Round Up of Foodie Goodies #5 March - April 2015

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Thu, 30 Apr 2015 19:01:00 +0000
It really has been another bumper two months for Food Glorious Food with a whole host of reviewing taking place, for which I am eternally grateful. I love sharing all the latest food products, events and cookbooks and hope you are inspired by my latest round up of Foodie Goodies. Pickliz are a food company specialising in supplying a Haitian Spicy Condiment. In all honesty, I've never heard of Pickliz before, but that's the beauty of Twitter, you can discover new and exciting food brands. Pickliz is eaten throughout Haiti and is a fiery condiment made using my favourite peppers, Scotch Bonnet Peppers.  I love the theme behind this brand "Warmth in the Cold" and that what the picklz. The picked scotch bonnet (alongside carrots, onions and cabbage) perfect accompaniment to jazz up your meats and veggies. I've served mine with BBQ ribs, alongside having a good dollop with rice dishes.  Pickle Hotel Chocolat It seems that a month does not go by without me reviewing products from luxury chocolatiers, Hotel Chocolat - which is just the way I like it. For Easter I was  treated with this incredibly rich and decadent Rocky Road Easter Eggs. Easter Eggs have never tasted so good! I'll be hosting another fabulous giveaway from Hotel Chocolat on my blog soon. Spice Kitchen Spice Kitchen have been long supporters of my blog and are quickly becoming the UK leading pace for luxury and authentic Indian Spices. I was sent a selection of their new (and exciting) spices. New flavours include Sri Lankan Spice Mix, Chinese Spice Blend, Rasel Hazelnut, Baharat and my favourite jerk seasoning, amongst others. Chili and Ginger Noodles with Pork Belly using their Chinese Spice.  Stellar Tate The kitchen geniuses behind the Stellar Tate range launched a set on innovative stackable casserole dishes and pans. I was lucky to review their style casserole pan. Take a look on the link for my full review. Casserole Pan Russel Hobbs Slice and Go. With all the healthy eating that is the current of vogue at present, I was incredibly pleased to review Russel Hobbs Slice and Go. This is the perfect machine for shredding and perfectly grating vegetables. Who knew vegetables could be so attractive? Olive It I was fortunate enough to be able to spend an evening cooking with renowned Spanish chef Omar Allibhoy. We served a 3 course meal in-cooperating olives. I will be sharing this on my blog very shortly...... watch this space. Wrapchic: The Indian Burrito Located in the Bullring, Birmingham, Wrapchic offer a fusion of Indian and Mexican cuisine, all served perfectly for lunchtime. All recipes are cooked in a centrally location and offer beautiful lunches. Wrapchic started off with 1 outlet two years ago, they now have 12 outlets which I think is in part due to the wonderful food that is served here. Their main target marker is the lunch market, which I think is handy when you want a quick bite when at work or shopping. There is also a new breakfast menu, a perfect way to start the day. I tried the fish malabari (pangasius fish in a tangy malabari sauce) which was absolutely delicious. I can't wait to visit again :-) x  Wrapchic. Wrapchic. Wrapchic. Botanist restaurant I was excited and very pleased to review the newly launched Botanist restaurant in Birmingham. The decor is simply stunning and the food divine. Take a look at my full review on the link. Cookbook reviews.  I love reviewing cookbooks and have reviewed two very recently, Great British Cooking and Vanilla Table. Take a look at my review post, hopefully you will be inspired to add another addition to your cookbook shelves. xxx
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