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Discussion in 'Fruit, Nuts & Vegetables' started by walking dude, Jan 24, 2008.
Don't think I want to order any of those little buggers. Toooo hott for my taste buds.
I made a mistake and clicked on the crackedvideo link! That was better than the peppers Keith
I attempted to grow some of these last summer. The plant looked very healthy but sadly it never produced. Gonna try again this summer. Too hot for my tastes but what a novelty!
If I'm not mistaken doesn't Shelly grow them? And she say's they are
yeah........even the book of world records agrees
Here's a picture Shelly posted, looks like a really nice pepper. Who would of thought it would be so hot.
Man, the pepper looks like it's sweating! I certainly wouldn't pop that thing into my mouth. I did infuse soem vodka with habanero's though. Tear the roof of your mouth off!
That peeper is one hot mamma... I love heat, but I usually wanr some flavor along with it. It's all good.
..like The Idea Bet I Could Out Eat Most Of You Here ..need Some Hot Sauce..but Hand Pepper To Hand Pepper Eat Them Raw Or Smoke Them .makes A Great Add To Any Salsa Then Use As Needed
My uncle ordered some this past fall and is going to plant them in the spring up here in Canada.
LOLOL.......you kill me sometimes mav
i bet rich would have summin to say bout that...........LMAO
WD, don't leave me out on that one...
I like my hot peppers and jalapeÃ±o's. But I am discovering with age that hot n' spicey needs to be eaten in moderation as I am tiring of keeping the toilet paper in the freezer !!!
when i was a youngster, i could eat japs raw, right offa the plant.......
but also........like rich said..........i do like heat......but heat without flavor, is kinda useless.........if you want heat, get a extract...........
or plant this pepper........hehe
To the contrary, this pepper has an amazing SWEET flavor too!
The Habanero-which I use a lot- thus the name- has an amazing sweetness, and beautiful fruity nose to it... and is hot!
Really, you must try it!
i DO plan on it
Now you've got me goin'... I'm going to try planting it this spring.