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Discussion in 'Peppers' started by s2k9k, Jun 27, 2013.
You will find the answer tomorrow in the Sausage forum!
Yea I know where the heck did you find them?
Looks like a pepper.
It looks like a yellow sweet pepper....but if you're posting this then it's something else.
Yellow Scotch Bonnet....final answer
There's nothing sweet about that pepper
Dave I have several of those growing also a Caribbean Mix, Tabasco, Purple Cayenne, and a couple Bhut Jolokia I also have a friend that has a couple acres of the one you posted planted
That's why i said yellow scotch bonnet as my final answer
A friend of mine is growing them along with a bunch of other varieties, his pepper garden is doing really good!
Yeaaaaaa I would not call this one sweet!
Year before last I ended up shipping boxes of them to several members who smoked and dried them then ground them into a powder. If you try that be sure to wear a good mask, eye protection would be good too, and you might wanna do it outside
You are along the right line and even got one of the first letters right!
Devils Tongue Yellow or i give up! ...but it's round... LOL
Look at the newest varieties but don't feel bad it does look very much like a Scotch Bonnet especially the inside.
It got me also I figured Scotch Bonnet as well
That Looks like a partially ripe habenero! Yikes....HOT!
Golden Bell pepper outta someone's garden?
Looks like a habanero to me. I also dry them in foil (outside) and crush them. I put them in a wimpy red pepper bottle and use them on just about everything.
Is it a Devils tongue?
Is it possibly a Pimenta de Cheiro from South America?
Thanks everyone for playing along! We had some really good guesses and some came pretty close but no winner! If you are still wondering you can find the answer over here:
It's a pepper.
It looks like an Alma pepper ( paprika )