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Patty and I decided on a relaxing night in last Saturday. No real plans for the weekend, just hanging out with a glass of wine and plenty of time to play in the kitchen. I had just received a package from Volcanic Peppers. Three different seasonings – Volcano Dust 3, Spicy Chili Powder, and a Hot Italian Blend. Talk about perfect timing. Continue reading
When we were in Italy last year, we ordered carbonara as often as we could. The perfect combination of pasta, eggs, Parmesan cheese, pancetta and pepper, it always satisfies, especially with a dash of fresh Italian olive oil. I’ve made … Continue reading
I love jalapeno poppers. Did you know this? I love jalapeno poppers so much that I’ve written an entire cookbook dedicated to them and other stuff chili peppers, aptly titled “Jalapeno Poppers and Other Chili Peppers”. While working in the … Continue reading
During our Mediterranean trip, we visited Barcelona, Spain. It is such a gorgeous city filled with impressive culture, architecture, and especially food. One particular flavor we encountered has become a new favorite – Romesco Sauce. Romesco sauce is a multi-purpose sauce used on any number of dishes. It is a bit like a traditional pesto, but made with toasted almonds, chili peppers, tomato, red wine vinegar, olive oil, crusty bread and other seasonings. Continue reading
This is a continuation of our collection of posts from Topsail Island, North Carolina. What a great trip! We mentioned finding a wonderful roadside seafood stand with fresh seafood available, caught fresh from the ocean. While there were a number of restaurants available to choose from with seafood on the menu, we couldn’t resist buying our own fresh seafood and making our own meal. After spending time on the beach and after all the travel, the first night we wanted something simple, and to me, simple is Shrimp Tacos.
Jalapeno Miss and I were having a bit of fun in the kitchen with our new pasta maker and decided to see what happens when we incorporate a healthy dose of chili powder into a basic homemade pasta recipe. The results were rather fun. You won’t get a massive burst of heat or flavor addition to the actual pasta from the chili powder, but what you do get is a wonderful red color to the pasta that goes great with a silky sauce like carbonara or Alfredo, or maybe even simple olive oil. When you’re looking for a fun and interesting presentation, this might be an option for you.
“Scampi” means “prawn” in Italian. That seems odd, as the word has come to be synonymous with the butter sauce. Regardless, it’s darned delicious. In the Madness household, however, we prefer our meals to be spicy and we love to incorporate chili peppers as often as we can. Two of our favorite ways include introducing roasted jalapeno peppers or the fiery habanero.