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Chiles in a rub should leave an afterglow in the throat, not a raging conflagration. Dried ground chiles, such as Ancho or New Mexican red, offer earthy savor and sweetness with a moderate level of firepower. Powders made from Jalapenos and Chipotles (smoked Jalapenos) turn up the thermostat a little higher, and Cayenne or Habanero chiles can shoot the mercury right out the top. Busted by Christopher E. Eaves
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