Focus on Spices & Chile

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  • Ron Lunde's Herbs & Spices - A large collection of information on herbs & spices, with recipes, books, and tips on growing your own garden.
  • Spice Alphabet: names of spices in lots of other languages.
  • Indiana Center for New Crops & Plant Products: a very extensive list of herbs, spices and foods.
  • Herbal Resources, Inc: herb q&a, herbs for sale, seeds, books, and more.
  • A list of Herb & Spice Societies
  • Frontier Herbs: LOTS of info about herbs & spices: how to care for, grow, and use. (sells herbs, but as far as I can tell, only via a printed catalog)
  • FAQ about Spices
  • Erma's Herbs: learn about the medicinal properties of herbs
  • Herbal News
  • Algy's Herb Page
  • The Herb Research Foundation
  • University of Washington's Herb Garden (lots of pics!)
  • Edible Flowers
  • Herbs 'n' Such (herb info)
  • The Herb, Spice, and Medicinal Plant Digest (regular magazine, some info about it here)

  • Spice Books
  • Richter's Herbs Specialists: 700 species of herb seeds! Lots of books too.
  • RedWood City Seed Company (pepper, herb & veggie seeds, books, interesting plants, etc)
  • Chile Pepper Magazine and Chilegod, its search facility
  • Pepper Hotness Scale
  • Chile pepper hotness scale (unofficial)
  • Some chile factoids and tidbits
  • All About Chiles (pics, health, remedies for the bite)
  • Chile-Heads Home Page (photos, recipes, restaurants, hotness, catalogs, and all kinds of other stuff)
  • The Chile Gallery: images of chile peppers, and heat ratings.
  • Seeds of Change; a store specializing in chile & pepper seeds
    Growing, Harvesting and Preserving Chiles
    The Botany of Chile Peppers
  • Sizzling Hot Peppers (article by Time Life)
  • FireGirl
  • =Marks Hot~Links focusing on hot and spicy

    Mirasol Chile Pepper

  • Stores

  • Specific Spices
  • The Chemistry of Jamaican Pimento (Allspice), along with its history & uses.
  • Indiana Center for New Crops & Plant Products: a very extensive list of herbs, spices and foods. Their search engine, and a short sample:
  • Allspice
  • Anise
  • Balm
  • Basil
  • Coriander
  • Dill
  • Fennel
  • Galangal
  • Garlic
  • Ginger
  • Mint
  • Mustard, Black
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Thyme
  • Turmeric
  • Vanilla

  • Recipes (feel free to edit! these are just some suggestions ,=OR ;=AND )
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