So it’s thursday again, everybody and it’s the first thursday of december. Finally time for my yearly, pre-christmas recap. And, unlike with my previous lists, I’m not going to be changing the format up at all.
Ordering by type, so that readers could skim to the section(s) that most suited their gift giving, has proven itself rather more work than ordering by time or heat but, personally, it’s what I’d rather read. It’s a much more useful sorting method.
So, pay attention to the bold headings, stop and read if you see something inspiring, poke the product names to see my full reviews and give the company names a click to go straight to their websites (UK brands only and only if they have one). Plus, don’t forget to check my top product summaries at the end for the very best of the best.
Hey folks, it’s christmas shopping season again and, while I’m a little more prepared this year, I’m sure that at least a few of you still need my advice. So, this being the first thursday of december, it’s time for the third of my yearly recaps.
Recaps that, for those of you who’re new to this site, focus heavily on the giftability of the sauces and such that I’ve tried that year.
Last year, I introduced the idea of ordering those products by type, rather than time or heat, and I intend to do the same again today. So, if there’s a certain sort of item that your friends or family will particularly enjoy, feel free to skim ahead until you catch the appropriate topic heading. I’ll put them in bold specially.
But, before we get to what I’d recommend as a gift, let’s kick off this year’s summary with what I wouldn’t.
Oh, and click the sauce and company names for my reviews and their sites (if they’re in the UK), respectively.
Hello again everyone. Today I’d like to make a quick thursday post about another company I met back at Reading Chilli Fest.
I didn’t get anything free from this one, so they won’t be appearing in my links section up top, and I don’t even know that much about them.
What I can tell you, though, is that their range needs to be seen together to be fully appreciated:
Hey folks, it’s that time of year again. Christmas is fast approaching and, if you’re anything like me, you’re panicking over what to get your friends and family. So, this thursday, we’re going to go over everything I’ve had in the last year, seeing what would and wouldn’t make great gifts.
It’s time for my yearly recap.
But, this year, we’re not going to go by month. We’re going to go by theme.
So feel free to skip ahead to the bold heading that interests you or your gifts’ recipients most.
Happy thursday, folks, today I’ve got another inedible review for you.
Just last week, I received a free goodie box from Flaming Licks, the hot sauce subscription service previously known as Lick My Dip*. I opened it on film and you can see my first reactions to all the items inside here.
But this post is a slightly more in depth look at the product that Flaming Licks provides. The box itself.
Hello again everyone, it’s time for something silly.
More specifically, this crazy little movie tie-in:
Hello again everyone, it’s time for another review. Today, what we’re going to be looking at are some freebies sent along with my recent order from Grim Reaper Foods. Because I figured it was time to try something more than just their excellent chocolate.
Happy thursday everyone, it’s the first of december so, with present buying season well underway, I think it’s about time we went over this year’s best products.