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Bonfire treats with a twist

Don’t just rely on gloves and scarves to keep you warm while you’re ‘oohh’-ing and ‘aahh’-ing at the fireworks this weekend, put a twist on some bonfire classics to really heat things up! Whether you like burgers or beans by your fire, here are a few ways you can stir up something special…

  • Bonfire bangers – Why not top your hot dogs with caramelised onion chutney instead of onions? The combination of sweet and savoury will be an explosion of taste.
  • BBQ beans – A simple way to spice up your bonfire beans is to add a spoonful of Mr Huda’s universal curry paste. Hot hot hot!
  • Buns and baps – Sometimes cheddar just isn’t enough to make a burger out of this world. We suggest topping yours with Lymn Bank Farm chilli cheese for a kick of flavour.
  • Mulled apple juice – Warm up some delicious Skidbrooke Cyder Co. apple juice from our Love Local range and add a cinnamon stick, orange and lemon peel. This autumnal warmer is perfect for little ones and anyone driving to the festivities!

Pop into your local food store and stock up for the ultimate bonfire bash.

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