Thai yellow curry paste

Thai Yellow Curry Paste

If you love the exotic taste of curry, bold fiery flavor, and a little DIY in the kitchen, then making your own Thai yellow curry paste is a total adventure worth taking. Sure, picking up a jar of this spicy mix may be simple enough at your local …

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Mexican Chocolate Pudding

Mexican Chocolate Pudding

It’s the simple things that sometimes bring the greatest joy. That’s how we feel about Mexican chocolate pudding. It’s so simple, yet it’s a sure smile maker. There are so many flavors here. Cinnamon is key for any Mexican chocolate pudding, providing that lovely warmth …

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How long do pepper seeds last

How Long Do Pepper Seeds Last?

Saving pepper seeds to grow new pepper plants is more than just a way to save money, it is sustainable and can teach you a lot about cultivating peppers. Peppers are one of the best plants for seed-saving because of the ease with which you …

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Mango habanero hot sauce

Mango Habanero Hot Sauce

If you like your hot sauce to have a little tropical flair, then there are few that deliver more than a mango habanero hot sauce. The extreme heat is a perfect match with tropical sweetness. And there’s even a slight hint of savory Indian cuisine …

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homemade yakiniku sauce

Homemade Yakiniku Sauce

If you like your barbecue sauces a little sweet, a little fiery, and a bit exotic, try crafting up a homemade yakiniku sauce. Yakiniku in Japanese simply means “grilled meat”, so really the sauce says exactly what it is: grilled meat sauce. It’s a perfect marinade …

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Cajun pickled eggs

Cajun Pickled Eggs

You’ll either love ’em or hate ’em. That’s the deal with pickled eggs, especially the spicy kind like these Cajun-styled gems. Tangy, slightly sweet, and fiery – with a healthy dose of brown sugar, Cajun seasoning, and cayenne pepper powder. These are eggs with an …

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Cayenne Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, And Pairings

The cayenne pepper is renowned in the kitchen for its fiery medium heat and versatility. This long, slim chili pepper from French Guiana typically measures between 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville Heat Units (SHU), making it significantly hotter than the average jalapeño. And while it has …

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Sweet and spicy bacon

Sweet And Spicy Bacon

It’ll satiate your sweet craving. It’ll fulfill your fix for fiery. Oh, and salty? It has that covered, too. That’s the beauty of sweet and spicy bacon  — it just hits the spot across all of your taste buds. It’s the type of extra-special breakfast side …

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