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Ghost Chili Pepper - An Introduction (or WARNING)
Ghost Chili Pepper – An Introduction (or WARNING)

The Ghost Chili Pepper (also known as Bhut Jolokia or Naga Jolokia) is one of the world’s hottest chili peppers. Watch out for this one! An HPLC analysis has tested the ghost chili at 1,041,427 Scoville heat units!!! Probably too hot to eat alone, a little bit will instantly heat up any sauce or mix you’re […]



Saigon Cinnamon Ice Cream
Saigon Cinnamon Ice Cream

With Summer now upon us, what better time to make some home made ice cream.  This recipe is sure to cool you down on a hot summers day.  Using our freshest Saigon Cinnamon, whipping cream, milk, sugar and some other ingredients you will not be let down.  Click on the link below to get a […]



National Soup Month
National Soup Month

Perhaps it is the colder weather that brings National Soup Month to us in January.  A little history on soup.  Soup has been traced back as far as 6000 B.C., notably it seems that Hippopotamus was the first known meat used for soups.  We know the early Greeks sold soup in their market places and […]



Tips For Cooking A Turkey
Tips For Cooking A Turkey

There is no right or wrong way of cooking a Turkey for thanksgiving it all comes down to personal taste. Here are a few tips for each method: Brining: brining helps to keep the turkey juicy and works best if the method of cooking is roasting or grilling. In essence its a salt water bath […]



Spicy Tomato Rice
Spicy Tomato Rice

The following recipe comes from Chow and Chatter its a simple way to Jazz up Rice. Ingredients: One cup of cooked rice one small onion chopped 3 cloves of chopped garlic about 1/4 cup chopped fresh or dried  mint one tablespoon masala powder one teaspoon garam masala powder salt to taste one cup frozen mixed […]



Chilly Pepper Poem
Chilly Pepper Poem

The following fun and creative chili pepper poem comes from Just for Licks: Rocotillo in Peru, With roasted meat is good to chew. Chile Peppers, hot cha cha, Careful when you eat them raw. Heat in units called Scoville, So the opposite of chill! Habaneros top the list, Heat so hot you’ll need a mist. […]