Peppers: a story of hot pursuits
experience the hottest pepper on earth (and the most extraordinary of pepper cuisines); and to Bolivia, to join a botanist in search of the mother pepper that started it all. Throughout this fascinating journey, intriguing questions persist: How did man first acquire a taste for a fruit that bites back with impunity? Why do some countries like their food searingly hot while a neighboring region disdains the pepper altogether? What is it that gives such satisfaction--the.
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Review: Peppers: A Story of Hot PursuitsUser Review - Sesana - Goodreads
I think the real problem here is that I'm not a big fan of chili peppers. I don't normally let this bother me when I'm picking out books on food. I don't drink gin, but I remember reading a book a few ... Read full review
Review: Peppers: A Story of Hot PursuitsUser Review - Joseph Gendron - Goodreads
This is a wonderful book. I learned so much about chiles and how they are used in different cultures. It makes me want to sample, eat and grow more of this intoxicating fruit. I'm glad I live in a chile growing region, Nuevo Mexico! Read full review