our lemon range
lemons were once used to cure scurvy, a disease that caused bleeding gums. being rude about someone’s cooking may the the same effect. go suck!
our fig range
figs pre-date wheat as a farmed produce. in italy and spain, giving someone the fig is a sign you may have touched a raw nerve, so, take a leaf out of the fig’s long history and tell your culinary critics where to go.
our asparagus range
Asparagus was renowned as an aphrodisiac in times of olde. Low in sodium with no fat and good for your ticker, they sure beat the heck out of an oyster. This old wive’s tale may hold some truth, asparagus is full of B6 which is proven to boost your fun drive, but beware of getting on the cook’s tips.