Springtime is just around the corner, and fluffy, newborn animal babies are taking their first shaky steps. The last thing you’d want to do is eat one of them…right?
Dave DeWitt’s Chile Trivia is the newest book from the Pope of Peppers, coauthored by yours truly. It’s chock-full of interesting, fun factoids about chile peppers and spicy food.
If you’re a fellow foodie who loves exploring food history, colonial times, and historic recipes, Dave DeWitt’s book The Founding Foodies is a must-have for your culinary library. Here we share some tidbits from the book in honor of Presidents’ Day.
So long, bland, heavy, and salty. As demonstrated by these delicious and tongue-tingling Shabbat recipes, Natalie Portman isn’t the only hot Jewish dish!
Ah, nachos…you gotta love ’em, if only for the absurdity they inspire. The Ninety-nine Restaurant in Bellerica, Massachusetts just set a world record for a mess of nachos weighing 3,999 pounds. Not everything’s bigger in Texas.
By Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach The first outdoor cook to use chile peppers during a barbecue was Jaguar Claw, a somewhat hen-pecked paleo-Native American who lived in the Amazon Basin about 20,000 years ago. He had dispatched his prey with his spear, had butchered the world’s largest rodent with his new flint carving knife into chunks, and was contemplating …
With new superhot chiles emerging in what seems like every other month, the coveted title of “Hottest Chile” is up for grabs once again. But who is the best judge of a superhot, anyway? Chemical engineer and capsaicin expert Marlin Bensinger doesn’t think that the Guinness World Records people are qualified to make the call. Dave DeWitt hears him out …