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Does cooking calm down hot peppers?

by DonShirer 9 years ago

My wife came home from the grocery today with two little orange peppers "because they looked cute". After tasting on...


rentaprogrammer commented 1 month ago

Aji Amarillo

by pgwiz1 2 years ago

Is there anywhere in Dallas (ideally close to east dallas) where you can buy aji Amarillo either in pepper form, or i...


drubin4248 commented 2 months ago

Doña Gordita | Zona Centro - Ensenada

by Melanie Wong 2 months ago

Yesterday's drive from the OC to Ensenada stretched from the usual three hours to an exhausting six due to traffic de...

Melanie Wong commented 2 months ago

Stuffed Peppers Other Than Bell?

by zackly 5 months ago

I make basic stuffed peppers with ground beef and rice. I mostly use bell peppers, usually green, but have also used ...

The_Libster commented 3 months ago

Roasting Poblano peppers: what went wrong?

by mschow 8 years ago

Yesterday I roasted a bag of poblano peppers (to make chile rellenos with). I roasted them in my gas oven, under the...

Tom Steele commented 3 months ago

Chili Pequin and Tepin

by bjd 12 years ago

Hello, Two chili-related questions: • Is there a difference between the pequin and tepin chilies? They’re both ...


eurydike commented 3 months ago

Hot peppers at Terroni

by Tara9000 10 years ago

Does anyone know the brand name of the hot peppers served at Terroni? I love them and have bought jars before from th...

petek commented 3 months ago

Hot vs. Mild Chiles - how to tell?

by acesveryhigh 6 years ago

I have a recipe that calls for roasted green chiles, but doesn't specify what kind. Since I can't handle super spicy ...


Sandnman commented 4 months ago

Fresh hot peppers

by habman 9 years ago

Hi, Where can I buy fresh hot peppers (habanero, scotch bonnet, congo...) in montreal? I've been searching for som...


Anonymax commented 5 months ago

Hot vs. Hot -- Peppers vs. Horseradish

by PaulF 11 years ago

I love food cooked spicy with hot peppers. Check out my fantasy restaurant thread, btw. I don't have the highest t...

Scoffier commented 6 months ago

What is the acid or pH level of hot peppers?

by Caralien 8 years ago

I'm (again) considering canning or somehow preserving the hot pepper bounty I have. It appears that low-acid foo...


iyksusie commented 6 months ago

Chili advice needed re: peppers and tomato

by BuffaloWing91 7 months ago

Hey all, so I've been lurking for a while attempting to research all tips, secret ingredients, and techniques pertain...

tim irvine commented 7 months ago

Pasilla chile substitute?

by stockholm28 4 years ago

I have a recipe I want to make that calls for a Pasilla chile. From what I can tell on the internet search, it loo...


ruddersmoke commented 7 months ago

Chicken Scarpariello

by outRIAAge 9 months ago

I got addicted to this at long-gone Groceria in Cambridge, MA. It's an Italian dinosaur that really deserves resurrec...

JuniorBalloon commented 7 months ago

What the heck are vinegar peppers, and where can I get some?

by dknylic 10 years ago

Anyone catch Tony Soprano's sandwich order on Sunday night's episode? Cappicola, provolone, and vinegar peppers. My h...


MarisaLovesItalian commented 8 months ago

Pepper jelly

by JeannieB50 1 year ago

Sometimes my pepper jelly is too thin. Could it be from chopping peppers in FP? Or could it be from not boinging long...


Dogboa commented 8 months ago

Too hot (spicy) - pepper sauce with garden peppers

by sommom22 10 months ago

I bought a handful of what I thought were Italian long hot peppers. Recipes said just cook down in olive oil with so...


MikeG commented 10 months ago

What peppers can I use to tame chili for my toddler without killing the flavor profile?

by tmoney99 10 months ago

So my coworker gave me her recipe for Chili which is really really good. And while by definition mild for the rest of...


beevod commented 10 months ago

Are scotch bonnets and habanero really the same thing?

by adamclyde 12 years ago

I've read both - some say they are the same, some say they are different, but make good substitutes for eachother. I ...

Shrinkrap commented 10 months ago

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