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Pepper Zoo

New Mexico Hatch chilis, jalapeños, Anaheim, the list goes on forever. Few foods evoke as much love and emotion as peppers. Love 'em? We do! Roll up your sleeves and join the Pepper Zoo. Smile!

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Latest Activity: Dec 11, 2010

About the Pepper Zoo

Ted and Ron admire Purple Peppers - photo by Mike Levin

Did you know peppers are one of the oldest foods cultivated by humans? How does 6,000 years old sound? New Mexico University has a Chile Pepper Institute. Just read a few casual recipes and the loving comments. You'll get the idea. Soon, you'll be craving food made with peppers.

Join us here at the Pepper Zoo. We'll share secrets about growing peppers. You'll have an audience for your treasured family recipes. Always wonder how to store those peppers so you have 'em all winter long? You'll find out here. At the Zoobird Pepper Zoo!

Keep an eye on the reading list for pepper related links. Discussions are the place to share tips and recipes. Add a comment if you just want to shout out. And, don't forget to have the most fun by inviting your friends.

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Comment by Michael Levin on August 10, 2009 at 9:55am

Green Chilis at a grocer in Ft Stockton, TX (photo by Mike Levin)
Comment by Michael Levin on August 10, 2009 at 8:54am

(Chilis in Amalfi, Italy - photo by Michael Levin)

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