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Spice-Up-Your-Life; from Zero to Criminally Hot! We are ourselves a micro-manufacturer of special chili products(Pika Pika Chili Compositions). We know who works right.

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Sharpness tolerance has nothing to do with origin. Skin color or religion. It's just love of good taste.

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Sharpness tolerance has nothing to do with origin. Skin color or religion. It’s just love of good taste.

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    Have you ever had chili-con- o sin-carne with pasta or chips? Here are five ideas for you to enjoy chili times ANDERS. Use chili-con-carne as a topping for your baked potato. Use chili as a topping for your burger. Combine chili with fries and top everything with cheese. Scalloped chili with spaghetti noodles and cheeseRead more ⟶
  • Soup of the Devil – History of Chili-con-carne
    The history of chili-con-carne is a long and controversial subject…. From the nun Sister María de Ágreda with astral projections to the chili queens of San Antonio, there are many legends that tell of the origins of this spicy dish. One of them is the story of the “devil’s soup”. Spanish priests called chili-con-carne theRead more ⟶