Market and event dates 2024 Posted on 6 Jun 15:45 , 0 comments

Hi folks,

 Hope you are having a good 2024!

 We will be trading at our usual regular markets at:

Midsomer Norton Farmers Market – 1st Saturday of the month

 Frome Independent – 1st Sunday of the month

 Nailsea Farmers Market – 3rd Saturday of the month


Current additions to these are:

 Eat Festival – Burnham On Sea – Saturday 25th May

 Frenchay Flower Show – Saturday 13th July

 Nunney Fayre – Saturday 27th July

 Eat Portishead – Saturday 10th August

 High Littleton Village Day – Saturday 24th August

 Chew Stoke Harvest Home – Saturday 7th September

 Eat Weston Super Mare – Saturday 28th September

 Wells Food Festival – Sunday 13th October

 Eat Burnham on Sea – Saturday 26th October

 Wellsway Food and Craft – Sunday 10th November

 Henleaze Christmas Festival – Wednesday 4th December


We will add more events as they become booked up.

 Hope to see you all soon.

Market Dates 2023 Posted on 2 Feb 19:51 , 0 comments

Hi folks,

We are booking new markets and food shows for the year ahead.

Our regular appearances at Somerset Farmers Markets are below with a list of extra events booked below that:

1st Saturday of the month - Somerset Farmers Market - Midsomer Norton

1st Sunday of the month - Frome Independent - Boyles Cross Area

3rd Saturday of the month - Somerset Farmers Market - Nailsea

Extra Events Booked:

Saturday 13th May - Somerset Farmers Market - Keynsham  (guest appearance)

Saturday 27th May - Eat Festival - Burnham on Sea

Sat 10th June - Timsbury Village Day

Sunday 11th June - Bath Soft Cheese Open Farm weekend

Saturday 8th July - Dyson Summer Festival - Hullavington

Saturday 15th July - Frenchay Flower Show

Saturday 29th July - Nunney Street Fayre

Saturday 26th August - High Littleton Village Day

Saturday 9th September - Harvest Home Chewstoke

Sunday 8th October - Wells Food Festival (in marquee near bandstand)

Saturday 21st October - Eat Festival - Burnham on Sea

Sunday 12th November - Wellsway Artisan Market

Sunday 26th November - Wild Herb Kitchen Market (Holt)

Wednesday 6th December - Henleaze Christmas Festival





Market Dates 2022 Posted on 3 Feb 15:30 , 0 comments

Hi Folks,

We have been putting our diary of regular events together for 2022.

We will be sure to be adding more as the year progresses.

Looking forward to seeing you at some of the dates below.

All the very best, Tim.

Key: SFM = Somerset Farmers Markets, C&G = Cheese and Grain,

TBC = To be confirmed.

Here is our current list:

Sat 5th Feb: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sat 12th: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 5th March: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 6th: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 12th March: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 19th March: SFM Nailsea

Sat 2nd April: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 3rd April: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 9th April: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 16th April: SFM Nailsea

Sun 1st May: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 7th May: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sat 14th May: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 21st May: SFM Nailsea

Sat 28th May: Eat Festival - Burnham on Sea

Sat 4th June: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 5th June: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 11th June: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 18th June: SFM Nailsea

Sat 2nd July: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 3rd July: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 9th July: SFM Frome C&G

Sat 16th July: SFM Nailsea

Sat 6th Aug: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 7th Aug: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 20th Aug: SFM Nailsea

Sat 27th Aug: High Littleton Village Day

Sat 3rd Sept: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 4th Sept: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 10th Sept: Harvest Home - Chew Magna

Sat 17th Sept: SFM Nailsea

Sat 1st Oct: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 2nd Oct: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sun 9th Oct: Wells Food Festival (Big marquee Nr bandstand)

Sat 15th Oct: SFM Nailsea

Sat 22nd Mendip Market - Frome

Sat 29th Oct: Eat Festival - Burnham on Sea

Sat 5th Nov: SFM - Midsomer Norton

Sun 6th Nov: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Sat 12th Nov: Mendip - Frome

Sun 13th Nov: Wellsway Artisan Market - Keynsham

Sat 19th Nov: SFM - Nailsea

Sat 26th Nov: Mendip - Frome

Sun 27th: Wild Herb Kitchen - Holt

Sat 3rd Dec: SFM Midsomer Norton

Sun 4th Dec: Frome Independent - SFM upper pitch

Wed 7th Dec: Henleaze Christmas Festival - Bristol - Dublin Crescent Pitch

Sat 10th Dec: Mendip - Frome

Sun 11th Dec: Mells Fair (TBC)

Sat 17th Dec: SFM - Nailsea

Sun 18th Dec: SFM - Frome C&G Xmas (TBC)

Sat 24th Dec: Mendip - Frome







TangerineScream back in stock! Posted on 6 Aug 09:37 , 0 comments

Hi folks,

Our popular and currently hottest product to date TangerineScream is now back in stock.

Order as part of a quartet or on its own.


We are back at markets and events 👍🌶️🍊🌶️ Posted on 26 Jun 10:20 , 0 comments

Hi folks,
We are trading at markets and events again.
This list will be updated as more events are added.

MarmaNaga Baked Chicken Posted on 10 Nov 13:52 , 0 comments

This is a warming and tasty recipe for Autumn andwinter.

MarmaNaga baked Chicken:

2 tbsp marmalade (preferably clementine marmalade)
1 tbsp olive oil
1/2 tbsp Dijon mustard
1 clove garlic, peeled and crushed
1 level tbsp freshly grated ginger
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
4-6 chicken thighs and/or drumsticks
2-4 clementines, or tangerines
1 tbsp chopped fresh parsley (if available)

To make this fab MarmaNaga Chicken recipe, preheat the oven to 200°C/400°F/Gas Mark 6.
In a large bowl, mix together the MarmaNaga, olive oil, mustard, garlic, ginger and seasoning. Slash the chicken skin diagonally 3 times in each thigh/drumstick. Add the chicken to the bowl and coat it in the marmalade mixture.
Spread the chicken pieces out in a large roasting tin and pour over any of the marmalade juices in the bowl.
Thinly slice the clementines, or tangerines, and place over the chicken pieces, pressing some in between the pieces.
Cover roasting tin with foil and place in the centre of the oven. Bake for 20 mins, then remove foil and bake for a further 30-40 mins, basting occasionally, until chicken is starting to turn golden and the juices run clear when flesh is pierced. Remove from the oven and sprinkle parsley over before serving.

4 flavours available at Pensford Post Office Posted on 20 Oct 14:06 , 0 comments

If you are driving between Wells an Bristol you will more than likely pass through Pensford. Take a few minutes to stop in at the Pensford Post Office where they are stocking 4 of our most popular flavours.

The post office is very well and safely run. Friendly owners and staff. Find our jars near the 'spice' section, or ask a member of staff.



StrawBonnet back in stock 🍓🌶️👍 Posted on 19 Sep 13:25 , 0 comments

You asked for it. We made it. Over 12kgs of fresh Cheddar Strawberries in a hundred jar small batch. The huge amount of fruit has created a smooth, saucy, incredibly fruity product with a scotch bonnet finish. Not wildly hot, but wildly flavoursome. Enjoy! 🌶️🍓🌶️🍓🌶️🍓👍😀

MangoNero Baked Cheese Posted on 26 Aug 17:42 , 0 comments

Here's another fab idea for using MangoNero:

MangoNero baked Cheese:

The contrast between the creamy cheese and the fruity bite of MangoNero makes for a yummy food pairing.

Using your favourite bakeable cheese:

Score the cheese well (go beneath the rind, but not too far) with a cross. Place in a suitably sized ramekin or dish. Cook at 180c for 10 minutes (until the top layers begin to bubble a bit). Remove from the oven. Fold back the flaps created from scoring and create a well in the centre with a spoon. Spoon in Timmy's Chillies MangoNero (2 teaspoons approx dependent on size of cheese). Cook for another 10 minutes (until cooked throughout).

We used Foccacia bread to dip in (sliced into manageable bite sized pieces) that we warmed in the same oven for about 6 minutes.

Dip away and enjoy!

BlimeyLimey Mojito - a great end to the summer! Posted on 26 Aug 17:08 , 0 comments

BlimeyLimey Mojito:

Here's a refreshing twist on a Mojito for the end of the summer ( or whenever you fancy one).


White rum (2 fingers for a strong one). Ice (crushed if possible). Fresh mint leaves (a small handfull - wash and 'clap' them in your hands before putting in the glass). Lime Juice (fresh is best but bottled pure juice will do). A heaped teaspoon of Timmy's Chillies BlimeyLimey. Stir. Add soda water as required. Enjoy!


P.S. We have this on our "Recipe" page also. The pics are not as good if you are watching on a Desktop, laptop, or tablet - better on mobile (where 56% of our sales come from), apologies folks. It's a 'platform' issue!