CHILI


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chili

[′chil·ē]
(meteorology)
A warm, dry, descending wind in Tunisia, resembling the sirocco; in southern Algeria it is called chichili.

CHILI

(language)
D.L. Abt. A language for systems programming, based on ALGOL 60 with extensions for structures and type declarations.

["CHILI, An Algorithmic Language for Systems Programming", CHI-1014, Chi Corp, Sep 1975]
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Chili intake included both fresh and dried chili peppers but not sweet capsicum or black pepper, explained Ming Li of the University of Southern Australia, an author of the study.
At the end of the study, they found that the participants who ate more than 50 grams of chili a day experienced faster cognitive decline.
Don't forget to pick up a handmade raspberry chili praline or chili caramel truffle or even a fresh chili and cheese Croissant or chili paprika bread.
Money raised through $1 donations for chili samples go toward Columbia youth charities Happy Wheels and Venture Crew.
The DAO said that the farmers are motivated due to the facilities being provided by the government such as imported hybrid chili seed.
The "burning sensation" you feel when you eat a chili is due to capsaicin, an odorless, colorless chemical compound.
The chili festival in Isabela is the first of many chili festivals to be held in Mindanao and Metro Manila 'as we attempt to be the hot sauce center in the world,' he said.
The chili pepper crops are ripening within 60-80 days.
Temptee is actively recruiting Johnson Chili distribution partners, retailers and restauranteurs nationwide to further build its distribution network while they expand their consumer marketing presence.
But how does store-bought chili stack up nutritionally?
It's not surprising that chili peppers can trace their history to Central and South America, regions whose cuisines are renowned for their hot and spicy flavors.
Click through to see photos of the winning credit union chili teams.