Chili pepper

    Page 1 of 13 - About 126 Essays
  • Chili Peppers Essay

    Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. General information 3. History 4. Morphology 5. Active constituents 6. Therapeutic uses 7. Toxicity 8. Safety aspects 9. Side effects 10. Contraindication Introduction Early modern voyagers to America, including the Central America, parts of Peru, and Chile, found so many forms of peppers, amongst of them were the very hot ones. In Spain, the very hot peppers are usually called ‘chili’, the meaning is gotten from the country Chile, and in India they are normally called peppers. In the United States, certain many varieties of the hot peppers are normally called chili peppers. Most of the different varieties of pepper referred to as the chili peppers that belong to C. annuum L. However, some other varieties…

    Words: 1328 - Pages: 6
  • Too Much Water Affect How Many Plants Grow Essay

    if the plant would still grow even if those were uncommon things to use on plants.On the first batch of plants, we used Chilli pepper seeds.While waiting to see if our plants would grow,we started to see little to no sprouting from our plants.Although we had some that sprouted crooked and some with little to no growth we had to get rid of that batch. After an unsuccessful try we had re start all the way over with new containers and a batch of seeds. On the second try, Ms.Baron…

    Words: 1039 - Pages: 5
  • Preserving American Culture Research Paper

    Cultures and food somewhat will water down in the future, but will not be entirely lost. It is important to recognize someone culture and background. Understanding where their family came from and how socialization played a major factor in the history of their family. In addition, it allows us to realize that our own families came from diverse roots and heritages. Does not matter what cultures we came from or if we are citizens or immigrants. By preserving culture, we are exposed to…

    Words: 1029 - Pages: 5
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers Essay

    The signature sound of Red Hot Chili Peppers has generated long-standing radio staples during their long career in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame career. The known Flea bass sound, Anthony Kiedis rhythmic patter and Chad Smith’s funky beating the drum have create a unique sense that has served the band well, but with The Getaway, it seems that the Chili Peppers show that they have some new tricks up their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame sleeves. For their latest effort, the band collaborate with…

    Words: 504 - Pages: 3
  • Schole Pepper Spicy Research Papers

    Spiciness By Avery Weintraub I have always wondered why chile peppers are so spicy, and what best stops the burn. Interestingly enough, I found out that spicy is not actually a taste. I now know what makes food feel hot, and what stops the burn the best. Spiciness unlike sweetness, sourness, saltiness, bitterness, and umami is not a taste. It actually comes from a molecule in the spicy food called capsaicin. What happens when one eats a pepper is that the capsaicin in the pepper…

    Words: 947 - Pages: 4
  • Personal Narrative Restaurant Analysis

    grace. It was less than a minute before water, chips and salsa arrived at our table. This was followed by our server, Juan, who took our drink order and introduced us to some menu favorites. During our meal the manager stopped by our table to ensure we were satisfied with our service and meal. The restaurant was adequately staffed and made us feel that they all worked as a team never leaving us to want long for anything. I have been spoiled by traditional Mexican food as I have spent a lot of…

    Words: 801 - Pages: 4
  • Like Water For Chocolate Analysis

    From the start, Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel, is driven by food. The plot of each story is characterized and based upon the recipe of each specific chapter. Esquivel often combines magic realism with the traditional mexican dishes to twist the plot and reveal her themes throughout the story. The main character Tita is passionate about cooking and in turn, her own emotions often boil over into the food itself. This causes the food to take on magic realistic properties and effects…

    Words: 842 - Pages: 4
  • Analysis Of Californication By The Red Hot Chili Peppers

    California has always been the center of high class and glamorous lifestyles. Hollywood has a way of seeping into everyone's minds through one form or another. In the song Californication by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the band reveals many truths and observations about the California lifestyle. This song released in 1999, came at a pivotal time in the United States when the country was starting to shift to a more liberal and open-minded mindset. Anthony Kiedis and the rest of the Chili Peppers…

    Words: 1068 - Pages: 5
  • Benefits Of Chili Powder

    Chili Powder is composed of dried chili peppers, cumin, salt, oregano, and garlic powder. It has been used in food since 7500 B.C. Chili Powder is used for cooking, such as in Chinese, Thai, Indian, Korean, and Tex-Mex recipes. In cooking, it adds flavor, garnishing, and a sharp taste to foods (“Chili Powder”). Chili peppers are used as healing herbs, too (“History of Chili Powder”). Chili Powder can be used to clear nasal congestion, soothe throat infections, and relieve pain during muscle…

    Words: 665 - Pages: 3
  • Huy Fong Foods Case Study

    hot sauce. He started in 1980 by personally delivering his products throughout Los Angeles’ Chinatown (Hammond, 2013). Marketing: Product: Huy Fong Foods makes three products, Sriracha Sauce, Chili Garlic Sauce, and Sambal Oelek (Hammond, 2013). All these products use the same…

    Words: 751 - Pages: 4
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: