Making the most of dried chilies: The heat is on

Lydecker, Toni
February 1998
FoodService Director;02/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p120
Trade Publication
Presents information on chili peppers in the United States. Information on the convenience of ground chilies; Details on flavor of whole chilies; How to use chilies; Methodology for storing chilies to keep flavor. INSET: What's hot, what's not.


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