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Looking great!
I'm not quite such a fan of pickled peppers though I like them occasionally, so when I grew a lot of hot peppers a couple of years ago, I also made hot pepper jelly and loved it.:()

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I am definately making some of that with the habenros!!!

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applestar wrote:Looking great!
I'm not quite such a fan of pickled peppers though I like them occasionally, so when I grew a lot of hot peppers a couple of years ago, I also made hot pepper jelly and loved it.:()
I made pepper jelly last year - it was/is fantastic! The only problem was that I used powdered pectin in a recipe that called for liquid pectin. I didn't realize there was a difference, so it didn't turn out very jelly-y - it was more of a honeyish consistency. :oops: Still tastes great, though!

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Wow....nice :)
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Nicely done sir!! I'll have to try the multi year Plants as well!!
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Outstanding.

Experimenting with new strains and varieties each year is a treat with peppers.

So many variables in getting the heat desired and the possibilities on yields seem endless.

Well done!!!
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It has been a very good pepper year for me as well. Congrats yours they look fantastic...very nice!!!

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Nice harvest. My peppers are doing nothing yet.
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Can you give me your recipe and how you go about pickling the peppers? I need to do something with mine once I'm done with salsa.

Is that a brandywine there? This was my first year with them, and I'm very impressed with size and taste! Maybe my favorite tomato ever.
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Very nice! I cant wait to harvest mine. I check them everyday. Time seems to be standing still. :)

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