Italy lays claim to countless varieties of the peperoncini. Learn more about some of our favorites, plus how you can integrate them in your own kitchen.
JUST LIKE CORN AND TOMATOES, CHILE PEPPERS WERE UNKNOWN IN ITALY BEFORE COLUMBUS’ DISCOVERY OF THE NEW WORLD IN 1492. Picture Italian cuisine without tomato sauce, polenta, risotto and peperoncino.
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