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#181 PaulG

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Posted 01 September 2017 - 02:48 PM

Nice work, Uros - some great pods there even with

the hullabaloo of house remodeling going on!

 

Is your Red Habanero a Jamaican?  They look like the

nice, big blocky pods the JA Red habanero from Scott/Ramon

throw out.  I find them quite hot.

 

Nice to see the Bonnets turning for you; mine just started

a few days ago.


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#182 tsurrie

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Posted 02 September 2017 - 02:53 AM

Nice work, Uros - some great pods there even with
the hullabaloo of house remodeling going on!
 
Is your Red Habanero a Jamaican?  They look like the
nice, big blocky pods the JA Red habanero from Scott/Ramon
throw out.  I find them quite hot.
 
Nice to see the Bonnets turning for you; mine just started
a few days ago.


Thanks Paul.
I think that one is a cross of somekind (arent they all) :)
I have it marked somewhere but have to find where. I lost a few things.. Well,not lost just don't know where I stashed a few things.

The bonnets will be tasty for sure. Can't wait to try one.

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Posted 02 September 2017 - 10:26 AM

I lost a few things.. Well,not lost just don't know where I stashed a few things.
 

I feel your pain, my friend  :lol:


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Posted 02 September 2017 - 03:03 PM

Nice Pics, Uros ,     :party:

I've picked some plums yesterday... they're tasty and pretty much everything that was left growing among the fruit trees when the frost hit during the spring...

plums01092017.jpg

 

Also picked a bunch of kapijas and some others... they're so juicy and thick walled it's a pity I have to put about half of them in the freezer. But they will come handy during the winter...

kapijepaprike01092017.jpg

 

Peppers in pots are ripening faster these days...

Scotch Bonnet was just starting to turn the other day

scotchb01092017.jpg

 

Habanero... i think this one is crossed with Adjoema, similar taste, similar heat

habaneroadjoema01092017.jpg

 

This one is much hotter and a lot more fruitier.. reminds me a bit of Jolokia, but more towards the habanero's.....

hotpepperplant01092017.jpg

 

That's the one from two pics back.... it's delicious :)

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 07:34 AM

Nice Pics, Uros ,     :party:
 


Thanks Frank.

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 01:07 PM

I've picked some plums yesterday... they're tasty and pretty much everything that was left growing among the fruit trees when the frost hit during the spring...
plums01092017.jpg
 
Also picked a bunch of kapijas and some others... they're so juicy and thick walled it's a pity I have to put about half of them in the freezer. But they will come handy during the winter...
kapijepaprike01092017.jpg
 
Peppers in pots are ripening faster these days...
Scotch Bonnet was just starting to turn the other day
scotchb01092017.jpg
 
Habanero... i think this one is crossed with Adjoema, similar taste, similar heat
habaneroadjoema01092017.jpg
 
This one is much hotter and a lot more fruitier.. reminds me a bit of Jolokia, but more towards the habanero's.....
hotpepperplant01092017.jpg
 
That's the one from two pics back.... it's delicious :)
adjoema01092017.jpg
 
adjoemab01092017.jpg

You're no slouch with your harvesting either my friend. :metal:

What's your use of choice for those plums? It's nice to see all that color in your chile garden after the rain and cold this spring. Keep 'em rolling Uros.

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Posted 03 September 2017 - 01:07 PM

I've picked some plums yesterday... they're tasty and pretty much everything that was left growing among the fruit trees when the frost hit during the spring...
plums01092017.jpg
 
Also picked a bunch of kapijas and some others... they're so juicy and thick walled it's a pity I have to put about half of them in the freezer. But they will come handy during the winter...
kapijepaprike01092017.jpg
 
Peppers in pots are ripening faster these days...
Scotch Bonnet was just starting to turn the other day
scotchb01092017.jpg
 
Habanero... i think this one is crossed with Adjoema, similar taste, similar heat
habaneroadjoema01092017.jpg
 
This one is much hotter and a lot more fruitier.. reminds me a bit of Jolokia, but more towards the habanero's.....
hotpepperplant01092017.jpg
 
That's the one from two pics back.... it's delicious :)
adjoema01092017.jpg
 
adjoemab01092017.jpg

You're no slouch with your harvesting either my friend. :metal:

What's your use of choice for those plums? It's nice to see all that color in your chile garden after the rain and cold this spring. Keep 'em rolling Uros.

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Posted 04 September 2017 - 04:38 AM

You're no slouch with your harvesting either my friend. :metal:

What's your use of choice for those plums? It's nice to see all that color in your chile garden after the rain and cold this spring. Keep 'em rolling Uros.

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Thanks Rick, I just got lucky plants were taken care by the weather :)

Well, we're eating them and will use some for a few jars of jam....

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 02:28 AM

All great pics, peppers, vegetables, mtb and all!

I have some similar plums, they produced at first like crazy but not many reached the end.



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Posted 16 September 2017 - 02:24 PM

All great pics, peppers, vegetables, mtb and all!

I have some similar plums, they produced at first like crazy but not many reached the end.

 

Thanks Giancarlo! Plums are all over by now and the only fruit (not counting peppers) that will need to be picked are a few apples.

 

 

Been trying to use as much peppers as I can lately... so I've been tasting them, putting them in sandwiches, on a pizza....

This Scotch Bonnet was delicious the other day....

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We made some burgers for lunch during the week....

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Sliced habanero inside... checked

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Quite good...

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Today I'm dehydrating some Cayenne's, Gochus and other milder ones for milder powder... there are a few hotter ones in there too.

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 05:14 PM

Yum, that burger is killer Uros!

 

Nice looking Bonnet, they're one of my favorites ;)

 

And good on ya for drying the goodies, rewards will last all winter long :P


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Posted 17 September 2017 - 01:28 PM

Yum, that burger is killer Uros!

 

Nice looking Bonnet, they're one of my favorites ;)

 

And good on ya for drying the goodies, rewards will last all winter long :P

 

Thanks Scott, it was good, just a little small :)

 

 

Lots of rain the last week... so mushrooms are really starting to pop out....

.... this is the result of our short walk through the woods today.... they smell so good....

 

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Posted 23 September 2017 - 12:56 PM

Been checking on some peppers while putting away some plants on the garden. Damn the fall came quickly this year, it's almost as if someone pulled the switch on 1st of september, it got cold and the weather changed... I'm putting away tomatos and some of the peppers. I used to do that in mid october....

 

potted peppers are under the roof beside that old house... they'll need to be picked soon

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nice loaded plant on the garden

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Rocoto got quite big, but I doubt it will get a chance to ripe... judging by the weather. Shit I had dirty hands from all the pulling...

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Posted 23 September 2017 - 05:59 PM

Nice pod pics! Hoping the Rocoto has the time :P

 

Dirty hands= a working persons hands ;)  I used to work on cars (for 25 years) I know dirty hands!


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Posted 26 September 2017 - 03:28 PM

Nice pod pics! Hoping the Rocoto has the time :P

 

Dirty hands= a working persons hands ;)  I used to work on cars (for 25 years) I know dirty hands!

 

I'm hoping for Rocoto to ripe too. I have another plant by my father in law, in a pot - that one will make it for sure.

Yeah I know dirty hands too, been working in logistics for a metal company a few years back and I've moved a lot of pieces, mostly soaked in anti corrosive solution, so dirty, oily hands is what I'm used to. Not so much these days, but I rarely use gloves and never use them on the garden. Especially I like the feeling of the soil in the spring :party:

 

Thanks for stopping by Scott.



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Posted 26 September 2017 - 03:37 PM

Took a few pictures yesterday evening... those are the pots at home.

 

Fatalii

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Habanero Red

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Habanero Orange

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and Scotch Bonnet

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 06:59 PM

Very nice, tsurrie! Looks like you'll have a nice harvest very soon!
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Posted 26 September 2017 - 07:03 PM

Beautiful pods Uros!

 

Mine are just getting their second wind. I have until we get a frost. Usually in mid January..or whenever mother nature decides ;)


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Posted 28 September 2017 - 05:39 AM

Sorry to hear the weather chilled for you so early Uros, but it looks like you got enough ripe pods for a decent harvest. I use the unripe pods in salsas, curries, spaghetti sauce and relishes... It's all good, eh?

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 07:18 AM

Thanks all for stopping by.

 

This was my yesterdays dinner.... scrambled eggs on onion with chanterelles, a bit of thyme, black pepper and a slice of gauda. Combined with a little habanero chocolate, that was awesome!

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Quite a kick in that little hab...

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Will have a harvest later today if time permits... cant wait to see those peppers piled up.

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