DevvMember Since 13 Feb 2013
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- Age 59 years old
- Birthday October 5, 1958
Tejas - (zone 9a)
Gardening, Hunting, Woodworking, Reloading
Escaped N.Y. in '78 with my wife,I have 2 kids and 5 since 1-18-16! grandchildren. Been gardening since '82. Spent 25 years as a mechanic/auto technician. In 99 I moved to IT work, working in AC is cool:)
I really miss my G-kids who moved to another town
Favorite Hot Pepper
Favorite Hot Sauce
Italian, Mexican, or sea food
Favorite BBQ Food
Brisket and sausage
Chili... Beans or No Beans?
Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
beer or R&C
Share a Recipe
2 28 oz. cans whole tomatoes, 2 or 3 garlic cloves finely diced. 1/2 cup carrots sliced @ 3/8" thick. 2 Jalapenos, 4 Serrano's, 3 habanero's.
pour off tomato juice and save. In blender 1/2 can at a time hit switch just enough to break up tomatoes, place in pot. Boil carrots about 12 min and drain. Boil peppers whole (remove stems) 20 minutes in 1" of water, make sure water doesn't boil off. Add remaining tomato juice, garlic, carrots and peppers (with liquid if not too much and liquify in blender. Mix everything and slowly bring to a boil, cook on low for 30-40 min. Let sit in fridge overnight before trying.
Habanero class, Poblano's, Jalapeno's, Cayenne's and bunches of others.
Wilds, it seems I need to give them a whirl:)