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Some Like it Hot: The History of Chili Peppers & Hot Sauce

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In this next episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, looks at the history of hot sauce and their key component, chili. It is a journey that takes us around the world from the Americas, Europe, West Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and back to the Americas. All as people search for something spicy to add to their diets. It’s an ingredient that tells us as much about cultural identity as taste.

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