A well-known West Indies folktale describes a Creole woman who loved the fragrant island pods so much that she decided to make a soup out of them.
Chiles lend themselves well to pickling or preserving in a brine or solution of vinegar and other seasonings.
One of the most commonly asked questions about Capsicum cultivation is, Can I save seed? The answer is yes, but of course there are qualifications to that statement.
When Kasaito graced us with its Jerk Seasoning Oil to review, I was a pretty happy camper. And I got happier after I tasted it.
Having transplanted your chile pepper plants into an actual garden, it’s time to think about the warmer months ahead.
Each year, we in the US celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas and tacos. It’s a lot like how we commemorate the death of St Patrick in March with corned beef, Lucky Charms, and Shamrock shakes.
Old BBQ ads, much like their booze and tobacco cousins, look different in the glasses of hindsight.