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capsaicin

[kap′sā·ə·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C18H27O3N A toxic material extracted from capsicum.
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A chemical in hot peppers and different ones in spider venom happen to activate the same pain sensors in cells.
It is said that a husband will judge his wife by the amount of hot peppers with which she prepares her food.
However, in the years from 1926 to 1929, he was responsible for some of the finest recordings of classic hot jazz ever made, using the band he called his Red Hot Peppers.
The "hair" is actually tamarind candy mixed with hot peppers.
He says hot peppers will help increase the flow of mucus, making it easier to cough it up and drain the sinus passages.
At the dinner table, Charleston Hot peppers are the main ingredient in Holy City Heat, a sauce made by Atlantis Coastal Foods, based in Charleston.
How about clams marinated with garlic an hot peppers .
A blend of vinegar, sweeteners, anchovies or sardines (vegetarians take note), salt, garlic, and hot peppers.
99, the wheat noodle dish also is garnished with onions, hot peppers, leek, ginger and hot pepper.
company imports, among other things, fresh plantains, sweet potatoes, hot peppers and June plums.
The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC announced it removed from sale Stop & Shop's Serrano, Anaheim, Red Cherry Hot and Finger Hot peppers sold in a variety case, due to potential Salmonella contamination.
To remove skins easily, place hot peppers in a clean plastic food bag and seal until cool enough to handle.