Habaneros in the Market

Piri Piri Oil

Dave DeWitt Cooking with Chiles Leave a Comment

This interesting sauce is the Caribbean oil-based variation on the African sauce from Angola, which was transferred to the region by Portuguese immigrants working the cacao plantations in Trinidad and Guyana. Use it to spice up soups and fried fish. Pimento leaves are traditionally used in this recipe, but they are hard to find. Note: This recipe requires advance preparation.

Winter Shrimp Festival

Mark Masker In the Kitchen with Chile Peppers Leave a Comment

By Mike Stines, Barbecue Editor It’s winter, and time for comfort foods. Although casseroles and slow-cooked food are always a good choice, shrimp are very versatile and easy to prepare, making them ideal for a somewhat elegant dinner.   With this compilation, the globe is covered; from Asia for Chinese Stir-Fry Shrimp with Asparagus and Chile-Garlic Sauce to New Orleans …

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The Chile Cultivars of New Mexico State University Released from 1913 to 2007

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NMSU Research Report 763, November, 2008 By Danise Coon, Eric Votava, and Paul W. Bosland Photos by Paul W. Bosland, Dave DeWitt, and Harald Zoschke The New Mexican-type chile is an important ingredient in the Southwestern food industry. Chiles have grown from a regional food for tourists to an important international export. Improvement of New Mexican chile cultivars through breeding …

Infused Vinegars

Chile Vinegars and Oils

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  Recipes: Rosemary Chile Vinegar Oregano-Garlic Green Chile Vinegar Asian Chile Oil Sichuan Ginger Oil Piri Piri Oil By Dave DeWitt and Paul W. Bosland Excerpted from The Complete Chile Pepper Book Chile vinegars are a great way of utilizing some of the chiles that are left after drying, freezing, and pickling your crop. Use these flavored vinegars for marinades, …