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post #1 of 17
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I'm gonna eat them all at once today...jk.

 

post #2 of 17

Wow.  Did you grow all of those?

post #3 of 17
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Yes. They're just coming in the last week or so.

 

The habanero is the only one that has a real use to me...the others are just too damn hot! I think I'll smoke most of my ghost and trinidads, then dehydrate them to make a powder.

post #4 of 17

Did you start them from seeds or did you have seedlings?

 

We did habaneros from seedlings this year and they are fantastically hot.

post #5 of 17
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From seeds from a neighbor. Everything turned out great besides my jalapenos...they didn't have any kick at all or I am getting too used to very hot stuff.
post #6 of 17
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I'm gonna eat them all at once today...jk.



 



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I would like to see the look on your face on your way to the hospital when you bite into that trinidad.................LOL
post #7 of 17
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The pain is probably worse at the other end. TMI?
post #8 of 17

Just make sure to get it on video and post it to YouTube.  :th_violent5:

post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by ATS32 View Post

From seeds from a neighbor. Everything turned out great besides my jalapenos...they didn't have any kick at all or I am getting too used to very hot stuff.

I really jealous. I may try to get some seeds going early in the spring.
post #10 of 17
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Ill post a q view when I make some smoked powder
post #11 of 17

Ghosts & Trinidads are great sliced up on pizza  thumb1%20copy.gif

post #12 of 17
Intrested in passing
on some ghost pepper seeds for next year?
post #13 of 17
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Possibly. We'll see how much I end up with as I have been giving away a lot of peppers as it is.

post #14 of 17
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Intrested in passing
on some ghost pepper seeds for next year?

 

Ikrus, afternoon...  I buy peppers at the grocery.... let them ripen on the counter, and they germinate well....  I did that with Fresno Chilis last winter and they grew and produced well....  Just something to think about.....    Dave

post #15 of 17
Thanks for the idea Dave but they dont sell ghost peppers in the store in my neck of the woods, best I cam get is habineros and that's not to often . Lol
post #16 of 17

hit the local farmers market.....   talk around....   try a mexican deli and talk to the folks that work there.....  My mexican friends have peppers growing in their gardens we have never heard of....   brought back from mexico when they travel or mailed up from family....    My neighbor has a variety of corn growing that it 15' tall..... I sh@t you not...  he has peppers that he says no one knows about.... been in his family for generations...   when I ask him how hot they are, he just laughs at me.......

post #17 of 17
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Thanks for the idea Dave but they dont sell ghost peppers in the store in my neck of the woods, best I cam get is habineros and that's not to often . Lol

A local spice shop sells them dried, I'll look into it if you want
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