Hot, hot, hot! (and a little sweet)

PVick(6b NYC)October 9, 2006

Peppers! WSed and now ripening up daily! Bell peppers and chilies (and a last tomato):


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Hope they taste as delicious as they look!

    Bookmark   October 9, 2006 at 7:47PM
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not_a_contessa(z5b S Central PA mtns.)

PV, I suspect that next year you'll be growing zucchini up there LOL!

Those hot peppers are gorgeous, they would have been perfect to use in Hot Peach Salsa.

I can never have too many of the red peppers, I put them in the same category as a chocolate candy bar!


    Bookmark   October 10, 2006 at 8:19AM
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Gotta love'em!!

Still picking from my 2nd harvest of Thai Hot. The first harvest got dried and crushed for flakes and this harvest is for bagging and freezing :D
The Hab's have been in since September to winter-over.


    Bookmark   October 10, 2006 at 9:31AM
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PVick(6b NYC)

LOL, Mary! I've already tried canteloupes (got one nice-sized fruit); that vine was everywhere! No zukes for me - they'd probably take over my living quarters!

Vera, I wish I had the space to overwinter the habs! The plant is huge. I kept the other small chile in a very small pot this year so I can try to over-winter it. We'll see.

Shirley, they are yummy!


    Bookmark   October 10, 2006 at 11:32AM
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