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FRANK'S RedHot Xtra Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce won gold at the 2011 Great Taste Awards.
Wheat-Germ-Stuffed Tomato Salad (Makes 4 servings) 1 whole chicken breast, boned, skinned and diced 1 teaspoon corn-oil margarine 4 large, firm, ripe tomatoes 3/4 cup Kretschmer Regular Wheat Germ 1/3 cup green onion, chopped 1/3 cup green pepper, chopped 3/4 teaspoon dill weed 1/2 teaspoon thyme leaves, crushed 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Home gardeners will like this new variety because it doesn't take up as much space as other cayenne pepper varieties," says Dukes.
The wings featured one key ingredient C Frank's RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce.
Strange enough, stomach ulcers can be cured with cayenne pepper.
And so Nature's Sunshine was born, with a handful of family members packing the red cayenne pepper into capsules by hand, filling bottles and peddling the product to local stores.
Dusting a small amount of chilli powder - or cayenne pepper, Tabasco sauce or curry powder - over seed and suet mixes in feeders and on bird tables appears to have no effect on birds, but stops the squirrels helping themselves.
Chili peppers, cayenne pepper, and capsaicin supplements all work to help heal the stomach.
The cayenne pepper isn't harmful to plants, but the squirrels won't come near it.
Eating cayenne pepper with meals may mitigate a hormonal response that's linked to diabetes, a trial of two diets suggests.
A clinical nutrition trial at the University of Tasmania in Australia suggested that eating meals that contain cayenne pepper may lessen a hormonal response that is linked to diabetes.
Add a few drops of lemon juice and season with salt and cayenne pepper.