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information below is still current even thought the site is not
The web site includes the Chile Gallery (over 70 pictures and
descriptions of various common and uncommon chile peppers), access to
the archive, and additional information including seed and hot sauce
sources, scientific and botanical information, restaurant reviews and
several pages on preserving chile peppers. The Chile-Heads Recipe
Collection is also on-line. The gardening section contains information
for both first-time and expert pepper gardeners.
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