Sunday, 17 April 2011
BBQ Season is Upon Us!
Well the weather seems to be improving (at last!) and the smell of barbecues is starting to be noticeable in gardens at weekends so at the Devil’s Garden we thought we would give you a few tips on how to make your party stand out:
Although technically not a chilli product, Bad Byron’s Butt Rub is a great way to add flavour to your meat. This seasoning has been running for 14 years in American and our compadres on the other side of the Atlantic can’t seem to get enough of it. The great thing about Bad Byron’s Butt Rub is that you can use it on its own or mix it with honey, olive oil, crème fraiche, butter, Worcester sauce and many more condiments and smother your food in it to create a marinade to die for!
From the creation of The Devil’s Garden we had lots of requests for a produce with hickory flavour so we hastened to offer Hot Headz Hickory Smoke sauce to the public. This produce doesn’t have any chillies either but what it lacks in heat it definitely makes up for in flavour. Just a few drops of Hot Headz Hickory Smoke will add depth to your food and you can also mix it with a chilli sauce that you really like that doesn’t have chipotle or a smoky flavour to it.
One of our biggest bestsellers at the Devil’s Garden whatever time of year is Dave’s Smokin Nuts. Not as hot as Dave’s Burning Nuts (thankfully!) these spicy peanuts are an absolute winner for flavour and still pack a punch. Flavoured with Piquin and chipotle chillies, this is a chilli snack we are always salivating about and one that is also always popular with friends and family.
Part of the 7 deadly sins collection, “Bliss” hot sauce from Sinful Sauces is a new favourite of ours. This is a medium hot chilli sauce that really works well in barbecues as is uses the smoky chipotle chilli and naga for the heat mixed in with slowly roasted tomatoes, onions, red wine vinegar, garlic, black pepper and spices.
So get the charcoal out, prepare your utensils and let’s get grilling!Read This Also :