BBC Good Food Editor’s Pick: BoTree Salted Pepper Berries
Since their summer release, BoTree Salted Pepper Berries have made quite the splash (and not just when dropped into G&Ts). They garnered immediate praise from some of our favourite Michelin chefs including Michel Roux, Jr., Melissa Hemsley, Tom Kerridge, and Peter Sanchez-Iglesias. Now these perfectly preserved Salted Pepper Berries have landed in BBC Good Food’s September issue as a top pick of food editor Cassie Best.
Best writes: “These green pepper berries deliver a hot, salty, aromatic hit. Crush and sprinkle on fish with a squeeze of lemon, spice up a roast beef sandwich, or a G&T.”
The possibilities really are endless – you can also add Salted Pepper Berries to soups, salads, savoury sauces, in canapés…that is, if you don’t simply pop them into your mouth – the explosion of salt and pepper in seamless balance is totally moreish. Visit our Pepper Shop to try yours today.
BBC Good Food’s September issue is out now.