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Writing on Twitter, he said: "Still can't believe we've flown over to Belfast not for the Chili Peppers but to see the 'worlds best bagpipe band' Chilli Pipers thought I'd got a rate good deal on tickets n'all.
The total revenue from the sale of chili peppers in the world is expected to exceed $30 billion in 2017.
They found that consumers of hot red chili peppers tended to be "younger, male, white, Mexican-American, married, and to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and consume more vegetables and meats .
Of the men who participated in the study, 34 percent passed away during a 19-year period, but when data was limited to just those who consumed pungent chili peppers, the figure dropped to just 22 percent.
After analyzing more than 16,000 Americans through the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey, researchers from the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont discovered eating hot red chili peppers was linked to a 13 percent lower risk of death.
Red Hot Chili Peppers have spent the summer performing at music festivals around the world including Lollapalooza in Chicago, T in the Park in Scotland and Fuji Rock in Japan.
The crowd may have enjoyed the support act but it was the Chili Peppers they were desperate for.
It's not surprising that chili peppers can trace their history to Central and South America, regions whose cuisines are renowned for their hot and spicy flavors.
Chili peppers are especially high in vitamin C, providing more than 100% DV in just one tiny pepper.
1 fresh long red chili pepper, finely chopped (see note)
Harissa's a paste that is typically made from various dried red chili peppers, cumin, coriander, caraway seeds, and garlic.
BEIRUT: Lebanese indie band Mashrou' Leila have announced that they are backing out of plans to open for the Red Hot Chili Peppers at their Thursday evening Beirut concert.
THEY may have proclaimed to love both Geordies and Mackems the same, but if their red and white attire was anything to go by, the Chili Peppers were nailing their allegiance firmly to Sunderland last night.
To attract big American artists such as Bruce Springsteen and the Red Hot Chili Peppers puts down a real marker, not just for the Stadium of Light and Sunderland AFC, but for the city and the wider region too.
Designed by Stan Baskett, Chili Peppers complements the company's well-performing Texas, Cowboy and Lasso lines and adds a little spice to the group, said Karen Schultz, national sales manager.