I belong to many forums, most I can contribute within the realm of some knowledge acquired over the last 50 years, so if you want to talk about growing, pepper, log cabins, restoring antique tractors or custom cabinetry, well!
Most of you joined to share share you thought as well as maybe learn a thing or two, but this is the first forum where I may not be able to contribute much, but will be asking for some help.
I joined this forum to learn about smoking things (peppers) (jerky) and to get good recipe's for spicy rubs, an extension of what I do now. (cats out of the bag)
I threw a few things up here so you can see what I am about! (not to pretentious I hope), I recognize hard work and dedication and I see other people do as well!
This is a great forum, with kind, generous, knoladgable and helpful people and It didn't take long to figure that out!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ok, enough sap.
Originally Posted by JustPassingThru
You're OK Spicy, thanks for the pics, awesome setup ya got there, I guess ya kinda take you chili peppers serious, can you tell us a little more about what you do with the peppers.
Not a whole lot to tell, Just before frost I hang them in the ole tractor shed, finish picking the ripe ones, dry them and offer them to the public for sale, that really about it.
When you post the yard bird pics
can you also give the rub recipe, I do have a couple of rubs and will post at a later date.
I'm betting that's some fantastic chicken.
Good to have you aboard and looking forward to what you contribute.
Originally Posted by Scarbelly
Man you got some serious watering and mowing on a regular basis. Your place looks great
Mow about 3 acres twice a week, gets to be a real chore, thanks Gary!
Originally Posted by richoso1
Welcome to the SMF, your avatar looks familiar.
Hay buddy your avitar look familiar too, LOL like another forum we are members, ( about Hot Peppers )
I also use a dedicated spice grinder, and I also just pulse it. I've noticed that over grinding can change the color of the spice mix. I'm not sure about the taste, as I've never intentionally used the grinder for more than 4-5 seconds at a time. It's all good my friend. Yes it is!
Originally Posted by BIG TWIG
Real cool! I like it hot and grow my own peppers too...but not nearly at the scale you do. Awesome gardens!
Originally Posted by Bearcarver
I have never seen such neat gardens for peppers!!
Best of luck to you Sir !!! Thank you! I will need it this season!
Originally Posted by TJohnson
Chili Gardens in Wisconsin?
Ya I know sounds crazy!
Come on Spicy, there's now way!
Only thing we can grow up here are "Snowballs!"
p.s. Welcome to SMF!
Thank you all for your kind words and look forward to being here and learning from the best!
Thank you Gary for the peppers and powder review, allthoght that is not why I am here and all proceeds go to a Great cause.