Sunday, February 12, 2017

Red-Pepper Jackpot!

     This morning, I made another installment of Roseholme Breakfast Hash, and a quick taste-test of today's skinny red pepper (I'll look up what these are next time I'm at the market, honest!) revealed they are one of the varieties that can be either sweet or slightly hot -- and it was a hot one!  Not overwhelming, just enough "bite" to be interesting and with plenty of flavor.

     I added the remaining cherry pepper to my plate, diced up raw: peppers are supposedly loaded with pantothenic acid, or something in the B-vitamin complex.  And that's supposed to be good for my aching old joints.  See, it's all part of the Great Circle of Life.


pigpen51 said...

My son and his wife grew some red Thai chilies in pots on their porch this year here in MI. They had a HUGE yield. They turned out hot enough to sear your eyeballs. I don't know if that is normal or not. They got the experience of growing from pots by growing in pots in California. I saw a few of the plants they grew out there, and it works quite well. Of course the crop that they grew in pots in California was different than what they grow here in MI. Did I mention pot.

Roberta X said...

How about not implicating people?