The Chilli Pepper Encyclopedia

by Dave DeWitt

The Chilli Pepper Encyclopedia probably has the answer to almost any question that you could ever want to ask about chillies.

For example they answer which chiles are the hottest? From what country did the first chilli plants originate? Can chillies really be used to cure headaches?

Even the most devoted “chile-heads” will be satisfied.

The encyclopedia is researched and written by Dave Dewitt, one of the World’s foremost experts on hot and spicy foods.

In addition to entries on chile species, culture, terminology and agriculture, this encyclopedia includes over 100 fiery recipes from cuisines around the world.’

There are black and white drawings and photographs, charts and graphs that appear throughout, and there is an eight page insert includes color photographs of dozens of varieties of chiles, which will prove invaluable for identification.

The Chile Pepper Encyclopedia is an indispensable sourcebook for chile aficionados, gardeners, cooks, and anyone else who has a burning interest in fiery foods.

 

 

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Magnetic Notice Boards UK

with a Chilli design

The great folks at All Up And On have 2 versions of their magnetic chilli notice board on sale plus extra magnets for the third item.

These unique magnetic chilli notice boards provide a great focal point for whatever room you choose and are a functional part of your everyday life.

Each board comes with its own set of four powerful magnets themed to harmonise with the image. These come supplied with fittings and this notice board is easily installed with the easily.

 

Tags: chilli, Kitchen Accessories


Chilli, Cinnamon and Chocolate

This inexpensive, but delightful bar of chocolate is made in Switzerland. It is organic and fair-trade, 71% dark chocolate and has the superb combination of Cinnamon and Chilli

This is a deliciously decadent organic dark chocolate bar.

 

Chilli, Cinamon and Chocolate

 

Chilli Chocolate

 

 

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Purple Tiger Chilli Seeds

Chilli Seeds for Sale

The Purple Tiger chilli is one of our favourite types – we grow it every year. The seeds produce a very attractive looking plant which produce chillies that are almost tear drop shaped start green and then they turn purple and red.

This is a capsicum annum variety and is ideal as an ornamental plant, pot plant and thrives in sheltered areas. The foliage is tri coloured – green, purple and white.

We have partnered with Ebay to show you these live auctions in the following table. Obviously, we cannot guarantee that there will always be seeds available for your to buy, so this may appear blank at some junctures.

 

 

 

Tags: chilli, chilli seeds, Purple Tiger


Chilli Olives (Jamie Oliver)

Olives with a dash of Chilli

James Oliver is a well known British chef, nicknamed The Naked Chef.

He has his own range of food and here we present to you these olives. They are from South Italy – Siciliy – and have some unique flavours – hot chili, garlic, black pepper and premium quality extra virgin olive oil.

When you have finished these olives you can still use the beautiful jar for storing spices.

 

 

 

 

Tags: chilli, olives, Snacks


Fatalii Chilli Seeds

Fatalii Chilli Pepper Seeds

This Chilli is no mug and the Fatalii (Capsicum Chinese) packs a punch on the Scoville Heat Rating Scale of between 125,000 – 325,000. This chilli that originates in Central and Southern Africa.

These chillies have a flavour which is fruity and citrusy and it has a searing heat that is comparably hotter to the standard habanero. Fatalii is a distant Habañero relative (a kind of estranged brother) and the fruit matures to bright yellow and is long, wrinkled and tapers to a point – about 2 to 3 inches long.

The plants produce lots of peppers – they start producing early and finish late. The chillies start with a pale green and they mature to a bright yellow (there are red Fataliis around as well, but the yellow one is the “real deal”)

 

 

Tags: chilli, chilli seeds, Habanero


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