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Peppers Peppers Peppers: Jalapeno, chipotle, serrano, sweet bell, poblano and more - in a riot of color and flavor

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In more than 100 recipes, Peppers Peppers Peppers offers an eclectic mix of sweet and spicy with traditional and contemporary. A colorful celebration of the versatile pepper, Marlene Spieler's recipes are innovative and straightforward -- few have more than a handful of ingredients. From the fiery hot Thai chile pepper to the mildly sweet and familiar red bell pepper, this cookbook accommodates all tastes with recipes originating in North America, the Mediterranean, the Far East, India, the African continent, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe. Opening with a history of the pepper's "discovery" by Columbus and its subsequent introduction to European cooking , Peppers Peppers Peppers

144 pages, Paperback

Published September 1, 1999

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Marlena Spieler

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Marlena Spieler was an American food writer of more than 70 cookbooks.

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This book not only includes recipes but also the origins of the Pepper (fruit vegetable). Other sections describe the different types available, how they are grown as well as their preparation and preservation.
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