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חָרִיף – hot (spicy/peppery)

November 14, 2011

מדי כמה שבועות, אשתי מבשלת צ’ילי בשביל הארוחת ערב. וצ’ילי מוצא חן בעיני.  הבעיה עם צ’ילי שאנשים   מבשלים אותו עם תבלינים שונים.  חשוב מאוד לכול לשאול כמה תולינים יש בצ’ילי.

Every few weeks, my wife cooks chili for dinner.  I like chili.  The problem with chili is that people make it with different spices.  It’s very important to be able to ask how much spice is in the chili.

Now, I happen to know how much my wife spices up her chili, which is to say that it’s fairly-but-not-a-lot.  But let’s face facts – there’s times where someone else makes the chili (I wouldn’t know who *cough*me*cough*) and they make it a lot hotter.  So a good word to know is the word for ‘hot’, in the sense of spicy or peppery – חָרִיף.

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