Anyone who enjoys eating spicy food will testify that the hit of heat can become quite addictive. Just look around the world at all the different spicy dishes and you get an idea of just how much we like that fiery feel on the tongue.
People throughout the ages have enjoyed eating spicy foods and this infographic from Chobani sets out to chart a history of spice.
Starting in 7.000bc and ending in 2016, the simple chart looks at some of the popular introductions of spicy foods in our diets interlaced with facts on just how high the demand for extra heat goes in different parts of the world.
We’ve also included a great video of Harold McGee breaking down exactly what happens when we eat spicy food and what gives us that kick on the tongue.
The ideal English muffins are lightly toasted. You can just slice them in half and put them in the toaster, but we prefer the oven-toasting technique. You can also learn how to make English muffins at home before putting them in the oven by following our simple recipe.
These light, flaky and melt-in-your-mouth pain aux raisins are a delight of French patisserie and are great for a breakfast treat, or any time. Make your own pain aux raisins with this easy-to-follow recipe.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.