Weedyseedy
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Posting a photo

I am new to this forum and I am trying to post a photo--be patient it may be my cat though I am trying for one of my seedling daylilies. Heaven help me if I get a photo of my wife--she would kill me!!---------------------------------------------------Weedy
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IndyGerdener
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Re: Posting a photo

Not the one I was hoping for... :eek: :lol:

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Re: Posting a photo

Looks like success. Nice picture.

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Re: Posting a photo

Indy, what do you use Ghost Peppers for?

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Well there are some people out there that can't get things hot enough. Ghost peppers will cure that problem fast. Personally I love taking them into National Guard drill and get the "Mine is bigger than yours" guys to try it. They ALL cry like babies. I get a good laugh out of it.

I also make a mean hot pepper shake (Like crushed red pepper) but mine has 5 different types of peppers from bells to scotch bonnets. Then if the batch isn't as hot as the last batch I can increase the heat by adding ghost pepper dust to the mix. It adds heat without adding pepper flavor.

Ghost peppers are very sweet (for a split second) before they get HOTTTTT. They are a better wake up than a cup of coffee. :lol: :lol:



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