We love how Prezzybox just keeps on coming up with some fun present ideas, now its Fathers Day coming up and if your dad likes to stand tall next to a BBQ then why not give him this perfect accompaniment. The Sultans of Sizzle Hot Sauce!!
How hot do you like it? The Sultans of Sizzle Hot Sauce Gift Set is the perfect condiment to those who like some fire in their hearts. This gift pack has 3 different spicy sauces that are guaranteed to turn up the heat on you food.
Ideal for chilli lovers the Garlic Style Hot Sauce is tasty. The Jamaican Style Hot sauce is guaranteed to ignite your mouth whilst the Louisiana Style Hot Sauce brings the heat from the Deep South, deep into you.
A few weeks back we reported on the fantastic Innocent Inspires event held by our friends at Innocent Drinks. With influential speakers such as James Cracknell, Charlie Dark from Run Dem Crew and Dr Pixie McKenna speaking, we felt totally uplifted and healthier after the event.
The aim of this very first Innocent Inspires event was to help us all find ways to ‘Live Well and Die Old’ so this included easy ways to exercise, how to eat healthier foods and keep not only your physical but mental self well. We learnt a hell of a lot that night and cant wait to see what the next event has to offer, but if you missed this one, fear not as the lovely people at Innocent Drinks have shared some fantastic videos from the event.
If you want to find out more about the future Innocent Inspires event then make sure you click here!
To kick start here’s a fantastic overview of the whole event:
And if you want to watch the speaker talks in full, just sit back, relax and press play!
Deep in the heart of London’s Southbank, you’ll find a gem of a food festival which takes place on a weekly basis and on special occasions (like Easter weekend) extends to the banks of the Thames itself. Its called the Real Food Festival and is one of the best ongoing food festivals in London at the moment.
Bringing together a fusion of food from around the world, the Real Food Festival is starting to establish itself as the affordable, fresh, go-to food market for foodies and those who just fancy something different for lunch. What we really liked about it is that there is so much variety available. This is probably our third trip and every time we go there is something new. On this occasion we went for the full three course meal, starter, main and desert, and were not disappointed!
Unconventionally our starter was a cup of yummy Jasmine Tea from Bunta which is a Vietnamese inspired street food stall which is as colourful in colour as it is in flavour…From prawn skewers to sweet potato crisps and noodle salads, this was the perfect starting place to get an education in worldwide food.
Vietnamese Street Food stall Bunta
Next up was a pit-stop via the Community Kitchen Project which uses fresh food produce to create North African inspired food… this stall was always busy and very helpful to explain where the food comes from, definitely worth checking out… We absolutely loved its philosophy being based on the old idea of having a central kitchen space where everyone from the village comes to cook, chat and share recipes and resources – its a commercial business with a social purpose – so really does have people at the heart of what it does.
Cheese and freshly baked cakes all on show at the Real Food Festival
We also wondered around the stalls and settled on a tasty Paella cooked in a stall aptly named Paella! As the stall holder said, whilst battling the gigantic paella pans “its worth the wait” and it really was, a generous portion of healthy seafood paella cooked to perfection, absolutely divine… its just a shame that they haven’t developed their online marketing strategy just yet otherwise we’d be more than happy to point all you lovely people straight in its direction!
Finally, continuing the Spanish theme, (we just couldn’t resist) it was Churros! Churros! Churros! and if you didn’t have a chance to sample any there, here’s a fantastic video showing you how to make it at home!
Remember its not just these few stalls that are on show at the Real Food Festival. Some of our other recommendations are:
Craft Beer Rising which is traditionally a festival at its brewery in Brick Lane but hosted a number of yummy beers at this festival too…well worth a sample or seven!
Battersea Pie which is great British pies using traditional pastry and free range meat – British street food dining at its finest with food sourced from our fair Isles.
Grays and Feather a delightful taster of some fantastic world wines sold in quirky bottles and fantastic additions to any dinner table… all you winos out there will relish in this treat!
So there you have it an action packed food festival full of tasters from worldwide cuisine ready to get your mouth watering!
The Real Food Festival runs every Friday – Sunday right next to the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank, so make sure you check it out!