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Filled with anecdotes and fascinating information, "a spicy read indeed. The perfect companion to Mark Kurlansky's Salt: A World History , Pepper illuminates the rich history of pepper for a popular audience. Vivid and entertaining, it describes the part pepper played in bringing the Europeans, and later the Americans, to Asia and details the fascinating encounters they had there.