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Family Farming Specialty Peppers in the San Francisco Bay Area Since 1980

Sweet Potato Chips

Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Chips, the perfect accompaniment to our Peruvian Ceviche. A quick and easy to prepare twist on fries or chips.

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Peruvian Ceviche

Ceviche is the national dish of Peru. Happy Quail Farms' recipe features our house-made Ají Amarillo sauce, an essential Peruvian flavor.

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BBQ Rubs

Rubs, wet or dry, can be used for every kind of meat, poultry, and fish. A good rub is a quick and easy way to add flavor to anything you grill, smoke, or blacken.

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Colorful Gazpacho

Enjoy this refreshing summertime cold soup from the southern region of Andalusia, Spain that has ancient roots in Arabian and Roman cuisines.

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Blaff

Blaff is a popular way to prepare fish in the Caribbean, especially on Martinique. Fish is marinated in lime juice, garlic, and hot peppers then poached in the marinade.

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Beef with Bell Pepper Stir-fry

This classic Asian stir-fry with bell peppers and a hint of Chinese five-spice powder makes a tasty and hearty meal. Serve over hot noodles or rice.

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Potato-Stuffed Peppers

A Happy Quail Farms favorite comfort food.

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Red Pepper Cheddar Cornbread

This easy cornbread bakes up with crisp edges and a hint of spicy heat.

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Peperonata on Bruchetta

Peperonata is a classic Italian dish served hot as a condiment to meats or cold as antipasto, its also delicious with barbecued meats, on pasta, or simply by itself.

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Hungarian Lecsó

Our friend Anna Paul gave us this traditional Hungarian recipe. Pronounced "letcho" in Hungarian, it is a stew that showcases peppers and sweet paprika. Enjoy it warm or at room temperature.

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Stuffed Zapallitos Squash

This is a traditional Argentinian recipe that makes use of zapallitos -- small, round, very tender squash, akin to zucchini.

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Chimichurri

Our friend Jack gave us this incredible recipe. His version is a green sauce, though, a red version also exists. It makes a wonderful marinade for grilled meats. Best yet, it lasts forever in the refrigerator, which makes it easy to have some on hand at all times.

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Inner Beauty Hot Sauce

Achieve a state of higher consciousness and greater beauty -- and zest up your food at the same time. After trying this sauce, you, too, might cry out “Yeh mon, no problem…” as the Jamaicans do.

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