Sure, it adds a dose of flavor to mealtime, but is spicy food more than just something that tastes good? In other words, is spicy food good for you? According to dieticians, kicking up the flavor of your food may indeed come with some health benefits.
Hot, gooey, melty cheese that you can dip anything in? Yes.Queso, the kind you get at your favorite divey Mexican joint (meaning piles of addictive food at lower prices than even Taco Bell can give you), opens a world of possibilities. Actually, it’s a world in its own; there a single cookbook that documents 250 different queso recipes. In case you’re wondering, it’s simply called Queso, so you’re unlikely to forget it the next time you’re on an Amazon binge.
If you feel yourself constantly craving hot, spicy food, it may be more than just your taste buds working overtime.
We know you love them. But the debate over whether chili peppers are fruits or vegetables remains strong. Maybe you’ve even bet your friend a bottle of Mad Dog 357 that you knew the right answer. Well, we’re going to settle this debate once and for all, and make sure you win all those future bets.