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A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce
Jan12

A Champion’s Kitchen: Ode to Hot Sauce

Super Bowl XLVIII is around the corner on February 2nd, 2014, and you will find hot sauce on tables around the globe! Any self-respecting foodie that’s tailgating on Super Bowl Sunday has to have hot sauce in abundance for this event… Hot sauce is a condiment of champions. It’s hot, spicy goodness spiked with flavor & high octane, goes perfectly in breakfast, lunch, dinner, as well as savory beverages. Whether...

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How to Bake Chiles Rellenos
Dec26

How to Bake Chiles Rellenos

Chiles Rellenos is a marvelous Mexican dish that’s great for dinner, but even better for breakfast! When I lived in California, I enjoyed this delicious treat with eggs for breakfast with my friends before we were off to work. They are so tasty – unforgettable! Chiles Rellenos originated in the city of Puebla, Mexico. How to Bake Chiles Rellenos: Type: Breakfast Recipe Serve with: cilantro & warm salsa Prep Time: 30 –...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder
Dec01

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder

The first thing that will hit you about Royal Command Ancho Chili Powder is that it’s a large container… That’s lots of spice to make things tasty in your kitchen! Although Ancho is a chili powder from the poblano chili, those of you who don’t enjoy spicy food need not worry. This chili powder is more like spiced. roasted raisins without a serious, hot kick. It’s more sweet & savory than anything with...

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A Celebration of Peppers: National Pepper Month
Nov01

A Celebration of Peppers: National Pepper Month

It is November, and National Pepper Month has finally arrived. We have written about peppers in our quest for various pepper dishes & found they are a most popular vegetable, included in many of the most familiar ethnic dishes. The terms pepper & chili are used interchangeably, both being vegetables. Amazingly full of vitamins, peppers are vibrantly colored, add texture, and sometimes heat to dishes. Store unwashed & in...

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Quick Pickling Facts & Guidelines: Pickled Peppers Week
Oct15

Quick Pickling Facts & Guidelines: Pickled Peppers Week

Pickled Peppers Week starts today, marking the 3rd week in October, and we’re talkin’ about perfect pickling. This requires a few pickling guidelines you should follow, but first, some quick pickling facts. Quick Pickling Facts: Most dill pickles, sauerkraut, olives & pickled peppers get their special flavors from undergoing fermentation. Liquor or spirits (alcoholic beverages), as with vinegar, keep food edible by...

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How to Pickle Hot Peppers: National Pickled Peppers Month
Oct01

How to Pickle Hot Peppers: National Pickled Peppers Month

National Pickled Peppers Month spices up our menus this October, and you too can Pickle Hot Peppers of your own. Although my recipe works well for red shepherd peppers, it works better for Hungarian banana & jalapeño peppers. It’s best to wear gloves if you’re working with hot peppers & scrub your hands thoroughly with soapy water before touching your face or body. How to Pickle Hot Peppers: Peter Piper picked a...

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Web Chef Review: Drogheria Organic Chili
Jul18

Web Chef Review: Drogheria Organic Chili

Do you like to Spice it Up? Are you an incessant sprinkler of red chili pepper flakes on your meals? Pizza, pasta, soups, marinades, rice…whatever! Yes, I am addicted to red chili flake addition. Drogheria Organic Chili provides you with all of what you want out of those typical flakes you can find floating around restaurants & pizzerias in your town too, and then some. With an intensity of flavor because of the fresh...

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Web Chef Review: Mutt Shop Products’ Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray
Jun06

Web Chef Review: Mutt Shop Products’ Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray

I’m not talking about food today, but a cool piece of kitchen equipment. Can you guess what it is?! It’s a Jalapeno Pepper Roasting Tray from Mutt Shop Products – aka: Jalapeno “Popper” Roasting Tray. The specialized, irregular shape of each opening that holds a jalapeno pepper each, does a marvelous job of grabbing those peppers with the jagged protrusions, provided your jalapenos are of the correct...

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How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video
May05

How to Bake Chili Cinnamon CheeCha Drop Cookies + Video

Happy Cinco de Mayo, firstly! You have found the BEST Cinco de Mayo recipe out there this year, hands down… These are probably my favorite cookies ever. They give you a spicy cinnamon flavor that rivals the best hot cinnamon hearts with the crunch of a cookie. They are easy to make, have exciting ingredients in them, they are ridiculously tasty, they are a great conversation piece, and are a killer midnight snack to boot. You...

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Web Chef Review: Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers
Feb24

Web Chef Review: Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers

I have a great cooking product for you today that will knock your socks off with flavor. These are Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers, and not only are they tasty, but you get a huge can of them. This allows you to get some really substantial recipes created out of them, not just use them for a garnish here and there. The reason I say this is because I know it. I’ve already made 2 great soups out of these, and had...

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Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder
Feb24

Web Chef Review: La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder

If you haven’t had the opportunity to try out smoked paprika powder, they are not all created alike. Some paprika has relatively no flavor, that you purchase from your grocer. Some is so spicy, you can hardly take it. If you’re looking for the perfect alternative for paprika, I suggest La Chinata Smoked Sweet Paprika Powder. Now, La Chinata paprika comes from Spain and there are 3 varieties: sweet, bitter sweet, and spicy....

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How to Cook Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet
Jan19

How to Cook Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet

If you don’t know how to make an omelet, it is one of the most versatile breakfast recipes there is because you can vary the ingredients so much! Today, I’m showing you all How to Cook a Mushroom, Green Pepper, Ham & Cheese Omelet. Shout out goes to my girls from Alpha Beta Pie – This show is an episode of “Cooking Like Alpha Beta Pie with Kimberly Edwards”. This is a great way to beat a hangover on...

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How to Cook Chickpea, Piquillo Pepper & Shredded Chicken Soup
Jan17

How to Cook Chickpea, Piquillo Pepper & Shredded Chicken Soup

 A flavor explosion is what you’ll get when you cook this soup at home in less than 20 minutes… …That’s right! 20 minutes…full of flavor and not a long list of ingredients. The video is an episode of “Qualifirst Cooking with Kimberly“. Be sure to Subscribe today! Today, I’m using these amazing Royal Command Fire Roasted Piquillo Peppers that bring this soup to a level of yumminess you...

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