Tag Archives: Dave DeWitt

Garden Bounty: 3 Spicy and Chilled Summer Soups We Love

pan of sauceI guess I don’t need to tell you that these soups are refreshing to serve during hot summer days and you don’t need to turn on the stove. But I do need to tell you that fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden or farmer’s market make the most flavorful soups, and also that your food processor and/or blender will get quite a workout. Continue reading
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5 Great Articles for Fledgling Barbecue Smokers

primerOver the years Dave DeWitt has collected more hot and spicy stories than a Las Vegas escort service. That's part of being the Pope of Peppers-- you don't get to wear the name without learning a ton about chile peppers, capsaicin, and, in this case, smoke cooking. Although a lot of Dave's knowledge makes it into his books, there's great advice to be had at the Fiery Foods & Barbecue Super Site. Here are just five of the ones good for anyone new (or intermediate) to the sweet art of smoke. Continue reading
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3 Great Salsa and Hot Sauce How-to Articles

dewitt_sauceWhy wouldn't you try making your own salsa or hot sauce? Our cousin, the Fiery Foods and Barbecue SuperSite, has all kinds of useful information on smoke, spice, and heat. Here are three articles from it to get you started cranking out your own custom fire. Continue reading
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Tropic Thunder: Hurricane Dave Hits the Sandia Resort

leadOkay, there wasn't actually a hurricane at this year's National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show in Albuquerque. We had wind and rain with a healthy dash of chaos to really set off the event, though. There just wasn't any of the downside you get in an actual tropical storm. Continue reading
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