Hello again everyone, it’s the weekend, once again, and, this week, I’ve got another recipe for you. A recipe that came to me as a suggestion, I might add, from Twitch user 8t88.
You see, I’ve been doing my best to follow through on my new year’s resolutions and find myself an artist but things haven’t quite gone to plan on that front. Rather than snagging myself someone who’ll redraw the shelf that I use as a site header, I’ve found only character artists and fun discussions. Conversations that now seem to act as something of a substitute for my pre-quarantine social life.
Yet, filled with nonsense as they might be, those discussions always seem to come around to food and recipe ideas. And 8t88’s, in particular, stood out. Apparently they’d been to a restaurant, some time ago, and been taken aback by just how much they’d enjoyed the place’s vanilla and habanero shake.
If that sounds insane to you, well, it did to me as well. So obviously I had to make it.
And, honestly, I was shocked. It was great!
Another tuesday, time for another spicy review. And this one, like the recent 🔥 Godslayer 🔥, is something that I can’t show you until after the Continue Reading button. It’s just as sweary.
But, unlike that one, it’s not a crazily hot extract sauce. It’s an usual cocktail ingredient or two that I got as a birthday gift and would rather like to talk about.
Hey folks, it’s the last weekend of the month and that means that it’s recipe time!
This month, however, I’m splitting my recipe in two. A post for 🔥 the main recipe 🔥 but also this one for an ingredient. For my chilli vodka.
So, if you’re over eighteen (or whatever your country’s legal drinking age is) and want to infuse some alcohol, read on.
So we’re a over a week into the new year now and it’s time to say goodbye to our holiday specials but, before we do, how about another drink or two to celebrate the fact that we’re still going?
These sparkling beverages are a little something special from my trip to Edible Ornamentals’ chilli farm at the end of last year. A topic that I’ll be coming back to soon enough.
For now, though, It’s these Nix and Kix drinks that we’re looking at. A brand named for their lack of any artificial ingredients and their little cayenne kick.
Another tuesday, time for another spicy review.
But this time it’s not another free sample I’ve been sent. It’s a limited edition craft beer made with anchos. And it’s selling fast!
Hello again everyone, today we get to take a look at the first of my ChimouliS sauces.
A little taster bottle of scotch bonnet sauce that they use for wedding favours and similar.
Hello and welcome back to another tuesday review.
Again, I offer something slightly different. This week we look at not one product but two. A comparison review of some of the best canned ginger beer on the market.