Arguably the 2 most popular Mexican chiles are Jalapenos and Habaneros. However, not enough respect and recognition has been given to the Chile de Arbol. Arbol means tree. Literally, chile de arbol means Chile of the tree. With that said, the chile de arbol is as Mexican as Menudo and a staple in Mexico. However, the name is relatively unknown in America and exists … more
Bhut Jolokia (also known as"Ghost Pepper" or Naga jolokia or Nai Mirris (Cobra Chilli)) is the hottest pepper in the world. Being the (brazen) adventurist that I am, I have tried the hottest pepper on earth. Introduced to me as the Ghost Pepper, I came to find out this hot lil, devil vegetable goes by many scary and hard to pronounce names, and is damn hot. … more
This spicy little bottle of Habanero sauce is going to blow your tastebuds away and at the same time it's going to spice up your life. As tiny as the bottle is don't be fooled at how hot the flavor is. Be very careful when you use this stuff because a little goes a long way. I highly recommend you use it in foods especially those foods that are cool and cold to refresh your mouth. Things like … more
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March 23, 2010
If you like hot and spicy food, I'm sure you've had your eyes water from jalapeño peppers a time or two. But have you thought about growing them yourself? I've grown them a few times and there are many reasons for doing so. Jalapeño peppers have more benefits than just clearing out your sinuses while ingesting them. There are some health benefits. Hot peppers have shown to reduce … more