Chili peppers bring flare to the typical garden and on the plate. It brings a spectacular addition of flash and color to the garden and heat to the palette. This guidebook, Chili Peppers, looks at the abundant species of chili peppers. Descriptions of the illustrious history of the chili pepper swept like a heat wave worldwide by the Portuguese Empire and took root in the local cuisines. Chili Peppers ranks the common species of chili peppers and their packing heat into three sections – sweet, medium, and hot peppers and their distinctive tastes.
You can buy chili peppers in the market no problem, but there is nothing more satisfying than cooking with something lovingly home-grown.
Chili Peppers advises gardeners to look at their gardens and evaluate the soil, water, and mulch to efficiently plant peppers that will thrive in their garden as well as giving good advice on tending to them against diseases and ‘unwanted guests.’ Handling peppers is a heated business (literally). Precautions must be made when chopping, cooking, and eating them. Chili Peppers recommends the best measures to take when cooking and consuming chili peppers (especially if you’ve been brave!) After the fruits of your labor are ready for harvesting, Chili Peppers provides several tips and tricks to store your chili peppers for full packing flavor.