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Bringing the Heat: Hot Sauce, Hot Dogs and Record-High Temperatures

From hot sauce to hot temperatures, we’re bringing the heat this week. We talk about premium peppers from China’s Sichuan province and visit a Bay Area tea shop to see what we can learn a...

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A Smoked Chile Tutorial

Today Zarela & Aarón welcome Dona Abramson, long-time Operations Manager  at Kalustyuns in Manhattan, to talk about Smoked Chiles.

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The Chile Pepper in China

Chile peppers did not appear in China until the late 16th century when they were introduced from the Americas.

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The Food of Sichuan

Sichuan food has long been known for its heat and spice, but the fragrant flavors and sophistication that it holds throughout China was little known abroad.

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Arizona is going dry

Arizona is a high producing agricultural state despite its desert conditions, and it relies obviously on water from far away. Trouble is, it competes with other states for that same water...

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It's Getting Hot In Here!

Adam and MAR talk about how heat damages wine and how to store wine at home while drinking a Meinklang Zweigelt. They hold the Dan Harmon discussion until the end. If you don’t hate us, m...

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Ali Bouzari: Chef, Biochemist, And Author Of 'Ingredient'

Can the world of food and cuisine be broken down into just eight ingredients? That's the argument made by Ali Bouzari, who joins host Shari Bayer, in his latest book.

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INGREDIENT by Ali Bouzari

On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we distinguish the difference between the modes and mediums of ingredients with food scientist 

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The Heat

So hot right now  

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Keepin' It Steamy, Brewin' In The Heat

This week on Fuhmentaboudit, Mary Izett brings us more clips from Homebrew Con in Baltimore. Topics include how to brew beer in the middle of a heat wave, banana-flavored disasters, and g...