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Hatfield

Member Since 11 Jul 2019
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In Topic: First attempt with my own peppers, louisiana style with a kick

25 July 2019 - 02:22 PM

Add your lime juice after it cools. I let mine set several days before making any adjustments. Flavors change quite a bit aging in the fridge. One of my favorite cheap local sauces is mostly cayenne with a hint of habs in it. Thats a fermented sauce though. Vinegar is only added later for pH adjustment.

 

I made my first peach sauce the other day. Only used a few ounces of fresh peach and a little honey. Apricot is good also. If color is a concern just take care when cooking it down or the sugars will start to caramelize.

 

 

Thank you for the tips!   I noticed the lime juice coming through stronger than i'd hoped after sitting for a couple days.  I hadn't thought about adding apricots, they're in droves at the fruit stands here.


In Topic: Jedisushi06 2019 grow. The pepper strikes back.

25 July 2019 - 02:34 AM

Your garden is looking great!!!  Wish I could have made Telluride, i enjoyed the hell out of it on couch tour though.  Looking forward to St. Augustine and Pensacola :)

 

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In Topic: Greeting from California!

17 July 2019 - 12:54 AM

First year growing ghosts, reapers and mustard habs for me also.  Getting some decent pulls and looking forward to making some really hot sauces.  Hope all yours fruit well!

 

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