Sweet Heat: Cooking with Jenkins Jellies Hell Fire Pepper Jelly

Sweet Heat: Cooking with Jenkins Jellies Hell Fire Pepper Jelly

by Hillary Danner, Maria Newman
Sweet Heat: Cooking with Jenkins Jellies Hell Fire Pepper Jelly

Sweet Heat: Cooking with Jenkins Jellies Hell Fire Pepper Jelly

by Hillary Danner, Maria Newman

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Overview

SWEET HEAT is a single-ingredient cookbook, and a love letter to the pleasures of Hell Fire Pepper Jelly. Chili peppers are the newest HOT arrival on the American food scene. Add in some secret organic flavors, and you've got Hell Fire Pepper Jelly. With its balanced layers of heat and sweet, it has a unique versatility that works with all kinds of dishes. SWEET HEAT presents 50 Hell Fire Pepper Jelly recipes, from cocktails to appetizers, mains and zesty desserts. This hardcover gift book comes with a foreword by Gwyneth Paltrow and enthusiastic blurbs from Mario Batali, Gwyneth Paltrow, Blythe Danner, Kate Capshaw (Spielberg), Camryn Manheim, Maria Bello and others. Four-color photos throughout. Hell Fire Pepper Jelly is a product of the authors' fast-growing gourmet condiment company, Jenkins Jellies (www.jenkinsjellies.com)



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983272663
Publisher: St. Lynn's Press
Publication date: 10/15/2012
Pages: 128
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

HILLARY DANNER is an L.A.-based actress-turned-mom-turned-preserves entrepreneur, who needed a way to keep up with the constant bounty from her backyard fruit trees and peppers, both hot and cool. She teamed with longtime friend, MARIA NEWMAN (and Chef Jared Levy), to start Jenkins Jellies and promote their line of gourmet condiments. Hell Fire Pepper Jelly came out 2 years ago and is their best seller.

Read an Excerpt

Raging Roasted Chicken with Vegetables

"This recipe calls for roasting the chicken and vegetables together, but keep in mind that during cooking the vegetables will tend to absorb more of Hell Fire Pepper Jelly's heat, while the spicy aspect of the chicken may diminish. Here's an option: If you want to up the ante on the chicken's spice factor without overpowering the veggies, you could roast the vegetables and the chicken separately." Chef Jared Levy

Table of Contents

Foreword Gwyneth Paltrow i

Introduction iii

Recipes

Appetizers 1

Sauces & Dips 19

Sides & Salads 35

Main Dishes 55

Desserts & Treats 79

Drinks 91

More Sweet Heat Jellies 101

Acknowledgments 109

About the Authors 112

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

"Hell Fire Pepper Jelly is my new condiment of choice for all the right reasons: it's delicious, it is from organically grown ingredients, and most importantly, it dances right on the edge of spicy and sweet in a delicious tango of provocation and pleasure. I particularly love it with some semi-soft pecorino smeared on warm crusty bread but I also love it on every single sandwich as well as with grilled fish or even a simple steak. One warning: it is highly addictive." Chef Mario Batali

Quoted in People magazine, 5/21/12:
"Hell Fire Pepper Jelly gives depth to dishes with its sweet-and-spicy blend." Daphne Oz, co-host of THE CHEW television show.

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