlds hottest chilli.
During our investigations of the story, we found some interesting reports about Yeh Wu-shun and his Chili World Hot Pepper Museum, where he grows over 100 different varieties and makes chilli based products, including Ice Cream and Chocolate and even candied chillies.
Yeh-Chia-Shun Chili World Hot Pepper Museum (Images from http://mookyilan.ilccb.gov.tw)
We would love to know more
- Has anyone visited this Museum?
- Do you know anyone in Taiwan who could check this out?
- Is this part of a hoax like the Purple Naga?
Chilli Children Trust
I think we have found a charity we can we can support, it is based on the excellent idea of families growing chillies to raise money to help support disabled and orphaned children in the south western end of Uganda.
They support 5,000 Children in 4 districts (Rukungiri, Kanungu, Kisoro and Kabale). The Chillies grow well around the banana trees; the chillies are grown and then graded, and weighed and then transported back to the projects chilli store.
Most of the money raised from the sale of the chillies goes back to the growers, like most charities they are always looking for supporter to help them with donations.
Please watch the video below, it does a much better job of explaining that we can.
This charity appeals to us, as a Family we already support a young girl in Uganda, paying for her schooling and providing money for gifts at Christmas, but growing chillies to raise money seems like an excellent idea, we would love to see some of the UK artisan chilli business supporting this charity, we will be sending 20% of our advertising revenues, at the moment, our income does not generate enough to support the site, but we think this charity is important.
Please visit their web site https://sites.google.com/site/chillichildren/home where you can find out more about the good works they do and how you can support them.