Photo Juliana Goodwin  Feb. 23, 2017 www.baxterbulletin.com Shrimp with Sundried Tomato and Artichoke Stuffed Peppers   Serves 4 4 red or yellow bell peppers 1 pound of small deveined, peeled shrimp 2 tablespoons oil from sundried tomatoes (can substitute olive oil) 1 teaspoon garlic salt 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning 2 cups cooked white rice 4…

When I dip, you dip, we dip. I’m totally aging myself, but does anybody else recognize that song? Hahaha. I used to love that song and everytime I make a dip, I break out singing that song in my head and it’s actually become a fun little dance between my daughter and hubby and I.…

By William Kremer BBC World Service 5 October 2015 For thousands of years, humans have taken a masochistic pleasure from adding chilli to their food. Now research indicates that the spice that has undoubtedly made our lives more interesting may also make them longer. There is only one mammal that enthusiastically eats chillies. “Humans come…

Aaron Goldfarb, First We Feast Eating spicy foods is a bit of an art form, a delicate dance in the beauty of the burn. Or is tempting fate with chile-laced snacks more of an athletic feat—a bravura display of willpower, strength, and determination in tackling the heat? (Or just plain ignorance.) Maybe it’s an equal balance of both perspectives:…

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