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Chile Book, The Great

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Hot or mild, pungent or sweet, subtle or searing...the Chile's versatility and many facets make it one of the most important ingredients in many of cuisines of the world. THE GREAT CHILE BOOK, created by chef Mark Miller of Sante Fe's celebrated Coyote Cafe, is a guide to over 90 of the world's most popular chiles (divided into sections of fresh and dried)--from the common green bell pepper to the sweet, fiercely hot orange habanero and the exotic, smoky-flavored pasilla de Oaxaca.  Each page features a life-size color photo of a chile (or chiles), accompanied by a precise taste description and heat rating, and tips for preparation and cooking.  Historical anecdotes, tips for growing and using chiles, a directory of sources for hard-to-find varieties, nutritional and medicinal facts, and delicious recipes from the Coyote Cafe round out this essential source guide and kitchen reference.  

Contents:  The quest for the enchanting fire, Chiles: a brief survey, Fresh chiles, Dried chiles, Recipes, Sources.

Mark Miller, 1991, 156 p, color & color photos, soft.  $17.99

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