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Hot Off the Presses: What's So Hot About Chili Peppers?

Brendan Borrell has a PhD in biology and is currently a freelance writer.

Brendan Borrell on “What’s So Hot About Chili Peppers”

Chile Pepper Institute director Paul Bosland had so many chili pepper recipes that when asked for his favorite, he sent two.

Can You Handle the Heat of Chili Peppers?

Learn how to stuff a jalapeno pepper and to give your brownies a spicy kick with two recipes involving chili peppers

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A Taste of Geoduck

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Is Guinness Really Good for You?

St. Patrick’s Day is the one holiday when eating your greens can mean cupcakes, beer, even bacon

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A Brief History of the Potato

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A Week Without Groceries, Part II

A Week Without Groceries

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To Bean or Not to Bean

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Food as a Form of Protest

Food Blog Carnival: Eating on a Budget

A Feast for the Eyes, if not the Stomach

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Watch a Top Chef Cook Geoduck

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Lessons in School Lunch

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Where Our Food Comes From

Geoduck can be blanched, stir-fried or cooked up in chowder.

How to Cook a Geoduck

It not only doesn't taste like chicken, it's not even poultry. Learn how to cook a geoduck, a large clam

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Cooking the Tree of Life

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Beer Behemoths, Part Two

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Culinary Culture Shock

Sazerac cocktail at the Sazerac bar

Did New Orleans Invent the Cocktail?

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