Looking for Trinidad Scorpion “Butch T” seeds? Refining Fire Chiles has one of the most extensive offerings of hot chile plants and seeds anywhere on the web.
Is a holiday real just because you can find it on Wikipedia? When bacon’s concerned, who really cares whether or not International Bacon Day truly was conceived by a bunch of (presumably) drunk undergrads in 2004 at CU Boulder in Colorado? Most people will agree that it’s a fantastic excuse for an orgy of bacon consumption.
Whether you’re a vegetarian, a meat lover, crave fresh seafood, or are looking for a special way to grill up some wild game, the perfect recipe is waiting for you in Rick Browne’s newest book, “The Ultimate Guide to Grilling.”
Scholars blame opposable thumbs, upright stance, and tool use for how we hairless apes conquered the Earth but there’s another reason that trumps the others. Humans eat everything that doesn’t eat them first.
I do believe the East Coast could use a stiff drink right about now. Just days ago, an earthquake rattled New York’s cage, and now a hurricane is bearing down. What next??
OK you chileheads, jump on your bikes and head over to Austin Texas for the 21st annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Festival, happening this Sunday!
In the 21 years since its inception, what started as a friendly contest between Austin and San Antonio has become one of the largest annual contests in the world,
Q: What do you think about cooking on a salt slab and what would you use one for?
A: Salt slab cooking has become the latest “trendy” way to cook food… similar to the way plank cooking and “stone grill” cooking was a few years ago. The concept is simple: you preheat a block of Himalayan salt to a screaming high temperature on your grill, oven or stovetop and cook whatever you like. During cooking, the food picks up salt from the block so you don’t need to salt your food before cooking.