Through both my business and blog I get to meet some great people and recently I’ve begun to spot a trend. Most of these people turn out to be science (principally Biology) graduates. Seems like us science geeks are quite an entrepreneurial bunch. I met James, who runs Buffalo Brownies, while we were both running our stalls at an event in the run up to Christmas. Unfortunately poor James can no longer get rid of me as I turned up with my stall last weekend for another event and set up right next to him. Partially because he knows far more about running a stall than I do (thanks for the bluetac & chips James!) and because I knew I’d get first dibs at the popular Chip blondie.
Buffalo Brownies are based in South Derbyshire and have created a range of brownies and blondies that are available for sale in a few outlets Derbyshire and through the post. I also mention them in the Marvellous Midlands part of the blog. If I had to choose just two of their range it’d be the most amazing Chip blondie that is like eating tablet fudge in cake form and Clementine brownie which is essentially a pimped up jaffa cake brownie. Hubs really likes the rhubarb & custard brownie – Arcee.
During our 6 hour stint on the stall we got talking about flavours. Buffalo Brownies are passionate about developing flavours for their brownies and blondies, many of which may push people’s flavour boundries. Some of the flavours that are going to be developed soon will involve alcohol. We’re talking about perfect brownies with an alcoholic kick. As to how James is going to do that, well that’d be telling.
All the flavours developed so far have been put in the Buffalo Brownies periodic table. It has about 75 slots at the moment, of which about 40 are already filled. So your challenge is to suggest the most amazing brownie/blondie flavour combination and you could be one of the lucky three to win a mixed box of classic shaped Buffalo Brownies. It’s only fair that those of your outside Derbyshire finally get a chance to try these delicious brownies.
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