Features articles, reviews, and recipes.
Recipes, pepper types, chili growing information, blog, and news.
Hot sauce reviews, spicy food news, and original videos about all things spicy.
Information on numerous spices from around the world. Includes botanical information along with origin and history. Also available in German.
Information on the origin of chilli peppers and other related information.
Weblog of all things pungent and peppery, with humor, photos, and recipes.
Hot sauce list including user reviews and ratings. Includes articles on hot peppers and spicy foods.
A Southern Foodways Alliance documentary project. Includes history of the tamale in the region, recipe with photographs, interviews, and news.
Hot sauce, barbecue, and fiery food reviews.
Annual event offers a wide variety of food, stage entertainment, children's activities, and contests. Offers sponsor and exhibitor's information, previous festival highlights, and vendor list.
Blog with spicy food news, videos, reviews, and festivals.
Includes list of commercial hot sauces, mailing list, several sauce recipes, and online newsletter.
Exploring the world of fiery food with Ken Alexander.
A collection of links, recipes, and other tidbits related to spice.
Features news, dates, location, schedule, and vendors.
A directory for pepper people; farmers and gardeners, food processors and home cooks. Everything from seeds to sauces.
Information on collecting, growing, eating, and preserving South American chile peppers.
Site describing the Sawtell Chilli festival and for registrations.
Blog about hot sauce, barbecue, and spicy food.
New Mexico State University site with information on varieties on chili, chili pungency, and links to sauce companies.
UK blog with chilli reviews, news, and recipes.
Spicy food, BBQ, and hot sauce podcast show.
Fiery foods discussion board, chatroom and marketplace for chili, peppers, and sauces.
Webring including sales of a wide selection of chile seeds, hot foods and related products, recipes, and pepper history.
Gives details on the history of spices and information about general usage.
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