Congrats on the huge score at the fair
I know one type of Onion I planted is a Walla Walla, and the other is a Yellow, unknown at the moment because it pouring again. I would have to go out and look. Glad they're under the porch roof. 18+ inches since Labor day, and now probably close to 19"s.
The fans gave me a chuckle, mainly because I've been there with a "pepper kitchen".
Sounds like you're getting the rain we had at the end of August. My onion skins were so wet for so long before I harvested, that they had rotted where they came in contact with the soil. Now I know that I shouldn't leave them out so long when the tops die in those kind of conditions...
The sauce came out well, it was mostly my TS Yellow varieties and Douglahs with a few PDN x Bondas to make it an even 3 pounds of pods. The sauce is so thick I put it in wide-mouthed bottled to make it easier to spoon it out. It has a nice clean pepper flavor and a truly wicked creeping burn.
Next up is making up a triple batch of Jerk Rub tomorrow and packing it into 8 oz freezer containers to put away for the winter.
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