Hot Peppers Bring Tingle to Recipes [Recipes Included]

Food & Dining> The Gastronomer from The WashingthonPost.com
The capsaicin in hot peppers induces physical pain in the form of a burning sensation on the tongue and enhances the perception of flavors. Maybe that's why this food has conquered the world like few others. ...
... Even people who are otherwise gastronomically conservative will eat chili-pepper-spiked food as if it were the most natural thing in the world. Perhaps it is. Chilis, native to the Americas, have conquered the world in a way few other foods have. Five centuries after Columbus sampled a fiery-hot pepper on his first visit in 1492, ...
Full Story: The Pleasure Is in the Pain; By Andreas Viestad




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