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January 21 2007 Hot & Spicy Newsletter


Hi Hot & Spicy food lovers,

Here is the latest recipe for folks who enjoy foods with a little heat.

*Scallops With Spicy Peach Relish*
Scallops with spicy peach relish can be made quickly. The relish is loaded
with fresh peach and lime flavor.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art42379.asp

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Last week’s recipe

*Lamb Chops Recipe*
These garlicky and peppery lamb chops are prepared with a simple marinade.
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art13588.asp

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[H&S Hints]

*Store bought meatballs come in handy. The Swedish style meatballs are
quite versatile. These small meatballs are already cooked, though not
really browned. Of course, you can use them to make Swedish meatballs in
sauce. Or bring to a simmer in spaghetti sauce, but you can also spice
them up with barbecue sauce. Just brown the meatballs in a small amount of
vegetable oil, add red pepper flakes to your heat level, and then add your
favorite barbecue sauce along with some cold water to thin the sauce.
Simmer to a low boil and serve.

*Homemade iced tea or lemonade are always enjoyable with hot and spicy
foods, but can be hard to sweeten and you may have the gritty sugar dregs
on the bottom of the glass. Make your own sugar syrup and keep it in your
refrigerator, you will have an instant sweetener. Use 2 cups granulated
white sugar to 1-¾ cups of water. Boil in a large saucepan, stirring well.
Bring mixture to a boil continue stirring until sugar dissolves. Allow to
cool then pour into bottle or jar, refrigerate and use to sweeten drinks,
etc

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Don’t forget to stop by our Hot & Spicy foods forum. Say hello, pass on
hints, advice, or asks questions. Would love to see you there.
http://forums.bellaonline.com/postlist.php?Cat=0&Board=203

You are welcome to pass this newsletter and any recipe from the Hot &
Spicy site on to family and friends.

Vannie Ryanes, Hot & Spicy Editor
http://hotandspicy.bellaonline.com

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