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Fresh hot chili peppers with a broad range of distinctive flavours designed to thrill even the most discerning of chiliheads. These sauces are the ideal additive to heat up any dish.
Marinate your meat before you barbecue it, or use the sauces as spice pastes for more delicate palates.
Imagine the essence of the chili pepper, all the flavour and heat of the fruit, trapped in an elixir that is avalable to you in but a single drop!
As a single drop is placed upon the tongue your anticipations of the sharp bite of searing fire disappear. A seducing blanket of rich organic cane syrup spreads across your palate, protecting you momentarily, as the nuances of the flavour hidden within the pepper are exposed.
The Jewels of Fire & Ice is a collection of 16 different 45ml (1-1/2oz) products. This is the best way of sampling a good variety of our products, and you get to choose the jewels that go into it. You get a whopping 60% discount off the Jewels – my thanks to you for sampling! We always include The Antidote (that’s the Ice part), and you can choose the other 15 products (that’s the Fire part), or we can do that for you.
What makes us different?
* We specialize in the use of fresh peppers.
* We choose ingredients for quality and social impact.
* We make Fair Trade Certified and natural products.
* Our products are gluten free and peanut free.
* We process fresh fruits and vegetables in-house.
* We love what we do.
What makes us special?
* The Peppermaster’s gift is his ability to merge culinary imaging with tropical wilderness experience to create stunningly rich and unique original concepts. The flavours and the fire contained within are delivered in sequential layers creating sensory jewels that open your mind igniting the playful magical spirit that is your essence.
* We offer a series of unique culinary experiences that will surprise and delight you and your friends.
Pikliz is most easily described as a spicy coleslaw. And in Haiti is served as a side dish and is used to cut the grease on the fried pork, called griot, or Tassot, fried beef, typically served in a Haitian home.
We hope you’ll try this recipe the next time you consider making a coleslaw. It is crisp and clear, very similar to the home-style coleslaws often served here in Quebec.