Peppers Peppers Peppers: Jalapeno, Chipotle, Serrano, Sweet Bell, Poblano And More - In A Riot Of Color And Flavor

Peppers Peppers Peppers: Jalapeno, Chipotle, Serrano, Sweet Bell, Poblano And More - In A Riot Of Color And Flavor

by Marlena Spieler, Marlena Speiler
     
 

A cookbook featuring more than 100 recipes using all types of peppers from cusines around the world.
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A cookbook featuring more than 100 recipes using all types of peppers from cusines around the world.

Editorial Reviews

Pleasanton Valley Times - Paul Brown
I love this cookbook so much that I feel like this book was written for me. I am a chile fanatic. I grow, cook, smoke, and eat all forms of chile.
San Diego Union Tribune
Your brother-in-law who scarfs habaneros whole and splashes hot sauce even on his ice cream would love this book. But so might your delicate friend who picks the jalapeno slices off her nachos. Marlena Spieler's exploration of the versatility of chilies includes many mild dishes; she showcases sweet bell peppers as much as their more incendiary cousins ... There's plenty in this lively paperback to interest even those who can't stand the heat.
Vancouver Province
If you want to inject more of these high-vitamin vegetables into the diet, this is the book for you.
Marlene Spieler
Your brother-in-law who scarfs habaneros whole and splashes hot sauce even on his ice cream would love this book. But so might your delicate friend who picks the jalapeno slices off her nachos. Marlena Spieler's exploration of the versatility of chilies includes many mild dishes; she showcases sweet bell peppers as much as their more incendiary cousins.
San Diego Union Tribune, December 1, 1999
The Vancouver Province
If you want to inject more of these high-vitamin vegetables into the diet, this is the book for you.
Feburary 16, 2000
Library Journal
Lavishly illustrated with color photographs, this attractive book presents an international collection of recipes featuring peppers both hot and not. Introductory sections provide historical and botanical background, tips on buying, preparing, and storing peppers, and other useful information; recipes include "heat ratings"--though these seem to be somewhat inconsistent--along with prep and cooking times. Dave Dewitt's books (e.g., The Whole Chile Pepper Book), a minilibrary in themselves, are the standards on hot peppers, but they don't deal with sweet peppers, and most larger libraries could add Spieler's newest title. Copyright 1999 Cahners Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552093191
Publisher:
Firefly Books, Limited
Publication date:
09/01/1999
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.43(d)

Meet the Author

Marlena Spieler is a respected and well-known food writer and broadcaster based in London and San Francisco. She has written for newspapers such as The San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian and The Observer, and magazines such as Bon Appetit and Taste. She is the author of The Art of Mediterranean Vegetarian Cookery, The Classic Book of Barbecue and Grilling, Islands in the Sun, Flavors of California, Mexican Main Dishes and Mexican Snacks.

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