From Baked Explorations. Dough will need to chill for 4 hours. About the "cool but not cold butter," the authors recommend removing the butter from the refrigerator, cutting it up in cubes, and using it within 15-20 minutes.
Chef's Notes: Boiling the potatoes first helps keep them from sticking to the skillet. So does preheating the pan until it's hot, hot, hot. Don't be afraid of a hot skillet. That's how chefs get such beautifully browned surfaces on foods. The recipe for the peppers makes more than needed. Use extra for scrambled eggs, tacos, sandwiches, etc...
From Casual Cooking by Michael Chiarello. Use inside a grilled cheese sandwich, in scrambled eggs, in tacos or quesadillas, with grilled sausages in a bun, or anywhere you would like to add a little kick.
Found on Napastyle.com. The chef notes that the sauce freezes well and has several uses. It can be used as a dip for bread, grilled chicken, and seafood. It can be stirred into risotto, mixed with mayo to make a sandwich spread, or tossed with pasta.