Chilli Festivals 2012
Chilli Festival is your first stop for chilli events, chili festivals, hot food events, chilli eating competitions and sauce reviews internationally. Chilli Festival is all about celebrating the hottest chillies, the Trinidad Viper & Infinity Chili, the Indian naga bhut jolokia chili pepper, the Mexican habanero chili and the Carribean Scotch bonnet; if it's got a kick to it, it will be on the Chilli Festival website.
Chilli Festival will look at chili peppers from around the globe, whether they are the hottest chilli in the World, the biggest pepper, the strangest shaped capsicum or the rarest chilli - it's here! And if it's not, we want you to tell us.
Chilli Festival explains where to buy these fiery fruits, carefully concocted spicy sauces and hot chutneys that can pass for bottled magma; and finally, it's a place to find where you can attend food festivals and chilli events to see it all first hand!
Advertise on Chilli-Festival.com
Want to add your own banner advert to the website? Gain more traffic to your website by advertising with us today. Check out our competitive advert rates here.
Chilli Products, Retailers & Growers
Chilli Festival write regular reviews of both chilli products and their retailers. Retailers cover a range of countries and cuisines; Thai seasonings, Mexican hot sauces, Indian curry paste and Chinese dried chilli shrimp - nothing is too hot or too obscure.
More about chilli products...
Chilli Recipes & Ideas
Find quick and easy chilli recipes, submit your creations and review other people's creations online. Coming soon - provide a 5-star rating to advise chilli recipe-hunters how good you think the recipe is.
Read our chilli recipes...
Chilli Festivals & Events
Find local, national and international food events and chilli festivals. Chilli Festival lists up-and-coming gatherings for food fanatics and chilli addicts alike.
Find a chilli festival or event...
Your Chilli Questions... Answered
Thought that the Infinity pepper was the hottest chilli in the World? Ever wondered what the police's pepper spray was made of? Want to know how to grow your own chilli plants and when to plant your seeds?
View our chilli frequently asked questions...