Hey folks, it’s sunday and I believe that I owe you a recipe.
Now, normally, this would be my christmas recipe, what with it being the winter holiday season, but I haven’t felt particularly inspired, on that front, this year. So, instead, I have a little something that I was asked to share with you all. My little christmas present to you, if you will.
This is mark two of my udon bolognese, as I like to call it, made with Wiltshire Chilli Farm’s Firemite. Giving it a serious dark depth and throaty warmth, which makes it even more of a satisfying winter meal than last time.
So what are you waiting for?
So I didn’t really want to do this, folks, but we’re seeing the same company two weeks in a row, this month. Because, shortly after I ordered their chocolate, I found out that Wiltshire Chilli Farm had also released this:
A chilli and yeast extract spread with the exact same name as 💀Fire Foods’ old product💀. My review of which has been getting a suspiciously high number of hits, recently. Making it clear, to me, that this is the content that you all want.
So here you go, everyone: My thoughts on Wiltshire Chilli Farm’s Firemite.
Attention: This is an old post regarding a product which has since ceased production. To the best of my knowledge, neither it nor its makers still exist but the review will remain on my site, for posterity. For a more recent sauce with the same name and concept, however, try looking at Wiltshire Chilli Farm’s Firemite, instead.
Hey folks, I’m going to be brutally honest with you. I don’t like the taste of today’s product.
But then, it is a well known, divisive flavour. One that people either love or hate.
I am, of course, talking about Marmite. Or, as it’s sometimes known for legal reasons, “famous yeast extract”. The signature ingredient in Fire Foods’ Firemite sauce.