Tip: Handling Hot Peppers

Posted by Hallee on Sep 9, 2011 in Hallee's Galley, kitchen & cooking tips

Hot peppers contain an nutrient in them called capsicum. Capsicum is what creates the burning sensation in your mouth when you eat something that’s made with hot peppers. It can also burn your skin. When you pick peppers with your bare hands, the capsicum can get on your skin and burn. If you touch your eyes or your mouth with the capsicum on your skin, you can actually get burns that need to be treated medically.


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Non-Refried “Refried” Beans Black & Pinto Bean Dip

Posted by Hallee on Nov 17, 2009 in Christian Faith, Hallee's Galley, Holiday fare, Mexican, Recipes, sides, Snacks, starters

Flavorful, friendly refried bean dip seasoned with garlic, peppers, and cumin. You make these in your slow-cooker so they are healthy and delicious.

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