Hot pasty challenge

November 2013
British Baker;11/15/2013, p35
Trade Publication
The article presents a case study of ghost Bhut Jolokia chilli pasty challenge by the bakery store, Southwick General Store & Post Office. It mentions that a winner would get T-shirt and one's picture on the Wall of Fame on successfully eating the whole pasty, without any water, milk or yoghurt during the task, or for a whole five minutes.


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