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The Chili Pepper

  • Anne Muxel
Part of the Europe in Transition: The Nyu European Studies Series book series (EIT)

Abstract

Chili peppers are a kind of herbaceous kitchen garden plant from the Solanace family. They are cultivated in hot climates and the fruit itself is small and long. They are usually red although some of them are green. They have a very strong flavor, are extremely hot, and burn the mouth and palate. When chili peppers are around, other flavors are drawn out and insipidness and boredom are banished.

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Chili Pepper Playful Dimension Family Dinner Hurt Feeling Strong Flavor 
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    Jean-Claude Kaufmann, Agacements : les petites guerres du couple (Paris: Armand Collin, 2007), p. 176.Google Scholar

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