Some reviews and comments from African Volcano peri peri sauce and marinade users:
4min 30sec segment on James Martin Home comforts, Series 2: Taste of Adventure BBC1 and BBC2
Buzzfeed “21 London street foods to eat before you die” – no19
Best food markets – Olive magazine
American Food and Wine magazine – Best new European food markets
26.2 ways a foodie should celebrate the London Marathon – No4
Recommendation in Time Out, London
Chilli Foundry Review – medium sauce and medium marinade
Hawthorne must be part of team GB Olympic squad as these two products are truly golden in colour and both award winning. African cuisine, but British made.
The Chile Foundry – Hot marinade
.. more exciting and doesn’t have that bland supermarket scent to it.
The Chile Foundry – Hot sauce
..Overall, the combination of flavours in this sauce is excellent.
..Peri Peri range is utterly delicious and one of the finds of the day
Magnus Hultberg: recently gave him some to experiment with:
And Kavita Favelle had a trial with the sauce and marinades:
Monica Shaw has been doing some interesting work with the vegetarian side of testing and trialling African Volcano. Some of her pictures are here:
Lauren Razavi from Take on the Road
Jo Romero from Comfort bites
Jacqueline Roe from Renaissancegirlcooks
GQ Magazine – Top 22 things to eat in London, November 2013 issue
“Stunning range of peri peri sauces.. your taste buds can thank us later”