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post Mar 30 2011, 02:07 PM
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Well its that time of year and since no posts here in a month or so... I am starting some ghost pepper chilis, I got from Robwillfish and I am sure I will have to many... I also will have a lot of fatalis. If anyone wants some when i get them going well enough... speak up know and I'll save ya'll a few.


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post Mar 30 2011, 03:48 PM
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Nice! I have a bunch of ghosts started too along with scotch bonnets, habs, and a bunch of others.


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post Mar 31 2011, 04:59 AM
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S.S.T,

Hot stuff junkie here!

I'm in for the offering. Will exchange jarred sauce for raw peppers.

Got a few plants going but don't have ghosts and fatalis.

My last Bonnet seeds are a fail....epic fail so this season is limited to Habs.

Looking forward, Tim
 
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post Mar 31 2011, 06:00 AM
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We gutted the garden after the freeze this year, the only survivor was the rosemary, so I'm starting with all new plants this year. Maybe I'll get them in the ground this weekend, thinking habs, tabascos and cayennes.


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post Mar 31 2011, 02:35 PM
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I'm working on a place in the yard to grow them......the kids trample anything not taller than them
 
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post Mar 31 2011, 02:41 PM
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Since this is a cooking page....I'll throw this out.

I had a buddy in college who used to cook peppers. He said it was a recipe from his family, he was italian....not sure this food is italian.

He would get various peppers, usually jalapenos. Cut them in half long ways and soak them in a mixture of vinegar and garlic cloves. After about a week of that....he would throw them on the grill along with the steaks. I am not sure if they were that good or that I was a hungry college student but my recollection was very positive. I was thinking of trying that some time soon.

Anyone else do anything similar?
 
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post Mar 31 2011, 04:59 PM
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Got my jalapenos , hot bananas , cayennes and sweet bananas in the ground two weeks ago !!

Already got flowers on most .........tomatoes are lookin


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post Mar 31 2011, 05:00 PM
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Hit a wrong key on last post.........maters are lookin` awesome !! banger.gif


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post Mar 31 2011, 05:03 PM
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QUOTE (Redbaron @ Mar 31 2011, 04:41 PM) *
Since this is a cooking page....I'll throw this out.

I had a buddy in college who used to cook peppers. He said it was a recipe from his family, he was italian....not sure this food is italian.

He would get various peppers, usually jalapenos. Cut them in half long ways and soak them in a mixture of vinegar and garlic cloves. After about a week of that....he would throw them on the grill along with the steaks. I am not sure if they were that good or that I was a hungry college student but my recollection was very positive. I was thinking of trying that some time soon.

Anyone else do anything similar?


Grilling chilis make them milder in my experience. Most of the chilis I grow nowadays are the narrow or small types but when I used to grow poblanos those fuggers grilled are goot.

Soaking in vingar for a week is pickling wink.gif


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post Mar 31 2011, 07:51 PM
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QUOTE (Sapro @ Mar 31 2011, 06:03 PM) *
Soaking in vingar for a week is pickling wink.gif


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post Apr 2 2011, 07:14 AM
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Awesome timing .! rolleyes.gif

After posting history channel had an hour long show on peppers !

This moron walks into Michael Jordans Mex. restaurant and orders the hottest burrito on the menu ......chef dices up five different peppers ranging from 5000 to 300,000 Scoville units ...grills em` up with some carne ..rolls em` up and smothers with Habanero sauce !! Fugger takes one bite ....spontaneously combusts and is thru ....I was laffin` my azz off !! laugh.gif

The forklifts at the Tabasco plant only last about three years due to the caustic fumes ........they ship out about 750,000 bottles of they`re sauce a day worldwide !!


Very interesting program if your into peppers !! cool.gif

Had the Megajuana burrito at Tijuana flats the other day......tried a little bit of four or five different sauces ....Ghost was pretty hot ...Habanero was smokin`....dayum good food !! tu.gif



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post Apr 3 2011, 01:38 PM
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I caught that show before... There lookin better every day... still waitin for some to sprout. They do have a lot of sauces up there, some are goot and some suck ass.


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post May 7 2011, 06:15 AM
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What the fuk ya talikin bout willis?


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post May 25 2011, 06:19 AM
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How's the harvest been so far Conrad? I'm just now getting ripe chilis on my cayenne plant. Tabascos are blooming but no fruit yet sad.gif


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