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Sirachi Sauce Shortage?

Sriracha shortage? California holds the hot sauce, and foodies are fuming. Sriracha shipments have been put on hold by California health regulators in order to inspect a new manufacturing process of the popular hot chili sauce. Foodies, chefs, and businesses are all fired up. By Patrik JonssonDec 13, 2013 4:38 PM Public health officials in California have taken […]

The 12 Hottest Chili Peppers EVER!

The 12 Hottest Chili Peppers EVER!

In case you haven’t noticed, “hot” is IN right now, and by that I mean hot and spicy food. If you don’t believe me, just turn on The Food Network and you’ll quickly notice the growing number of programs dedicated to the subject. As Andrew Zimmern and Anthony Bourdain both trek across the globe sampling […]

Spice Up Your Cooking With Hot Sauce For Your Health

Spice Up Your Cooking With Hot Sauce For Your Health

Cooking with hot sauce or hot peppers can add an excellent flavor to nearly any meal and be a healthy alternative to cooking with other condiments such as creamy salad dressings or salt. Along with the numerous health benefits of spicy food it is a great way to add variety to your cooking and set […]

Carolina Reaper

27 December 2013

FORT MILL, S.C. (AP) — Ed Currie holds one of his world-record Carolina Reaper peppers by the stem, which looks like a scorpion’s tail. On the other end is the bumpy, oily, fire-engine red fruit with a punch of heat nearly as potent as most pepper sprays used by police. It’s hot enough to leave […]

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How To Handle Your Peppers

How To Handle Your Peppers

28 September 2010

When a person thinks about chilli peppers, they immediately associate it with a burning sensation in the mouth – obviously if you eat something spicy, your mouth will burn – but many forget to realize that the oils and juices of the pepper can also burn your skin just as bad as your mouth. If […]

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WTF is The Scoville Heat Test?

WTF is The Scoville Heat Test?

28 September 2010

The Scoville scale is a measurement of hotness or piquancy of a chilli pepper. The heat from this vegetable comes from the capsaicin content found in the skin, flesh and seeds of the pepper. The scale itself is named after its creator, Wilbur Scoville. This method, the Scoville Organaleptic Test, was developed in 1912, as […]

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Preparation Before You Eat Something Spicy

Preparation Before You Eat Something Spicy

21 September 2010

There are probably thousands of people in America alone who love the idea of eating spicy foods, but don’t have the tolerance to endure the scorching aftermath.  If you are one of those people, read on – we have compiled some great tips to prepare you before and after eating a spicy dish. Enjoying spicy […]

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How To Make Your Own Chili Oil

How To Make Your Own Chili Oil

20 September 2010

The great thing about making your own chili oil is that it is simple, low cost and doesn’t require much time.  Chili oil is a great compliment to Asian inspired dishes and adds a spicy kick to anything bland. The reason why chili peppers and oil infuse so well together, is because the natural oils […]

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History Of The Spice Trade: In A Nutshell

History Of The Spice Trade: In A Nutshell

15 September 2010

Realistically, the first ever trade of spices probably happened shortly after humans learned to cook meat and provisions over an open flame.  But in regards to the spice trade movement that defined commerce and trade as industries – it is said that the trails can be followed back to ancient India, south-east Asia and the […]

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