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It hit 100 degrees in Phoenix today, first time this year :( ... While 1/2 this forum is worried about frost dates I have the opposite problem. Have a feeling its gonna be a hot... Updated 21 Apr · 1 comments

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  • Birthday September 1, 1985
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    Phoenix, AZ
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    Can lick my own elbow... Can you?

Food Stuff

  • Favorite Hot Pepper
    For what?
  • Favorite Hot Sauce
  • Favorite Food
    Buffalo Wings
  • Favorite BBQ Food
    Pulled Pork
  • Favorite BBQ Sauce
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    Jamaican Jerk Rub

    * 1 bunch of green onions
    * ~1/2 a small onion
    * 1-10 scotch bonnet peppers as desired for heat (habaneros or other superhots can be substituted, adjust to your own heat tolerance)
    * 1 1/2 T allspice (a.k.a pimento - fresh whole berries are supposed to be best, ground will also work though)
    * 1 T fresh thyme (or 1 teaspoon dried thyme)
    * ~1/2 inch fresh ginger root
    * 3 cloves of garlic
    * 1 T salt
    * 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
    * 2 T of brown sugar
    * Juice of 1 lime (can substitute a couple T of vinegar)
    * 2 T soy sauce
    * 2 T olive or vegetable oil
    * (optional - lots of people get creative and add mango or pineapple, black pepper, etc)

    Basically just throw everything into a blender or food processor and grind it up until its a thick paste. Makes about 1.5 cups. Avoid the temptation to add more liquid for easier blending, you want it thick so it sticks to the meat.

    Now liberally coat the meat you want to jerk (I always use chicken thighs/drumsticks) and throw them on the grill or smoker. Cook offset or on low heat. You know its ready when the rub turns from green to black.

Growing Stuff

  • Grow List
    Aji Yellow (AjiJoe)
    Chocolate habanero (KJ)
    Jamaican Hot Chocolate (Semillas)
    Scotch Bonnet
    Red cherry
    Bhut Jolokia (Semillas - type 2)
    Brain strain (Semillas)
    7 Pot Yellow (Judy - large variety)
    7 pot red (Romy6)
  • Seeds Available For Trade
    Red Bhut Jolokia
    (all open pollinated)
  • Seeds Wanted
    TS Morouga Blend,
    Douglah, (or other non-naga related gnarly chocolate pods)
    Carolina Reaper,
    Paper Lantern,
    Peach Bhut/ghost,
    Naga Morich,
    Bubblegum 7Pod,
    Yellow Bouquet
    Any upward pointing chinense,
    Herloom Chimayo
    Numex Big Jim Heritage
    Jimmy nardello
    Judy's stuffing scotch bonnets
    Any highly prolific sweet/mild peppers with good flavor

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