Make your own delicious Sweet Thai Chili Sauce at home with this super simple recipe that’s FODMAP friendly and naturally gluten free!
Ready in just 15 minutes, this easy Queso Dip is a delicious, melty mess of cheddar and jack cheese, roasted tomatoes, and spicy jalapenos. Perfect for game days, movie nights, and any time you need an excuse to party!
From award- winning chef and culinary historian Maricel E. Presilla, Peppers of the Americas is a comprehensive guide to an ingredient beloved the world over. Read on for a full review of this beautiful study of the pepper!
Full of flavor and lovely to look at, this delicious Coconut & Pineapple Fried Rice will add a touch of style to your Caribbean-inspired dinner table! Served in a pineapple, it’s sure to impress your friends and family.
Filled with Indian flavors, sliced bell pepper, fresh plum tomatoes, healthy spinach and sunny little eggs, this South Asian Spiced Shakshuka is the perfect vegetarian option for a lovely brunch!
A recipe for hot and spicy Salsa Ranchera Sauce, featuring freshly roasted plum tomatoes and serrano chiles – a great addition to tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and more. Best of all, the recipe is FODMAP friendly, Gluten-Free, and easily Vegetarian too!
Guys. Do you know what day it is? IT’S NATIONAL MARGARITA DAY! In celebration, I want to share this Spicy Jalapeno Pineapple Margarita recipe with you. It’s hard to explain why this is so exciting to me. Margaritas are a bit of a big deal in our household. The perfect margarita is both sweet and sour, balanced beautifully with a rim of crunchy salt. You can just taste the tequila on the tip of your tongue and the back of your throat – the flavor as well as the burn. One should never quite be enough. We don’t make them […]
Today I’m sharing one of my absolute favorite canning recipes, and the first preserving technique I’ve yet to post to the blog. If you like sweet and spicy heat, Candied Jalapeno Slices are deliciously addictive and this is the post for you! I started canning about a year and a half ago. Before that, I’d always assumed preserving would cost a lot to get into, both in equipment and produce. After a quick look online though, I found out I could get a starter kit (like this one or this one) on Amazon for around $10, and that my stockpot […]