Articles Tagged “pepper”
Sweet corn is begging to be put into dessert. Here's how to make that happen.Read More »
Amanda faces the eternal lunchtime dilemma—salad or sandwich?—and comes away with a little bit of each.Read More »
Recently, we learned all about hot peppers. Today we turn to their mild-mannered cousin, the bell pepper. Crunchy when raw, meltingly sweet when roasted, bell peppers come in a rainbow of colors. And unlike other peppers, which vary in heat depending on factors ranging from their species to the weather, you'll never find a hot bell pepper: due to a recessive gene, they don't produce capsaicin, the chemical that causes spiciness.Read More »
It’s like clockwork: right around the time the leaves start to change color, we start seeking solace in our pantries.Read More »
It's a cross between summer and Meatless Monday in the twins' lunchboxes today -- although those apples are an omen of fall! We'll let Amanda explain:
There were still peppers and corn in the market so I decided it was time for a stew of them. That was the main course, just glistening sweet pepper stew. On the side, yogurt, and an apple. I figured they could get meat or fish at dinner.
What's in your lunchbox?Read More »
Add a little home-baked nostalgia to your next brown bag lunch with this wholesome take on a store-bought favorite.Read More »
To the uninitiated, spiciness is binary: just hot or mild. When you look closer, though, you'll find that "spicy" can encompass fruity, meaty, and citrusy flavors. Today we're looking at 9 spicy members of the plant family Capsicum -- hot peppers -- and how they differ from each other.Read More »
Gena Hamshaw of the blog Choosing Raw eats a mostly raw, vegan diet without losing time, money, or her sanity. Let her show you how to make "rabbit food" taste delicious and satisfying every other Thursday on FOOD52.
Today: Gena turns the traditional wrap on its head by putting the greens on the outside, with a recipe for Collard Wraps with Herbed Cashew Spread and Roast Peppers.Read More »
7 different peppers, or pepper-related spices, you should know.Read More »
Our ten favorite spices, and how we like to use them.Read More »