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Hot Sauce Competition - Earls Court Life

Hot Sauce Competition – Earls Court Life

Posted by Caroline Lofts

The Case Of The Perfect Condiment will be judged very soon in Earls Court.

Detective Peel and Special Inspector Harrison have accepted a very special case…The Case of the Perfect Condiment. Their mission; to look into some of the best hot sauces in London in an ongoing search to find perfection in each category.

The first target is hot sauce…and London is a big city. They need your help! Think you’ve got the perfect hot sauce? Swing by The Agency and present your case.

The rules are plain and simple. Competitors will need to serve their sauce to the panel of 4 judges accompanied by some of Evans and Peel’s finest chicken wings. The judges are to be confirmed but the panel will consist of an expert, a connoisseur, a spice junkie and a representative of the sponsor.

The order of the competitors will be decided at random on the day of the competition.

Date: 25/08/13

Arrival Time: 5pm
Start Time: 5:30pm
First Competitor: 6pm
Entry: Free for Competitors and Spectators

Competitors must confirm entry by 01/08/13 with any special requirements or requests. If competitors would like to view the kitchen and/or try the wings before the competition this must be pre-arranged with The Agency.

Personally I’d like to throw Mike’s Hot honey into the ring. I know that it’s technically a New York City special, but surely we can bend the rules just a little….? What say you:

Mike’s Hot Honey is a chili pepper-infused honey made in Brooklyn, NY. Our Hot Honey is a delicious pairing with a wide variety of foods including pizza, chicken, ribs, biscuits, roasted vegetables, fruits, cheeses and even ice cream. Also useful in cocktails and marinades, Mike’s Hot Honey is a versatile condiment made with the heat lover in mind.

Contact: michael.harrison2@hotmail.co.uk if you think you have solved the case!

Evans & Peel Detective Agency
310c Earl’s Court Rd, Earls Court, SW5 9AQ
020 7373 3573

 

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Evans & Peel Detective Agency Earls Court

Happy Birthday Evans & Peel / Earls Court

Posted by Caroline Lofts

Evans & Peel Detective Agency, Earls Court’s now infamous speakeasy, is celebrating its first birthday on the weekend of 07th-09th June.

For those who haven’t yet had the pleasure of a visit please do have a look at my rundown on the joint in the Best of West Brompton. As for the rest of you, book your case slots now before the detective agency runs out of desks! Details below…

Announcing Holly Penfield for The Grand Finale Detective Birthday Bash
Holly Penfield + Band
07th-09th June

Friday 07th – Whiskey &Truffle Specials
Saturday 08th – Whiskey & Truffle Special + Launch of new menu and cocktail specials
Sunday 09th – The ‘Piece De Resistance’ – The Jazz Singing Extraodinaire, Holly Penfield, usually seen at The Savoy and NYC hot spots will be upstaging our detectives and bringing our Birthday Weekend to a fantastic close. The performance is not to be missed. Free, but bookings only.
Time: 16:00 – 22:30 (Performance 18:00 – 20:30)

NB: Appointments are preferred by electronic mail, ideally a week in advance. We do leave a few desks open every evening for those ‘drop-in’ appointments. Every new case will be handled with utmost confidentiality.
Only if absolutely necessary contact via the wireless during office hours: 02073733573 (Tuesday to Saturday between 15:00 & 17:00)
If you are a Drawer Holder: Please reference your drawer number in the subject/case, with a two-hour warning and we shall seat you and up to 5 guests.
For Drawer Information please email detective@evansandpeel.com
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Evans and Peel have a no standing policy. All clients must be seated for their consultation. We’re old fashioned like that…

Evans & Peel Detective Agency310c Earls Court Rd, Earls Court, London, SW5 9BA020 7373 3573 Open 5pm-midnight Tue-Thur; 5pm-00.30 Fri-Sat

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