The annual Birmingham Chilli Festival will be returning to Brindleyplace on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th July and is set to be hotter than ever!
Sponsored by Aston Manor Cider, this free family event will feature a variety of stalls selling chilli-inspired food, along with live music and cookery demonstrations from Brindleyplace restaurants – not to mention some hot limbo and salsa performances!
The most exciting hour of the Birmingham Chilli Festival, is the popular chilli eating competition, which will see 15 brave people compete against each other to see who can eat the hottest chilli. The highly-competitive competition will take place on Saturday 20th July at 3.30pm and the winner will receive complimentary drinks at Pitcher and Piano, a meal at Piccolino and an overnight stay for two with bed and breakfast at Hilton Garden Inn. (Please note that competition entries are now closed)
The live cooking and cocktail demonstrations schedule is as follows:
The following producers will be attending the event:
- Andi’s Finest - German cuisine and currywurst
- Banana Leaf – Malaysian street food
- The Baking House Wife - rum and chilli cakes
- Buddha Belly - Thai street food
- Capsaicinoia - chilli-related homeware and garden gifts
- Carluccio’s - Italian pesto, oils, pasta and pepperoncino
- Cheshire cheese - a wide selection of chilli cheeses
- Chilacas – Mexican street food
- Churros Susanna - churros and chocolate
- Cola Rebell - cola spiced with chilli and ginger
- Croomes Cuisine – a wide selection of chilli cheeses
- Fat Man Chilli - chilli sauces and jellies
- Fire Foods - chilli sauces, chutneys and gifts
- Grim Reaper Foods - chilli sauces, oils, chocolates and mustards
- Habanero Cafe - Mexican street food
- Holly & The Ivy - jams, jellies and chutneys
- Hungry Toad – burritos and tacos
- Low N Slow - American inspired slow cooked dishes
- Miss Apples Sweets - traditional Brazilian sweets and cakes
- Pip’s Hot Sauces - hot sauces!
- Platinum Pancakes - a raneg of spicy (and not so spicy) pancakes
- Ross and Ross Food - slow cooked lamb with chilli and salsa
- Spice Fever - samosas and dips
- Spice It Up – Jamaican jerk, sauces and relishes
- Wiga Wagaa Chillis - chilli sauces, pastes, oils and popcorn!
- wagamama - food inspired by Japanese noodle bars and Japanese-inspired flavours
- The Warwickshire Chilli Tree - Chilli sauces, chutneys and cooking sauces
- Wiltshire Chilli Farm - chili sauces, jams, chocolates, oils and plants
If you would like to sell your own produce at the Birmingham Chilli Festival, please contact Russell Dean of market operator Sketts by email to email@example.com.
For other enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.