Game Day 3
Number of Matches: 15
Groups in Action: A, B, C, E, F
Getting caught hiding Scotch Eggs in your desk: Likely
I’ve made myself a brew, 5 sugars, half a pint of milk and a Tunnocks Tea Cake on the side, it must be time to take a look at today’s line up in the Vale of Mowbray Condiment World Cup!
Sriracha Sauce V Dijon Mustard
Branston Pickle V Banana Ketchup
Hoisin Sauce V Habenaro & Red Pepper Chutney
Lou’s Hot Sauce V Smoked Srirach
Brown Sauce V Carolina Mustard BBQ Sauce
Soy Sauce V Redcurrant Jelly
Perinaise V Tomato Ketchup
Sweet Garlic Pickle V Salsa Macha
Burger Relish V Mint Sauce
Beetroot Chutney V Caramelised Onion Chutney
Mango Chutney V Mayonnaise
English Mustard V Tomango Ketchup
BBQ Sauce V Tartare Sauce
Farmhouse Chutney V Worcestershire Sauce
Old English Chutney V Peach Chutney
I have a confession to make, and this might be controversial, Branston Pickle is over-rated. There, I said it, and even if I was to go out and get some, I’d get the small chunk. What you going to do about it?
We’ve got a red-hot match up today as Lou’s Hot Sauce takes on Eaten Alive’s Smoked Sriracha Sauce, it’s going to be hotter than that time I did a BBQ on Fitties Beach in Grimsby in 17-degree heat, I had to loosen my tie a bit that day. #NorthernerProblems
Get yourself over to the Vale of Mowbray social pages and start voting for your favorites, cast multiple votes by voting across Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
Got to go now, my brew sloshed about too much in the Sports Direct mug and now I’m covered in milky tea. Tunnocks Tea Cake was top notch though, might get another.