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No, Colin, never heard of these. I must try them. This is the first time I've had any luck with growing peppers. Spider mites usually get them when it gets hot and sticky. Thanks.
Heh-heh! I was thinking about the children's tongue-twister that I grew up with! "Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.....etc" :-))
Habaneras are delicious. Have you ever tried "aji amarillo", widely used in Peruvian cuisine, with an excellent flavour?
Thanks, Colin! These are heathy, hot habaneras having help and hopefully heavenly! Oh, well, I tried!
Is it Peter Piper's pot of peppers?? -- or do they have to be pickled? :)). Nice pic, ts.
Thanks, Ank. Those dehydrators are excellent for all kinds of fruit and you can really save some money by drying your own apricots, grapes, etc. They work on everything. Pkin, these peppers are like fire. A little bit goes a long way! Thanks.
I would say hot peppers. Thanks TS
Looks nice, fine colors together. I never use them.
And this the first time I hear about a dehydrator used at home, so not industrial.
I only use very few, and really these dried from neglect. Sometimes I use fresh ones in salads, but these were just left there because I didn't want them. I will use these in dishes like chile, mexican food, etc. They're just as good as dehydrated (probably better), and easier, but it just takes longer! Thanks, Milady, Morris & PLG.
That is why I asked PLG, I use a dehydrator myself.
Peter Piper didn't know what he missed. Pickled peppers aren't anything like these. It's a lovely picture too with that vibrant blue pot. Thanks
Thanks, TS! My hubby grows these too.
Morris -- he picked them when ripe and dried them in a dehydrator. Will be interested to hear how TS does it.
Looks good tex. You let them dry on the plant?
Thanks, Katzmum & CM. Glad you like it.
Nice colors. Thanks TS.
They look good!!
These are wonderful for soups, etc.
Beautiful Tex, but I'll stick to my sweet peppers.
You're welcome. Very hot!
Thank you so much!
I really like it!! Thanks, Sis!