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Day of the Dead Gift Pack
The Cayenne is a native to the tropical regions of the Western Hemisphere. These chiles rose in popularity when they were to Europe by Spanish explorers around the 16th century, thus making it an important ingredient for adding heat to many dishes. It is used in pepper sauces more than any other chile and is often found dried and crushed.
Ingredients: Cayenne peppers, vinegar, and salt.
Probably the most recognized pepper, the Jalapeño measures about 2 inches long with a distinctive rounded tip. Originating from Mexico, the Jalapeño's mild heat level and distinct taste make it the perfect choice for spicing up any dish.
Ingredients: Jalapeño peppers, salt, vinegar.
If you want hot, this is the chile to choose. Native to the Caribbean, Yucatan and Northern Coast of South America, the Habañero presents itself in a variety of colors ranging from light green to a bright red. The Habañero's bold heat, unique flavor and aroma has made it the favorite of chile lovers.
Ingredients: Fresh carrots, Habañero peppers, garlic, onions, lime juice, vinegar and salt.
Day Of The Dead Gift Pack includes three sauces that will make anyone's taste buds quiver! The three pack includes a Cayenne sauce, a Jalapeño sauce, and a Habañero sauce. Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos, November 2nd, is a Mexican holiday celebrating a belief in the circle of life. Death is a part of life and is not to be feared. Depictions of cavaleras (skeletons) doing fun or every day activities is a whimsical not macabre way of portraying death as a continuance, not an ending. Rooted in Aztec tradition and influenced by Catholic teachings the holiday is a way to pay respects to all those who are gone but not forgotten. At night people congregate in the cemeteries to offer kind words, prayers, flowers, food and drink at each grave. In their homes, alters are built as a memorial to those dearly departed. This colorful and cheerful holiday is observed countrywide and attracts many tourists, especially in the state of Oaxaca.
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