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#21 stickman

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Posted 29 January 2015 - 05:13 PM

Sorry Rick I thought I told you how tasty the Louisiana style sauce was . Wife and I ate it on everything . Did not last long . Thank you 

 

Very cool Jamie, I'm glad you liked it. :cheers:


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Posted 29 January 2015 - 05:46 PM

Glad to see you're back in the game Rick!

 

As always I look forward to your space on the THP!

 

I was worried about 'Yall with the flooding and had a look at a map, glad you're way inland. But I don't envy the weather up your way!

 

Good luck this season!


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Posted 29 January 2015 - 11:17 PM

Glad to see you're back in the game Rick!

 

As always I look forward to your space on the THP!

 

I was worried about 'Yall with the flooding and had a look at a map, glad you're way inland. But I don't envy the weather up your way!

 

Good luck this season!

 

Yessirree... looking forward to another season of "fun and frolic" Scott... :P  The weather here is cold, sure enough... Overnight lows are in the single digits... below zero, with daytime highs in the teens and twenties. I can live with that, but to make the money to pay the bills I have to be out on the roads.


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Posted 30 January 2015 - 06:50 PM

Great looking list Rick! I sure do love the bubblegums... Do the chocolates have the big calyx on the pods like the reds?

Glad you're back. Stay warm!

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 10:30 AM

Good luck buddy, may 2015 bring you even more adventure, delights and heat ;)


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Posted 01 February 2015 - 01:14 PM

Great looking list Rick! I sure do love the bubblegums... Do the chocolates have the big calyx on the pods like the reds?

Glad you're back. Stay warm!

 

Yup... the ones Jamie sent me sure did. The pods were small, but I think that was because of the season they were grown in. Right now, the daylight hours are short and the angle of the sun is long (less intense). I'm really looking forward to spring but don't know if a snowstorm tomorrow means the Woodchuck may not see his shadow but we're still in for another 6 weeks of winter. :think:

 

I got your package right and tight Adam, thanks so much! The dried pods look like Annuums... which variety are they? I'll get my sauces out to you in the next couple of days depending on the weather... we're supposed to get up to a foot tomorrow... :banghead:


Good luck buddy, may 2015 bring you even more adventure, delights and heat ;)

 

Thanks Lourens... and right back atcha! :P  Hope all is well in the southern Hemisphere. How are your tomatoes doing? :)


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Posted 01 February 2015 - 01:21 PM

 

Yup... the ones Jamie sent me sure did. The pods were small, but I think that was because of the season they were grown in. Right now, the daylight hours are short and the angle of the sun is long (less intense). I'm really looking forward to spring but don't know if a snowstorm tomorrow means the Woodchuck may not see his shadow but we're still in for another 6 weeks of winter. :think:

 

I got your package right and tight Adam, thanks so much! The dried pods look like Annuums... which variety are they? I'll get my sauces out to you in the next couple of days depending on the weather... we're supposed to get up to a foot tomorrow... :banghead:


 

Thanks Lourens... and right back atcha! :P  Hope all is well in the southern Hemisphere. How are your tomatoes doing? :)

urghhhhh that's a plight alright lol I'll try harder next year lol


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Posted 01 February 2015 - 03:55 PM

Have a great season again, Rick! Hope the weather gets better real soon :)



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Posted 01 February 2015 - 04:04 PM

I'll be checking from time to time. Good luck with your grow.



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Posted 01 February 2015 - 04:58 PM

Glad to hear they arrived! Sorry it took so long to get them in the mail... Could only have improved the taste of the sauce right? Sure. Rookie year, I've learned a lot and will adapt as I get more time to dedicate to it.

Annuums are from a goats weed that didn't grow true. I found them to be sweet and somewhat mild, nice in a salsa. Not a bad flavor. Let me know what you think.

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Posted 01 February 2015 - 05:58 PM

Have a great season again, Rick! Hope the weather gets better real soon :)

 

Cheers Stefan! I've passed on some of the seed I harvested from the Pimenta Lisa I grew last year. Would that be F3 or F4? I gave them to a friend of mine who helps out at a contract farm, and they'll give him a place to plant them outside.

   Hope 2015 is a great year for you as well... you're gonna have your hands full with your family, but I hope you get a decent crop as well. :)


I'll be checking from time to time. Good luck with your grow.

 

Feel free Dan... welcome to the zoo! :) Are you going to plant any chiles in 2015?


Glad to hear they arrived! Sorry it took so long to get them in the mail... Could only have improved the taste of the sauce right? Sure. Rookie year, I've learned a lot and will adapt as I get more time to dedicate to it.

Annuums are from a goats weed that didn't grow true. I found them to be sweet and somewhat mild, nice in a salsa. Not a bad flavor. Let me know what you think.

 

That's the way Adam... there sure isn't any shortage of things to do... ;)  I'm glad to know what those Annuums are. From what you said they sound like they'd make good red pepper flakes, so I pulsed them in  the blender to use in Italian food. Cheers!


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Posted 02 February 2015 - 10:01 AM

Home with (mostly) nothing to do today due to the snow outside. We've got about 5-6 inches on the ground already and maybe another 3-4 inches to come. I was watching the birds at the feeders outside and had a ringside seat when a Cooper's Hawk took down a Mourning Dove right outside our sliding glass door maybe 15 feet away.

 

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 10:42 AM

Home with (mostly) nothing to do today due to the snow outside. We've got about 5-6 inches on the ground already and maybe another 3-4 inches to come. I was watching the birds at the feeders outside and had a ringside seat when a Cooper's Hawk took down a Mourning Dove right outside our sliding glass door maybe 15 feet away.
 
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Brutal! I can't wait to get away from the city and back into nature.
Definitely an interesting list you got going, I'm pretty New so a lot of these I haven't heard of. I'll be paying attention for next years grow. You sure know how to keep everybody on the edge of their seat, we want seeds in dirt!

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Posted 02 February 2015 - 10:08 PM

show some fooooddd pornnnnn....and teach me your style of coookking.... :drooling:  :drooling:  :drooling:



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Posted 04 February 2015 - 08:56 PM

Everybody's gotta eat.


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Posted 05 February 2015 - 05:17 AM

show some fooooddd pornnnnn....and teach me your style of coookking.... :drooling:  :drooling:  :drooling:

 

Everybody's gotta eat.

 

OK, ok... I'll post something this weekend. I didn't think you'd want to see Chickpea Dal and Rice even if I showed the go-withs. ;)


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Posted 05 February 2015 - 08:36 AM

 

Cheers Stefan! I've passed on some of the seed I harvested from the Pimenta Lisa I grew last year. Would that be F3 or F4? I gave them to a friend of mine who helps out at a contract farm, and they'll give him a place to plant them outside.

   Hope 2015 is a great year for you as well... you're gonna have your hands full with your family, but I hope you get a decent crop as well. :)

That's great, Rick :) That would be F-3, your phenotype looked very much true so thanks for spreading some of it! I'm growing it out again of course but I can't have more then 2 plants this season as I'm scaling back on amount of plants. So far it's not helping a lot with this great germination rate I'm having again :lol: Yep, I intend to spend more time on the rest of the garden this year to grow all kinds of fruits and veggies.



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Posted 05 February 2015 - 12:44 PM

OK, ok... I'll post something this weekend. I didn't think you'd want to see Chickpea Dal and Rice even if I showed the go-withs. ;)

 

Actually, I was talking about the hawk, but I wouldn't mind looking at some food porn, too. :)


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Posted 05 February 2015 - 04:05 PM

Awesome 'footage' there, Rick!

 

Guess you won't be planting out this weekend.


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Posted 05 February 2015 - 08:10 PM

Here in South Africa, some locals call a wall (endeeringly) - "stop nonsense". I think the term may originate from the mines, where all different languages come together and the miners communicate in a communial language called Fanagalo - which is a hybrid of different languages all mashed up together. So yea, "Stop Nonsense" - because it is the boundary to any activities, it is the line that defines the perimeter to any nonsense. Well, that white stuff you have right there is the ultimate Stop Nonsense I guess... we all need our rest and that is it right there untill it melts away, the chilli nonsense stops right there lol Enjoy the rest buddy untill the stop nonsense melts away :D


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