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Sriracha, Hot Chili Sauce, 17 oz (482 g) by Huy Fong
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Rooster Rocks!, 2 July 2014
It's official - I cannnot live without this sauce.

The prefect addition to almost all foods, Huy Fong Sriracha is a gift from the gods, bestowed upon mankind to help him consume his wife's awful cooking.

A little bit of the sauce adds a small kick to any meal, but one of the great beauties of this sauce is that the heat is scalable, meaning the heat can become really rather powerful with liberal additions.

I can now make Chilli for my family, keeping it mild for my kids, then adding a healthy slug into my portion for that lip-tingling heat that I love. It makes a cheeseburger into a culinary masterpiece, and even stops baked beans from being boring. Try it… Read more
DacMagic XS USB DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter&hellip by Cambridge Audio
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
If you're planning on using headphones with your PC or laptop, then a DAC is a necessity.

The DacMagic XS is pure brilliance: I'm listening with Sennheiser HD600 headphones and the sound stage is impressive: bass is deep and resonant and the detail is spectacular.

Install the UBS 2.0 driver if you can, as it adds to the capability of the unit and ultimately delivers better resolution.

Great value, amazing sound, but needs to be paired with a great pair of headphones to make it worthwhile. Also, you need very high quality source material in order to fully exploit the capability of the DacMagic and your cans. In this respect there are negatives: the fidelity… Read more
Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Paste - 3 x110g by Gran Luchito
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This stuff is unique - it's not a sauce, it's an ingredient.

Use it to make the best Chilli Con Carne you've ever made. Use it to spread on toast, topped with a runny fried egg, use it in soups, sparingly, to add a whole new taste dimension. Dip your finger in and enjoy it pure. Add to a bloody Mary to kick it up a notch, mix in with mince beef when making burgers, the possibilities are truly endless.

An amazing, authentic ingredient, unlike anything else you can buy.

Highly recommended!

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