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This week's harvest

Posted by bzzzzz7777 7A (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 13, 12 at 15:49

This is a picture of most of this weeks harvest minus the monster cayennes and melrose hot that I have already seeded and chopped. There are 7-pot, bhut jolokia, yellow and red devil's tongue, caribbean red habs, orange habs, chocolate habs, aji limon, cito, tree habs (made it to 10 foot in one season), bird's eye, thai, door knob, pumpkin pepper, and bulgarian carrots.


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RE: This week's harvest

That's a nice variety of peppers and beautiful harvest shot. Nice job!


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Man, that's a lot of variety! Great harvest!


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Thanks, I like the super hots but I also like the medium ones as well. I am already excited about next season as I am adding chocolate bhuts, purple habs, bishops crown, and trinidad butch-t to the variety. I also grew cherry bombs and numex twilight peppers this year.


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That's a beautiful haul you have there. I hope you have big plans for all that heat.

Tim


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I have been working on expanding the variety of heat / flavor of the peppers I grow. This year I am trying Guajillo and Pasilla Bajio as lower heat seasoning peppers. Next year, I am going to try some paprika style peppers. My normals range from Big Jim and Poblano up to Hab / Chocolate Hab range. I am also growing a couple 7pot plants because they look really cool / mean. I have no idea what I'll do with something that hot! LOL Variety is good!


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I made some teriyaki sauce and simmered it with some 7-pot peppers in it and then I canned it in pint jars with a pepper in each jar. I also like to make a sauce with pineapple, kiwi, mango, coriander, cinnamon, and about 10 super hots (I have used ghost peppers and 7-pots). I also smoked some apples and onions and a basket full of peppers similar to the picture above and added brown sugar, molasses, vinegar, and a few spices. This made a very good and smokey sauce...makes everything taste like it came right off the grill.


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