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Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. dblay 31 July 2020 @Simonsdale Thank you for visiting my site and it is great to hear that you also love this Pepper Sauce. It sounds as if your Mother made it the way we do. I'm glad I gave you some "wonderful memories" and I'm sorry I just now found this. We also used the Pepper Sauce on collards, turnip greens, beans and peas. SOOOOO GOOD!!! Thank you so much for visiting and commenting on my page. I'm happy I brought back memories for you and I hope you find some pepper to can at the Farmer's Market. :-)) Blessings to you also and thank you for visiting my site. Simonsdale 29 July 2020 What wonderful memories you gave me this am. My mother, from Costa Rica, would can peppers from our garden every summer. My mouth is watering just thinking about them. It was delicious on collard greens, beans and just about anything. Not to hot, a little tangy just perfect. I have not thought about them in years. Thank you for posting. I might check out some local farmers market to find some. Have a Blessed day. hcamp 26 August 2019 @minipooh4u, Montine, of course you are welcome to Paula's (my wife) recipe for turnip green soup below. Haney :-) hcamp 26 August 2019 Donna, you and your son are most welcome. We really llike it. And as you suggsted, you must have buttered cornbread with it! Haney :-) dblay 26 August 2019 I got it all printed out and my son has looked it over and both of us can't wait to try it. It really looks sooooooo delicious. Thank you again. :-) dblay 26 August 2019 Sorry you didn't see the message but I was the one who sent it to your "message" thing. I'm not real "up" on FB so I may have done something wrong. :-))) THANK YOU SO MUCH for going to all this trouble to send it HERE. Oh, YUM! It sounds GREAT. Can't wait to try it OR for my son to cook it since he does all the cooking now. He is a great cook and I think he will be interested in THIS ONE. (ha) Thank Paula also for typing it out and letting me have a copy of it. You are both so nice. hcamp 25 August 2019 Donna.TURNIP GREEN SOUP4 cups chicken broth1 medium onion chopped1 can Rotel2 27-oz cans Glory seasoned turnip greens, undrained2 cans black beans or Bush's seasoned black eyed peas, undrained1 package Knorr vegetable soup mix1 pound of smoked sausage, chopped or slicedWe made the above recipe. It is quite good but play with the recipeto suit your taste. I added a small can of corn. hcamp 25 August 2019 Donna, I have not seen a message from Shannon on my FB page. Haney :-) dblay 25 August 2019 Well, I sent you a message on your "message" thing on my son's FB page. Since your "friend request" button was locked, you will need to send him a request. His name is Shannon but, of course, you will see it when you get the message. (ha) dblay 25 August 2019 My son is on Face Book (this is his computer I use) and I will have him ask to be your "friend" so that you can get it to me that way. I trust YOU but I really don't want my home address or my e-mail address put "out there" for others to see. I'm sure you understand. :-) I will check with him and then be in touch through the "message place" on your Face Book page. THANK YOU so much. His name is (I will finish this later when I talk to him to see if he cares for me using his name here). :-0 hcamp 23 August 2019 Donna, I could mail it to you as well. Haney :-) hcamp 22 August 2019 Donna, Paula typed the recipe from handwritten notes of her Aunt. We will get it to you somehow maybe on JIGiDi. I am also on Facebook and you could get it there and email is a possibility if you do that. Haney :-) dblay 21 August 2019 I didn't see this until today (August 21st). Sorry, I don't check my main page very often because I'm so busy solving yours and other's puzzles. :-)) I do like golf and watch it sometimes. My favorite golfer is Phil Michelson (not sure of spelling). There are others I like too. I would be happy for you to direct me to the turnip green soup recipe when you have time. Thank you so much and thanks for dropping by. hcamp 2 August 2019 Donna, we will be happy to direct you to the recipe after we finish volunteering at the Wyndham Championship (Golf) at our club. Check CBS on Saturday and Sunday even if you don't care for golf! Haney :-) dblay 2 August 2019 Hi, Haney. Sorry I haven't checked my "front page" lately but I see that Paula's turnip green soup must have been very delicious (looking at your "yum" at the end of your sentence). (ha) Wow! I've never heard of that but it sounds really interesting so I may have to find a recipe for it and if I can't, I may be asking for Paula's. (ha) I'll bet it is great with cornbread. :-)) Thanks for dropping by. It is always good to hear from you. hcamp 20 July 2019 Donna, sorry to interupt, but I had to tell you Paula made turnip green soup this week. has to be made with Glory brand of greens. Yum! Haney :-) dblay 20 July 2019 Hi, Bev. Thank you for stopping by. We LOVE Pepper Sauce on our cooked cabbage, turnip greens, and even pinto beans with cornbread. (ha) Am I making you hungry? :-))) So glad you stopped by. bevpuzzler8 10 July 2019 Looks yummy. Thank you db. minipooh4u 21 September 2016 Thank you Haney and Donna. Good to know. I will post the pear relish recipe later. The relish is very good. I have been enjoying it for several years. I am happy to share it. It was my mother's recipe. She would have loved to know it was being passed on. ~Montine §;•) hcamp 21 September 2016 Donna, I believe a cousin of mine is going to get the pears and give me some relish in the deal. I believe the peppers are called cayenne. They should be available now at farmers markets and curb markets across the South. Haney :-) dblay 21 September 2016 To Haney: I love in Cullman County, near Smith Lake but not "on it." Hey, your pear trees are not that far away. (ha) Hope you are able to get some of them and can some Pear Relish before they are gone. To Montine: I do not know the name of the peppers we use but they are the old-fashioned kind my Mother and Daddy always planted in their garden. Just the long slender kind. They are green but some turn red as they age. Those are seeds from the peppers in the bottom. Sometimes I break the peppers so that the "heat" will come out better in the taste. I do not use salt, onion or anything else, just the peppers and vinegar. That is the way we like it. :-) Good luck if you try it. Of course, there are other "hot" peppers out there that you can use. I would love your Pear Relish recipe. I think my niece would love doing that too. THANKS TO BOTH OF YOU for all the comments. minipooh4u 19 September 2016 Donna, what kind of peppers did you use and what is that at the bottom of the jar? Onion, garlic? Do you add salt? I have never tried to canned peppers so I am totally lost on the subject. I hope I don't sound too much like a dummy. If you get a smile out of it that's fine. I'm smiling as I speak.Blessings my dear friend. minipooh4u 19 September 2016 Well, Donna, I didn't expect to chat with you so soon. I had no idea you didn't know how much response you had to this puzzle. It's beautiful and a hoot to solve. Pear Relish and Vegetable Soup is work intensive but well worth the effort. I am in search of pears right now and have the ingredients for my soup stock. Now is the time to get it done. I am in Georgia. Thank you sooooo much for the recipe. I was hoping for it. I will share my recipes if anyone is interested. Be prepared to use up a full day. hcamp 19 September 2016 Donna, my pear trees are in Leesburg, Al at our property on Weiss Lake, near Gadsden and Centre. Where do you live.? Haney dblay 19 September 2016 Oh my goodness!!! I almost fainted when I saw how many comments were on this picture. (ha) Wow, I don't know where to start. I am so tickled that you all have had so much fun with my pepper sauce picture. We love it and do can it when we can get this kind of pepper (which to us is the best kind for our pepper sauce). I have laughed and read all of these comments and enjoyed the heck out of all of them. To Montine: My Mother and I use to can vegetable soup and it was delicious. I have not canned any since she passed away and I miss it. My son makes homemade vegetable soup the way I make it now but he "tweeks" it HIS way and it is delicious. (ha) Your Pear Relish sounds wonderful and I would love it on my peas. We buy chow chow to put on beans and peas and even fried "taters." (ha) Thank you for all your comments and fun. It is greatly appreciated and if we all lived closer, we could do that swapping thing too. :-) What state do you live in? Hi Haney: Good to see you chime in again regarding the pepper sauce and the relish. I think all us Southerners like good old country cooking with pepper sauce and relish, etc. Where in Alabama is your pear trees? I live in Alabama. :-) To Annie: I loved the "typo" thing between you and Montine and your comments too. To all of you: I agree that we have had a very long conversation starting with pepper sauce way back in 2013. It has been wonderful and I have loved every minute of it. I hope I haven't left out anyone. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU for an entertaining morning. My recipe for pepper sauce is as follows:Boil some jars and keep in hot water. Boil your rings with lids inside them for the jars and keep hot - I just let mine boil in a small shallow pan until I use them all. I wash my pepper and get it ready. I then bring white vinegar to a boil (whatever amount I think I need for ever how many jars I'm going to fill). Then, when everything is ready, I fill the jars with pepper and kind of pack it until almost to top of jar and then I pour the hot vinegar over it until as full as I want, then get the hot ring and lid and twist them tightly and wait for the jar lids to pop at some point to let me know they sealed. If one does not seal, I just put it in the refrigerator when it is cooled and use it. (ha) I think that is all. My son has learned to can it and he does it now and it has been a while since I have fixed any. I hope this helps. I wish for all of you a beautiful and happy day. hcamp 18 September 2016 Montine, it is a pleasure to know you too. Haney :-) minipooh4u 18 September 2016 Phew!!! I thought you were speaking a foreign language. It was a new one on me. I had to ask. Now we both got a good laugh out of your typo. If we had a glass of wine we would have to watch out for each other. I'm not a drinker so there's no telling what I might do. lol!!!Hi, Haney. You had no idea pepper talk could be so much fun and could be sustained for such a long time. That's the beauty of Jigidi. It's a community of like minded folks who see the fun in the simplest of things. I love it and am so happy to be a part of it. You are one of my favorites so it's a pleasure to know you, dear Haney. ~Montine §;º) hcamp 18 September 2016 The first comment goes back to 7 August 2013. Love pepper talk! Haney :-) taunteanna 18 September 2016 LOL! It's a type error. It was supposed to have been "read". Gotta love these smart pads that throw in a word when you typed it wrong. Too funny. I would love to go out to lunch and have a good laugh. If we have a glass of wine make sure I don't text because no one will be able to understand what I'm talking about with the way I type! LOL. minipooh4u 18 September 2016 Annie, what is eprea? It's amazing how much mileage we got out some jars of peppers and all the other goodies we enjoy with our food. Don't you agree, though, they are pretty and look good enough to eat? I wouldn't mind having the recipe myself. You tickle me every time I see one of your comments. I got the john comment. I love your sense of humor. It reminds me of myself and I LOVE to laugh. We would probably have a great time over lunch. We might even be asked to leave. Donna, you would be welcomed to join us. ~Montine §;) taunteanna 17 September 2016 My first look, I thought I eprea do 134 comments!! I thought WOW over peppers? But then I saw it was 32 (counting mine) and that still is a terrific response. Guess you better give us the receipes. Lots of hugs. hcamp 16 September 2016 Montine and Donna, I love pear relish on greens, peas and even hot dogs. My problem is my pears are at our AL property and I am in NC. I will have to remedy that someway. Regards to both. Haney :-) minipooh4u 16 September 2016 Donna, these peppers look so good and made a great puzzle. I could have used some of the sauce on my greens tonight. All the comments would have made my mouth water if I had not just finished a really good southern vegetable super. I'm beginning to like tauntanna (annie) a lot. I love her sense of humor. She made me laugh and you know how I love to laugh. How are you doing, girlfriend? It's been a while since we had one of our conversations. Thank you for this puzzle. Sorry it took me so long to get to it. I just wanted to give a shout out to you and this puzzle caught my attention. BTW I can vegetable soup and pear relish. Pear relish is really good on greens and peas. I'm almost out so I'm going to have to search out some pears soon. I'd like to get in on that swap if we were all close. Have a nice evening my dear friend. ~Montine §;-) hcamp 27 August 2016 dblay, Thank you, my family and are doing well. it was nice hearing from you again. Haney :-) dblay 27 August 2016 Thank you, spaklies, for stopping by and commenting on the Pepper Sauce. We love it too and my son likes it really, really hot. I just like the taste of a "little" on my greens and peas, etc. Have a nice day. Good to see you again Haney. We also love this on the same (greens, peas, etc.) and since we do not have a garden, we have a hard time finding it. We are hoping the produce place up the road will have some because we are OUT of it right now. :-)) My son loves it so hot that he puts a LOT of it on his greens so that it doesn't last long around here. :-) Thanks for stopping by again. Hope you and your family are well. hcamp 24 August 2016 dblay, it has bee some time since I last visited the beautiful hot peppers and the tasty and spicy vinegar. I am still using it on greens, peas,etc. just like I did as a kid in Alabama. Thanks again. Haney :-) spaklies 24 August 2016 My hubby would LOVE these - the hotter the better - lovely puzzle thx dblay 10 December 2015 Glad you stopped by, Szonyili. If you are referring to the comment about the cat, I LOVE cats and the one you posted was so very pretty. Thank you for your wishes for my retirement too. :-) SzonyiLi 8 December 2015 Thanks for your nice comment -- you must be really inquiring and creative; enjoy your deserved retirement years for the very long run! dblay 15 November 2015 Thanks for stopping by dbnc. We love it on greens and pinto beans but have never tried it on fish or oysters, but thanks for the tip. :-)) It is nice of you to make it and give it to friends and family for Christmas. It is a colorful and great gift to give. Hi again to hcamp. :-) hcamp 12 November 2015 dbnc, maybe the hot pepper vinegar contributed to you long life of 86 and still going! dbnc 11 November 2015 we call it hot pepper vinegarwe eat on greens and its good on fish an oysters when I had a garden I canned and it and gave it to family and friends for Christmas dblay 28 August 2015 No, jeribar8, I have never made hot pepper jelly, but I'm sure my son would love it. He likes all these hot sauces and stuff more than I do. :-))Hi, hcamp, good to "see" you again. hcamp 26 August 2015 jeribar8, I have made hot pepper jelly. I started life in AL. It is good on most anything. jeribar8 25 August 2015 Have you ever made hot pepper jelly...? It is soooo good in pinto beans and on meat sandwiches.The recipe is on the internet... dblay 6 June 2015 How funny, Annie. I don't eat the peppers, I only eat a little of the liquid on cabbage and other greens, and pinto beans. :-)) I'm not into a LOT of hot either. Thanks for the fun comment. :-)) taunteanna 5 June 2015 Got your message. I think if I ate those, I would make a new friend called john. LOL. dblay 6 May 2015 I agree, hcamp. I love that fried squash and eggplant. Thanks for the info about what meriber2 said. I do have a "translater" thing on my computer (which my son put on) but I did not know it at the time meriber2 wrote her message, but I do use it now and then, now. Have a nice day. hcamp 5 May 2015 meriber 2 said " I love pepperoni (peppers)..very nice.. Thank you." You can usually right click on your mouse and the foreign language will translate to English. hcamp 5 May 2015 Good to hear from you, dblay. We need to throw in the fried squash and eggplant too! dblay 5 May 2015 Thank you, heamp, for stopping by and I'm sorry I am so late getting back to you. I get caught up doing all the puzzles that are posted and forget to check my own personal page. :-)) You are right. All these wonderful vegetables here in the South are scrumptious. Glad to hear from someone else who loves all the "good stuff." Okra is one of my favorite fried foods and love those black eyed peas. Now I'm hungry. :-)) hcamp 3 March 2015 Great puzzle and subject. I started life in AL and now live in NC. I started salivating listening to all those good vegetables topped with pepper sauce.. and the canned figs. When working on my doctorate in CA the locals insulted our sacred black eyed peas by calling them field peas or cow peas.Oh yes, let's not forget okra. Thanks for the post. dblay 26 January 2015 Very funny, Annie. I love humor and that was a good one. I don't can anymore but my son really loves pepper sauce and he canned these. We eat it on cabbage, collards, pinto beans, and such. Good to see you are up to making me laugh this morning my friend. :-))) taunteanna 26 January 2015 I wish we did live closer! I make my own moonshine and we could swap a jar or two. Only kidding!! I don't do any canning so I thought I'd throw something at you. LOL..... dblay 11 August 2014 Thank you flkatz, meriber2, and cherseg for your comments, even though I do not know what meriber2 said. Sorry, I do not speak anything but English. :-)) cherseg 14 April 2014 HI dblay, Thank you for the nice compliments on my puzzles. Yours are fun too! CherSeg (-; meriber2 4 April 2014 Feferonky miluji...moc hezké...děkuji♥ flkatz 23 March 2014 Good job! dblay 8 August 2013 Thanks, Beekay for the comment. Too bad the 3 of us can't share our goodies. My son loves hot pepper jelly too. Have a nice day. Beekay 7 August 2013 These look quite zesty!! Some look VERY zesty!!! LOL I make a hot pepper jelly, and would love to swap for a jar of these and for figs too :-) dblay 7 August 2013 Thank you Drjean for commenting on the Pepper Sauce. Actually, my son canned this. He and I both love it on greens and pinto beans, etc., and when he can get some good pepper, he cans what he can for us. It would be nice to be close enough to share though. The Figs sound good too. Thanks. DrJean 7 August 2013 NO FAIR!!!!!! dblay! I can't reach into a jar to enjoy these. P.S. I canned figs last month; and have been giving them away, wish you were near, we could "swap"... Take care. :-)) Why this advertisement?