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3 Words: Make Hot Sauce

In less than 30 minutes, you can make your favorite bottled condiment with fresh chiles

Chiles, scissors, and gloves on a cutting board.
Photos: Kerri Conan

Consider the barely identifiable action shot below as an invitation — rather, my imploration — to try your rubber-gloved hand at making hot sauce. I’ve been making it every year since before I first wrote about it for The New York Times

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Kerri Conan

Kerri Conan

Cookbook developer, longtime Mark Bittman colleague, home economics advocate.

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