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We all eat sauce right? Ketchup, BBQ, mustard..choose your condiment weapon. The current chicken kings are huge on sauces and there are new varieties hitting the supermarket shelves all the time as the hot sauce market continues to thrive. They lure you into freshness and flavour, tease you with taste sensations that will perk up your dinner times. Next time you pick up a bottle or jar, be sure to look at the label and find out what it is you are eating. We all care about ourselves enough to eat good food right? But convenience might replace that for...

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Angus & Oink, the barbecue lifestyle company, is today introducing three small batch beers to its product repertoire under the micro brand, Guerrilla Brewing.  The firm, which already produces and sells hot sauces, rubs and a range of sausages, has partnered with Glasgow-based Drygate Brewing to initially produce 700 of each beer: Cocoa Chipotle Cartel - an oatmeal porter with chocolaty aroma and hint of chipotle chilli, Rio Passion Session – a refreshing IPA with a sensuous passion fruit finish, and Tomahawk Red Indian Pale Ale – made with Rye and Tomahawk hops to give a deep flavour with a...

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Angus & Oink began in 2014 after Malissa and Scott Fraser began to develop their own products, similar to those they’d experienced when living and working overseas in the Southern US South America. Cooking had always been a passion, especially grilling, soul food and wood fired BBQ. Discovering sauces and grilled meat combinations all over the continent changed their culinary outlook, and they hoped to bring these taste sensations to the UK market where they just weren’t available. The man and wife team grew the evolving BBQ lifestyle business through 2015 and made several strategic alignments to add capabilities to...

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Where did that come from then, eh? The Kielbasa sausage is originally from Central Europe, and has strong links (pun intended) to Poland. The word Kielbasa in Polish actually means ‘sausage’ so we can stop calling it ‘sausage, sausage’, and just here on in refer to it as the Kielbasa. Phew. It is a staple of Polish cuisine, and comes in dozens of varieties from smoked and fresh, to turkey, lamb, chicken, pork, beef or even veal. Traditionally, Kielbasa is served with accompaniments such as crispy fried onions, added as an ingredient to soup, or used within casserole dishes. So...

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There’s a tonne of BBQ sauce available on the UK market, but to be quite frank, a lot of it far too unnaturally sweet and breaking the moral code with liquid smoke oozing out the pores. And so we embarked on our mission to create a BBQ sauce with real authenticity, smokin’ flavours of nature and a poke in the eye to mass-produced baloney. Having lived in South America and travelled (mostly eating non-stop) around the Southern US states, one thing we learned was that the people who live there know how cook. Regional variations of BBQ sauce that go...

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