She still dehydrates red chiles in the traditional manner of placing them on the room of her shop so they will dry quickly in New Mexico’s warm sun.
Today on the Burn! Blog guest author Sara Lancaster of The Condiment Marketing Co. shares her thoughts on the website mistakes many fiery food brands make. Don’t worry. It’s not all bad news. She gives solutions too.
Sparky Odyssey and her spicy new do.
The Scoville Brothers are actually not Karen and Doug Scoville, they’re Karen and Doug Lins, but don’t tell anyone. And there’s more brothers in the group, namely Doug’s brothers, Chris, Doug, and Merle, who play various instruments. Some of the songs on this CD are hilarious, namely “Hey Wilbur,” a version of “Ring of Fire,” which has Doug trying to …
Instead of going the lazy route (put it on Facebook with a funny caption, clap self on back, grab a soda–you know, my usual), I thought, “If the Germans have crazy chile cars roaming the streets, there have to be some Stateside.” A little hunting later, I confirmed that theory. This gallery is pretty small right now, but I’m hoping you folks will send in your own shots of other chilemobiles you’ve encountered on your own so we can expand it.
Matt Yohalem, chef and owner of Il Piatto Italian Farmhouse Kitchen in Santa Fe, likes food porn. In fact he revels in it in his new article on the Fiery Foods & Barbecue SuperSite, “In Defense of Food Porn.” He writes:”Make no mistake, the masters of the culinary world resent both of the terms “molecular gastronomy” and “food porn” because …
I found this Honest Cinqo De Mayo graphic at happyplace.com, one of my favorite humor websites. Enjoy!