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Amazing Eats: Fiery Flavors

In 5 devilish dishes, Adam Richman shows us that spicy comes in all shapes and sizes. And while spicy can sometimes be painful, it’s always delicious.

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Did You Know? Chile peppers are “hot” because of a substance called capsaicin that triggers the same pain receptors in the brain as actual heat.

Dish 2: Triple Habanero Pie
Where: Flying Pie, 6508 Fairview Ave, Boise, ID 83704

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