Chile Peppers: Hot Tips and Tasty Picks for Gardeners and Gourmets

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Beth Hanson
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1999 - Cooking - 111 pages
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A full-color, beginner-friendly book offering everything readers need to grow, harvest, preserve, and cook more than fifty kinds of chile peppers.

Growing chiles is surprisingly simple and allows gardeners to choose from dozens of varieties, from merely bold to absolutely blistering. In "Chile Peppers," readers will find:
-- A comprehensive encyclopedia of chiles
-- Heat-scale measurements
-- Regional, indoor/outdoor growing information
-- Tips for pest and disease prevention
-- Preservation instructions
-- Chile pepper recipes
-- Chile books, magazines, Web sites, and seed sources

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About the author (1999)

Hanson was the managing editor of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's 21st Century Gardening series, the editor of Easy Compost and Chile Peppers.

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