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#1605613 Share Indoor Pubescens Experiences

Posted by Malarky on 14 January 2019 - 11:47 PM

My pubescens loved my basement.
-T12 or T8 lamps 12on/off
-Foliage Pro (weak mix)
-probably 60-65F during the winter
-fan oscillating

And I did my best to diddle every new flower with every other flower to really spread the pollen around.

#1604816 TheGreenChileMonster Fires Up The Weber Smokey Mountain

Posted by Malarky on 12 January 2019 - 08:58 AM

Havin a party? Seems like youre cooking for more than 3 this weekend

#1604080 New member

Posted by Malarky on 08 January 2019 - 07:32 PM

Itll probably taste 1% hotter

#1603996 What To Do with Ornamental Pods?

Posted by Malarky on 08 January 2019 - 01:09 PM

meh give em away. eat some. powder some. sauce em what ever.

#1603956 SB7J sauce ideas

Posted by Malarky on 08 January 2019 - 09:27 AM

A straight SB7J sauce sounds awesome, Malarky. I second (or third? lol) salsalady's idea. If you want to keep that SB7J flavor (or pretty close to it), I'd say to make some of AJ's purée recipe, add a little bit of onion and garlic, a dash of salt, and maybe even some roasted carrots (for sweetness). Then, thin it out with a mild vinegar (and water); like rice, white wine or champagne vinegar. Splash of agave nectar or honey. Boom. Man, I'm drooling, just thinking about that now, haha


Looking forward to pics! :cheers:

Are the pods red or yellow?

I like this! I've made AJ's puree and starting with that base sounds like a great idea.

My SB7J's were Reds from Bhuter, I believe

#1603759 SB7J sauce ideas

Posted by Malarky on 07 January 2019 - 01:13 PM

Hey all i need to clean out the freezer!

I've got about 8oz of frozen SB7J's that I'd like to make into a sauce that highlights the pepper.

I'd like it to be really hot and taste of SB7J, but I'd like it to be more than just a puree?

Use the whole 8oz of SB7J a good/bad idea?


What are your ideas?



fruit or not?

garlic/onion/shallot? all of it?


what do you think? thanks for your time

#1603737 Chokecherry, maybe rhubarb too...

Posted by Malarky on 07 January 2019 - 11:53 AM

montrachet yeast will take care of that mix just fine! All my homebrew tasted like hooch though. 

with the exception of my elderberry wine and my rhubarb wine.


if you want homebrew that doesn't taste like hooch, the prepackaged "kits" of grape juice that are ready made for fermenting are where its at.

and you really do get what you pay for when it comes to the juice.


good luck


Joy of Homewine Making -pretty standard book for homegrown fruits

#1601096 2019 the year of the Scotch Bonnet

Posted by Malarky on 28 December 2018 - 11:03 AM

I think you're really going to miss the SB7J...its got great color, a fantastic shape, and more heat that most if not all of the others on your list. 

#1600402 2019 the year of the Scotch Bonnet

Posted by Malarky on 24 December 2018 - 07:23 PM

Actually the p dreadie was the first bonnet variety that got my attention and it's the one that hit me with the bonnet virus. It is also the first variety that I ordered. But I'm afraid this order must have gotten lost somewhere in the mail. It's been a month since I ordered it and it still hasn't arrived...

You shouldnt have to Order Dreadie seeds...ill Mail you some of mine (questionable pheno), if Dale or
someone else doesnt chime in

#1600276 2019 the year of the Scotch Bonnet

Posted by Malarky on 24 December 2018 - 09:52 AM

no BahaGoat?

#1599489 Yucateco green habanero sauce...but better

Posted by Malarky on 20 December 2018 - 09:47 AM

seems to me like yellow #5 and Blue #1 makes neon green

my 2cp

#1598151 yellow 7pot hot sauce

Posted by Malarky on 13 December 2018 - 08:56 PM

Hello my friends !
who out there makes and sells a hot sauce using yellow 7pot ?

I'm not sure if he's selling it, Frank, but "Crispee-FL" (member here) makes a killer 7 Pot Bajan style Mustard sauce. I know that he was trying to get his hot sauce company launched a few months ago. Definitely worth giving him a shout, if you ask me. Dude makes some great sauces



Crispee shared a recipe with me he called 7pot Sunshine.
Scotchbonnets,Yellow 7s, and mustard played a role. Pretty tasty
I liked the mustard but it wasnt too much

#1596022 Another Wisconsinite

Posted by Malarky on 01 December 2018 - 04:31 PM

Hey-o from Madison

#1594930 Quick Hot Peppers For Zone 5b/Lake Michigan Area Wisconsin

Posted by Malarky on 24 November 2018 - 05:54 PM

Im growing in madison and do just fine. Start indoors before March 1st. The super duper hot pods could start earlier. But most everything will do just fine. 5-7ga pots/or rootbags. If you give them too much rootzone theyll take longer.

Good luck

#1594173 Can I grow chili pepper plants directly in my lawn?

Posted by Malarky on 19 November 2018 - 08:58 PM

If you dont mind sacrificing a small circle of your lawn you should just look into fabric pots.
Your plant will be happier...you can fill it with good high quality medium and ferts. Rain wont be nearly as big an issue than if you planted on clay.

Chiles, in clay, in PA...doesnt sound like a good idea to me