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Kappy

Member Since 15 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 20 2014 09:03 PM
Well it's been a while! Now that the weather has picked up here, I've been gardening like crazy! My peppers that hated me before due to the bad weather are showi... Updated 11 May · 3 comments

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  • Member Title Mild
  • Age 28 years old
  • Birthday April 14, 1989
  • Real Name
    Kaitlin
  • Gender
    Female Female
  • Location
    Cleveland, OH
  • Interests
    Artsy things, gardening, nature, music, video games

Food Stuff


  • Favorite Hot Pepper
    Sweet Pickle Pepper
  • Favorite Hot Sauce
    Still unsure
  • Favorite Food
    Sushi! Spicy tuna roll to be exact, the spicier the better :)
  • Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
    Milk
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    Habanero Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts (perfect appetizer or snack)

    What you'll need:

    1 pound bacon
    2 (8 ounce) cans water chestnuts
    3/4 cup packed brown sugar
    1 tablespoons mayonnaise
    1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
    3/4 cup ketchup
    Toothpicks
    1 Habanero pepper or whichever pepper you'd like to use depending on the heat that you'd like


    Directions:
    Take the toothpicks and let them soak in a cup of water for 45 min to a hour. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Cut the package of bacon in half (or if you're a true bacon fiend, you can leave it whole) and wrap one piece of bacon around a water chestnut and do this until you've used up all your ingredients. Place a tooth pick through the wrapped morsels and place on a baking sheet. Bake in the oven for 15-20 min. While that's baking, mix together the brown sugar, mayo, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, and finely chopped habanero together (use as little or as much as you want for the heat). Take out the baking sheet from the oven and place all of the bacon water chestnut bites onto dry paper towel to remove some of the grease. Also clean up the baking pan or dish of grease. Place all the bites back onto the baking sheet, and pour the sauce mixture you made all over them, then pop the baking sheet back into the oven for 30-40. Take out, let cool, enjoy! :)

Growing Stuff


  • Grow List
    Jalapeno
    Red Cayenne
    Peruvian White Habanero
    Hungarian Hot Wax
    Explosive Ember
    Pretty Purple
    Fish Pepper
    Sweet Pickle Pepper
    Thai Hot
    Mini Belle
    Tabasco
    Prairie Fire
    Bolivian Rainbow
    Early Jalapeno
    Zimbabwe Bird
    Bulgarian Carrot
    Golden Nugget
    Garden Sunshine
  • Seeds Available For Trade
    Medusa Ornamental Pepper
    Chilly Chilli Ornamental Pepper

    More to come!
  • Seeds Wanted
    Any compact type pepper plant not mentioned on my list. I'm also looking for tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuces, spinaches, herbs, okra, lima beans, essentially just other veggies to try out in the garden.

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