Fresh chili powder is a simple way to add some kick to your next meal.
Alton Brown introduces a variety of popular chili peppers.
Four kinds of peppers and a host of other goodies will make you say "ole!"
Things get hot when Bobby engages in a chicken tikka masala throwdown.
A sauce of anchos and caramelized onion enlivens grilled skirt steak.
See how Giada gives spicy baked chicken tenders a whole bunch of crunch.
Tired of ho-hum roast chicken? Let Marcela spices hers up with jalapenos.
Cinnamon and ancho chili powder give these gooey brownies a Mexican kick.
Ingrid and a small group of friends hit the jackpot with this menu.
Ina Garten shares a recipe for a classic breakfast drink, the Bloody Mary.
Stuffing chiles give you the willies? Marcela's tips show how easy it is.
Watch Marcela's technique for thickening this hearty, satisfying soup.
Puff pastry makes Marcela's poblano cream cheese empanadas fast and easy.
Habanero hot sauce lights the fire; creamy guacamole gets it under control.
Start with a curry soup, then try Alton's tofu and shrimp Pad Thai.
From pork tacos to margaritas, your weeknight fiesta is covered.
Create these traditional Indian dishes in your own kitchen.
Spice up your sauce arsenal with condiments from all over.
Sort fact from fiction when it comes to easing the burn.
A few minor swaps will change the food on your dinner plate.
Balance chiles with brown sugar for this Latin burger topping.
Bobby adds a Scotch bonnet pepper to his chicken wing brine.
Turn cucumbers into spicy snacks with dried arbol chiles.
Spice up any meal with bold, peppery sides.
The best comfort food is comforting both to cook and to eat, like Ree's pork chops.
A Very Strange Feast