They say that money makes the world go round. While that might just be true today, centuries ago, spices made the world go round. Spices used to be worth so much that people set about to conquer new territories in search for these flavor enhancers. Today, basic spices may not fetch so much in the market (although saffron will still cost you an arm and two legs), but they are used just as much in kitchens around the world.
The information in here is fantastic, but a few design problems make this a little harder to understand than it should be. The sized-circles over the map…what do the sizes mean? From an overall design aspect, it’s missing a clear title, license and URL to the original posting.
I can eat jalapeno peppers in a lot of the food here in Texas, but anything over about 6,000 on the Scoville Scale is out of my league!
Thanks to @franky for sharing this on Twitter.