Aging is a complex process. Why do some people age well and others seem to grow old before their time? Many different elements contribute to how successfully we weather the advancing years, including thigs that took place while we were still in the womb. Aging, in essence, results from the accumulated effects of countless tiny changes, many of them epigenetic, that occur over the years. The good news is that science is now showing us that positive lifestyle modifications can slow down this process.
If you are longing for some chile heat, these spicy chicken wings from The Chile Pepper Bible are just the thing
This is my version of chicken cooked with Basque ham (either Bayonne or serrano) and plenty of peppers. It appears in my book The Chile Pepper Bible. I love the […]
This is an updated version of classic French pots de crème. You won’t taste the chile, but it adds appealing depth to the flavor of the chocolate. Served with a big […]
This dip is a perennial hit…and a perfect dish to serve at a Super Bowl get-together. I served it at a birthday party for my daughter a few years […]
If you are looking for a pre-dinner nibbly that is delicious, nutritious and delightfully different, look no further than this Greek inspired meze.
This is the kind of chili I grew up eating. Made with ground beef, red kidney beans and tomatoes, it is easy-to-make and oh-so-yummy.