One Hot Archaeological Find
Chili Peppers Spiced Up Life 6,100 Years Ago
By David Brown, Washington Post (February 16, 2007). "Inhabitants of the New World had chili peppers and the makings of taco chips 6,100 years ago, according to new research that examined the bowl-scrapings of people sprinkled throughout Central America and the Amazon basin. Upcoming questions on the research agenda — and this is not a joke — include: Did they have salsa? When did they get beer?"

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