The Garlic Farm have been growing garlic on the Isle of Wight for over 50 years and currently are the UK's largest specialist garlic grower. The Garlic Farm on the Isle of Wight not only sell wonderful garlic, but they also have a broad range of snacks, sauces, chutneys, and cooking ingredients.
Here we have a jar of Thai Red Curry Paste which I will review, and then follow up with my own basic recipe for Thai Red Chicken Curry.
I've had a couple of Pain Is Good sauces in the past and always remember that they tasted really fresh and almost homemade, so I was really looking forward to this Jalapeno Harissa.
Spontaneous Combustion Chicken Wing Sauce is made by Southwest Specialty Food, Inc (the company sometimes goes under the Ass Kickin’ brand), and this sauce comes all the way from Arizona USA. I picked this up from my local Hot Headz online shop since I love trying different wing sauces, and really liked the packaging this sauce comes in.
I wouldn't normally buy mustard based sauces since I'm not a fan of the hot yellow seed, but this one caught my eye and I'm ever so pleased I did a couple of reasons. First of all, this sauce is bloody delicious. And secondly, I've opened up to mustard in general, and I'm really starting to like it with more and more foods.
Buffalo Wings. Man, I love Buffalo Wings. My friend got me this sauce from Texas, saying that it's very popular over there. I know that Frank's hot sauce is the most popular sauce for making Buffalo wings, but I wondered what the next big 'go-to sauce' is for wings, and apparently it is Louisiana Wing Sauce by Bruce Foods Corporation.
So, Smack My Ass & Call Me Sally is a novelty Habanero hot sauce which comes from Florida, US. As you can see, some poor lad has had his bare bottom smacked hard, and crying
Tabasco have got to be one of the biggest hot sauce brands out there right? I've always been surprised by how little they've expanded their product range, so I was not surprised to see this Tabasco Sweet Chipotle & Cola Sauce & Marinade in my local Sainsbury's.
I'm not a salsa guy, mainly since I try not to buy crisps for consumption at home, but when I do actually get the chance to eat salsa, then forget the opening of this sentence. I was bought this salsa as a present from a local Whole Foods store, and I'm delighted I got to try it.
A short review today since I doubt you'll able to buy this sauce anymore because Encona released this limited edition to coincide with the World Cup 2014 in Brazil (England fans have already forgotten this ever happened).
I like to keep an eye on what supermarkets are doing with their own brand sauces, and it's great when you come across an attempt that is actually quite good. Well Sainsbury's, this one is a blinder.