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Red, Hot and Green by Janet Hazen

Red, Hot and Green

by Janet Hazen

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0811810526, Paperback)

This good-looking paperback provides an array of meatless recipes using chilies, peppercorns, mustards, horseradish and ginger. The food is decidedly Californian. Dishes also show a wealth of ethnic influences. In some recipes, Hazan seems to be reaching, but she hits her stride in dishes like Apple-Carrot Slaw with Ginger-Mint Dressing and Potato-Horseradish Croquettes. Dishes are rated for heat. The nuclear 10+ of Angelic Beans with Sauce of the Devil will send even hot-hounds into a meltdown of endorphins.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:20 -0400)

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