Blog Posts - Hot Peppers



HOW TO PRESERVE CHILI PEPPERS: DRIED CHILI PEPPERS AND CHILI INFUSED OLIVE OIL

Hot pepper is a staple in Abruzzo cuisine, dried or infused in oil, the hot pepper is a flavorful and healthy  finishing  touch for sautéed vegetables , soups, but also pasta and stews. It is the hot peppers  season and  our garden has plenty  ...
by www.recipeswitholiveoil on Sep 4, 2015

HOW TO PRESERVE CHILI PEPPERS: DRIED CHILI PEPPERS AND CHILI INFUSED OLIVE OIL

Hot pepper is a staple in Abruzzo cuisine, dried or infused in oil, the hot pepper is a flavorful and healthy  finishing  touch for sautéed vegetables , soups, but also pasta and stews. It is the hot peppers  season and  our garden has plenty  ...
by www.recipeswitholiveoil on Sep 4, 2015

Crispy Coconut-Chicken Tenders with Chile-Yogurt Dip

Flaky, mild coconut dresses up these simple chicken tenders with both great texture and flavor. No frying, or even oil, is needed—the crunchy coating bakes up in a hot oven for a lighter, leaner dish. Note: Markets with bulk-food sections often sel...
by The Briny Lemon on Jan 29, 2015

Hall of Famer Pizza at Santarpio's (East Boston, MA)

Established in 1903 (over 111 years ago!). Inducted to the Boston Hall of Fame. Voted Best of Boston at least 9 times. Who else can claim all of those but Santarpio's Pizza? While East Boston remains relatively undeveloped, this is one of the rea...
by Gourmet Pigs on Dec 4, 2014

Curry – You Can Grow That!

It was about 3 years ago that I brought home a curry plant from the local nursery. My husband giggled “You can’t grow curry.” he said, “Curry is a combination of herbs and spices.” Of course it turned out he was right; a...
by Gardening Jones on Apr 4, 2014

Delicious Beef Stew

As the cold continues to increase this winter, nothing hits the spot better then something warm and rich like a stew. I remember growing up and getting home from school on a cold winter day and was always excited when my family had a stew cooking on...
by The Bachelor's Cookhouse on Jan 5, 2014

Classic Bacon and Egg Sandwich

Waking up has its perks even though some of us would like to stay in bed, but the smell of a good breakfast always seems to perk me up in the morning. We always seem to not have the time to make ourselves a tasty breakfast but this quick classic sand...
by The Bachelor's Cookhouse on Jan 1, 2014

BLOOD & GUTS MARTINI - #4 of 31 Halloween Cocktails

GET THE BLOOD & GUTS HALLOWEEN MARTINI RECIPE HERE 31 Days of Halloween Cocktails Get all these cocktails in The Martini Diva's HALLOWEEN MARTINIS & MUNCHIES BOOK Tweet Follow me on Twitter as PopArtDiva Follow me on Twitter as...
by The MARTINI DIVA™ on Oct 4, 2013

Acne: Natural Hot Pepper Face Wash May Cure Acne

Nearly 60 million Americans experience bouts of acne, and more than 20 million of them end up with acne which may cause scarring. There are many remedies for acne and Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on May 3, 2013

How to grow peppers in containers

How to grow peppers in containers. Seeds, fertilizing, watering, mulching for hot and bell peppers. ...
by How To Garden Video on Apr 5, 2013

Yedi İyi Diyet Gıdalar

Diyet için en iyi gıdalar   Eğer kilo vermek bir kilo kaybı planı olmak zorunda değilsiniz.  daha fazla yağ yakmak istiyorsanız , ancak kısıtlamalar, kalori sayma veya yüksek fiyatlı ama düşük lezzet paketlenmiş gıda istemiyo...

Preserving Garden Produce

Hot Peppers from my garden! Many people believe they are doing the right thing when they put up all their produce in the freezer every year. Mention canning, and I can see their eyes rolling into the back of their heads! "Too much work," they say. W...
by Homesteading On The Internet on Sep 14, 2012

Beryl Cook and the Bums of Gölcuk

I have just read the latest post by Annie @ Back to Bodrum which includes the following; ‘Big bottoms in baggy trousers are bent over their fields planting pepper seedlings.’ By coincidence, J and I were on a walk around the lake here at...
by Archers of Okcular on May 16, 2012

How to Prevent Fusarium Wilt on Tomatoes

Last season nearly every local gardener I know had tomatoes die from Fusarium wilt. We lost a large percentage of our crop to it (although with 80 tomato plants, we still had plenty to harvest). Photo Caption: Peppers, eggplants, and potatoes are als...
by Appalachian Feet on Feb 13, 2012


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