If you're lucky enough to live in select parts of Georgia and Florida, you might have access to the Boneheads Grilled Fish and Piri Piri Chicken franchise, which is starting to make some progress at expanding. Featuring menu items that are spicy (and spicier), it looks like a place we would love to try. Even if it's one cog in the Raving Brands franchise empire, it does look like it has potential.
Boneheads Grilled Fish and Piri Piri Chicken's Signature Sauce Wins Big at Prestigious Fiery Food's 2007 Scovie Awards Competition
ATLANTA-(Business Wire)-March 22, 2007 – Boneheads Grilled Fish & Piri Piri Chicken was recently awarded two 2007 Scovie awards for their signature Piri Piri sauces. Founded in 2005, Boneheads is known for offering fresh, flavorful food including fire-grilled fish seasoned with Boneheads' signature spices and chicken dishes marinated with Piri Piri sauces. The Scovie Awards recognize top fiery foods from around the globe.
A panel of the country's top culinary experts sampled hundreds of the world's most lauded gourmet foods, and of the 742 entri
es across multiple categories, Boneheads was recognized in the “Hot Sauce — Medium” category for its Medium Piri Piri Hot Sauce and in the “Hot Sauce — Specialty Chile” category for its Hot Piri Piri Hot Sauce.
“We are thrilled our Boneheads sauces did so well during our first year entering the competition, and we are glad to help raise the profile of the Piri Piri pepper,” says Boneheads Senior Vice President and Brand Leader Seth Salzman. “We invite everyone to Boneheads to try any of our four Piri Piri sauces with the entree of their choice.”
Piri Piri Sauce in Portugal and South Africa is as varied in taste and style as BBQ sauce in the United States. The common ground for the Piri Piri sauces is always lemon juice and the famed African Birdseye Chili; after that the ingredient lists vary wildly. The Boneheads Piri Piri sauces were developed over months of trial and error, using a multitude of cooking techniques, seasonings, fresh herbs and vegetables. The final result was incredible sauces each with a unique flavor profile.