Albert Ayeni is not a weak soul. Originally from Nigeria, the Rutgers assistant teaching professor has a passion for hot peppers that rivals the most enthusiastic capsaicin connoisseurs. Watch the latest episode of Scarlet Stories to learn how Albert is easing the homesickness of many New Jersey residents through his hot pepper breeding program.
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