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Matt's Four-Pepper Collards from 'The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen'

The four-pepper collards in Matt and Ted Lee's new cookbook, The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen, was inspired by the peppery taste of the plant's budding tips. A plethora of greens are stewed with a piquant mix of red jalapeño, poblano, smoked paprika, and a generous grind of pepper. Cooked for the better part of an hour, the greens develop a supple, tender texture with a pleasant undercurrent of heat. More

Wake and Bake: Sweet Potato Biscuits With Jalapeño Butter

I think I was a bird in my past life. Evidence: I hover around people eating nuts/seeds/pretzels and hope they drop some for my benefit. My bony toes have scratched people who get too close. And every winter, I get the urge to go south. Whether or not you too are day-dreaming about warmer climes, nothing beats a basket of fresh-from-the-oven biscuits. Especially when they're made extra special with the addition of sweet potato and a pat of spicy jalapeño butter. More

Bake the Book: Jalapeño Cornbread Whoopie Pies with Honey Buttercream

These Jalapeño Cornbread Whoopie Pies with Honey Buttercream are certainly on the wilder side of their whoopie creations—little rounds of brown sugar sweetened, jalapeño-flecked cornbread filled with a honeyed buttercream. The natural sweet springiness of the cornbread makes it a perfect candidate for a whoopie cookie, and the heat that those little bits of jalapeño contribute is balanced beautifully by the rich buttercream filling. More

Grilling: Pineapple Salsa

Even though I begrudgingly label this "a salsa," I can't deny the deliciousness that pineapples, peppers, onions, cilantro, and lime create when brought together and enjoyed with tortilla chips. I have come out of the fruit-salsa closet. More

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