Gives a nice little undercurrent of flavour and can help educate (sucker) the
novices into eating much hotter chilli than they think they can handle, I tell
them that they know if a chilli is not to hot if they can still taste the
underlying flavours, this helps to alleviate the chilli compromise i.e. not as
hot as I like in order to keep it on the menu for future consumption, allowing
for more chilli dinners !!!!
"John P. Looney" wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 10:59:40AM +0000, Brendan J. Farrell mentioned:
> > Cinnamon, where's the cinnamon, you gotta have some cinnamon !!!!
>> It's a chilli, not a hot cross bun. Hmm. Worth thinking about.
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