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In Topic: DaSauce 2018

Yesterday, 11:21 AM

MOA reds are looking nice but got a little algae on 2. They LOVE the fixture with the 6500K and 8000K bulb.




4 P. Dreadies are doing ok. Not as big as the MOA reds yet but i think they will be fine.




My MiraFlores Market rocoto is a tiny bit unhappy atm.



Aji Arnaucho are starting to get some real leaves.


In Topic: Bahamian Goat vs MOA Scotch Bonnet

Yesterday, 09:50 AM

I grew MOA yellows from CCN last year. REALLY liked the flavor. This year im trying MOA reds and P. Dreadie. I just made a hot sauce from the MOA yellow yesterday and even though its a bit early to tell, i think its one of the best tasting hab type sauces ive ever tried.

In Topic: Are Bonnie Mucho Nacho a stable hybrid?

Yesterday, 09:33 AM

I will be grabbing a couple seedlings from Lowes or Homedepot when they come in. Mucho Nacho is really up there on my list for jalapenos. Oddly all the big stores around here carry Bonnie plants and Burpee seeds BUT not one of them carries Biker Billy seeds which is pretty much Burpee only.

In Topic: Is this jalapeno?

Yesterday, 09:17 AM

I had some jalapenos turn out just like those. IIRC they were from my chichimeca jalapeno. Possibly in the very late season.

In Topic: MOA yellow sauce #1

23 March 2018 - 03:15 PM

150 gram MOA yellow seeds removed

50 gram Caribbean red with seeds

40 gram white onion

50 gram carrot

2 tsp minced garlic

15 gram piece of ginger left whole

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp sugar

5 allspice, 5 black peppercorn and 2 whole cloves ground

A dash of annatto

Roland dry white wine vinegar mixed 50/50 with water. Almost 2 cups total.


Ran it all through the Nutribullet first except the ginger. Normally i do that after cook down and cooling

Boil for 20min

Simmering now for about an hour.


Initial thoughts are its pretty damn hot but a little thin. Needs lime juice for sure.


Tossed 4 more MOAs in it just split in half.