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Peppers peppers everywhere. Red hot and green!

Post  chocolatepop on 8/21/2010, 11:24 am

Next year I'm gonna do extra (like I intended to this year) and sell at the farmers market. I have so much more wating to get ready some are really weird also.

So here is a combination of yesterdays harvest and a couple days ago.



Oh yeah, some crazy salsa is coming!

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Post  elliephant on 8/21/2010, 4:15 pm

So jealous! I've got a ton of hot banana peppers, but nothing else is producing.

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Post  Chopper on 8/21/2010, 7:01 pm

I regret not planting any hot pepper except and Anaheim (by mistake - mislabeled at store) and that is a mild hot. Next year at least one jalapeno.

And Megan, (garlic jelly girl) I have had jalapeno jelly and that is really surprisingly tasty.

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Post  Megan on 8/22/2010, 1:03 pm

@Chopper wrote:And Megan, (garlic jelly girl) I have had jalapeno jelly and that is really surprisingly tasty.

Hee hee hee! You read my mind. I have pepper jelly on my list. Smile (Though I've never tried it.)

Chocopop, those are absolutely beautiful peppers. I would definitely buy some like that at a farmer's market!

I am growing three types: Ozark Giant (sweet), Red Mushroom (hot), and purple hot popper that I bought as a plant. I've had one harvest from the purple pepper so far, and another one is on the plant. The others are blooming / really small peppers. I can't wait!

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Post  chocolatepop on 8/22/2010, 2:04 pm

yay! I already did jalapeno jelly and green pepper jelly, as well as chopped and froze some. So i guess more spaghetti and similar sauce! I was thinking of stuffing and frying the fresnos.

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Post  camprn on 8/22/2010, 4:09 pm

@chocolatepop wrote: Oh yeah, some crazy salsa is coming!
I have to say that is a very pretty pepper picture! so how many squares do you actually have in that garden??

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Post  boffer on 8/22/2010, 5:06 pm

This is from my wife-we don't have the weather to get a crop of peppers like you have.

her response to your picture:

O.M.G.!!

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Post  chocolatepop on 8/22/2010, 6:48 pm

What zone are you Boff? I wouldnt have thought it either but this year is WEIRD. SOOOO hot.

as for how many squares...counting in my head...36 Embarassed and most of the plants havent even ripened yet...

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