Spicy Halloween costumes usually mean stripperwear but letting your chile flag fly is also an option.
Dr BBQ’s pumpkin cheesecake here serves as a great alternative to pumpkin pie, bread, or the nasty wax mouth-hell we call “candy corn.”
Halloween is the best holiday of the year for people who like to cross-dress and beg…
Dave and Dr BBQ go way back. Don’t believe me? Go look up all the stories Ray Lampe packed into Fiery Foods Central, like Dr. BBQ’s Halloween Feast. That’s where I shamelessly pilfered discovered this recipe for spiced cider.
Harald Zoschke’s excellent article on candied chiles is another great way for preserving your little garden hotties and it makes them sweet to boot. Here’s the process he wrote up for us in Candied Capsicums. You can also check his original story for recipe inspiration.
There are many meat-based hot sauces in Africa, but also some distinctly vegetarian sauces such as this Ethiopian one at Fiery Foods Central. Sever this sauce over starchy dishes such as plantains, yams, or rice.
Ah, Halloween. What better way to bond with kids than overloading on sugar, dressing up in scary costumes, and dining on a pumpkin’s grey matter? Each year, we lobotomize countless Jack O’Lanterns, then roast the yummy seeds in the brain gunk, and feast on them. This pumpkin seed recipe, along with other sizzling holiday snacks, can be found in the article Sizzling Snacks for Holiday Entertaining by Dave DeWitt over at Fiery Foods & Barbecue Central.
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