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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards ACCEPTING ENTRIES!

D3monic

Member Since 10 May 2014
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 08:49 PM

#1506334 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 22 November 2017 - 01:14 AM

This time around I smoked the salt, minced onion and garlic over some alderwood for a few minutes. I think apple would have been a better choice (didn't have any). Alder was too strong. Still tastes good but it detracts from the other flavors. 




#1506310 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 21 November 2017 - 11:32 PM

Making some more green skull and sweet thai

 

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lots of crushed hogsweed for a little more kick and 3 d3 goat peppers

 

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and now we wait while it simmmers

 

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Nice and thick, good color

 

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Took labels to printer down the street, cost me $0.53 a sheet. Not too bad at all. First place I went only had laser and refused to use my sheets but the one right next to where I get my hair cut had an inkjet. Turned out really nice. 

 

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Only ran half the sauce through the food mill, a lot thicker and greener than last batch. More roasted floaties which I wanted too

 

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Sweet thai

 

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Time to relax

 

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#1506307 D3monic's Crossing Project/Community Grow

Posted by D3monic on 21 November 2017 - 11:14 PM

Yes, absolutely! I am mainly interested in trying to grow the biggest fattest super hot but would love to help on any crosses you're working on as well.

That's an excellent idea to expedite the process, ill try and track down your Glog during downtime at work tomorrow.

I've got a Glog as well if you'd like to check it out. It's mainly over wintering a few peppers and trying to grow a few Kratky hydro style. Mainly looking for other people with the passion to share experiences and expertise with.

 

This is what Sentenced to burn and I are doing as well. Since he's in kiwi land our seasons are opposite so can halve the amount of time it takes to stabilize something. 




#1506057 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 20 November 2017 - 06:48 PM

Jug O garlic chili sauce. Yum!

 

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#1505742 D3monic's Crossing Project/Community Grow

Posted by D3monic on 18 November 2017 - 05:47 PM

hail aside they're off to a great start. I wouldn't worry too much about the pale yellow. Not sure how much variability will be in f4 but assuming that most the remaining plants will be pretty similar. 




#1505669 Sweety drops - not so hot :-)

Posted by D3monic on 18 November 2017 - 01:08 AM




#1505568 Cross Breeding question

Posted by D3monic on 17 November 2017 - 03:10 PM

I use the methods blackfatali mentioned. Annum x chinense should be pretty easy. Maybe instead bell I'd look at candidates like aleppo, poblano ect. Either way your results might be far from what you picture. I crossed Caribbean red hab with Aji Amarillo and ended up with a tiny pepper. F2 would be your largest genetic variation and where you will most likely find the plant you're looking for


#1505494 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 17 November 2017 - 03:16 AM

Sauce sounds great, but looks better!
 
Label really compliments the colours, very aesthetically pleasing. 
 
I think the alternative doll would scare people out of eating the sauce :rofl:
 
Keep up the good work, although I don't really have to say it, do I? You'll do it anyway ;) :D


Lol thanks 😂 I might use the other doll on the batch with D3 goat red. Would be a really hot sauce.


#1505489 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 17 November 2017 - 12:45 AM

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Was a toss up between that voodoo doll and this one

 

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#1505476 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 16 November 2017 - 08:49 PM

Latest batch 

 

D3 Goat, not a 7pot yellow, half a orange pepper, lots of lime, ginger, garlic, a mango, toasted cumin, onion and garlic, red onion, carrot kosher salt, raisins, mustard powder, apple cider vinegar, brown sugar and cane vinegar.  

 

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Pretty thick

 

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made 10 bottles 

 

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Really hot, my hottest sauce i've made so far. 




#1505378 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 16 November 2017 - 04:53 AM

Put the mango in #2 and it's like Pickapeppa.


Was kind of picturing something similar


#1505367 First hot sauce attempt

Posted by D3monic on 16 November 2017 - 01:11 AM

I could eat roasted garlic like candy


#1505361 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 15 November 2017 - 11:58 PM

Leaning toward these two recipes :

 

Recipe 1:  D3 Goat, Carrot, red onion, garlic, ginger, toasted cumin, mango , mustard, copious amounts of lime, kosher salt and apple cider vinegar

 

Recipe 2. D3 Goat, raisins, red onion, garlic, cumin,brown sugar, lime, (maybe mango?) , kosher salt, smaller amount of mustard, smoked onion and garlic, clove if I have any and cane vinegar. 




#1505337 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 15 November 2017 - 09:22 PM

Sent you some labels to fool around with. Should be there in next couple of days.

 

Labels came in today, thank you. Look forward to seeing how these work out. 




#1505329 D3 Pepper Products

Posted by D3monic on 15 November 2017 - 08:42 PM

Forgot to mention vinegars on hand. Edited to add in vinegar. 

 

 

Don't think i've ever had one. Maybe i'll save that for a really small test batch one day. 

 

Things I  have on hand and contemplating on.  (writing down to help me think but open to suggestions)

 

Fruits: Mango, Raisins, pomegranate , limes.

 

Veggies: red onion, Garlic, Carrots, Ginger, Green onion, Vidalia onion, white onion. 

 

Spices: Thyme, toasted cumin, alder smoked onion and garlic, kosher salt, black pepper, white pepper, mustard powder, turmeric. 

 

Peppers: Jalapeno, poblano, serrano, D3 Goat, omni bonnet (fermenting), Aji Painapple (fermenting), White bhut and white bullet habs on hold for the white lightning sauce, Lots of sugar rush pods, not 7pot yellow (fleshy and medium heat), lots of mixed baccatums but can't picture in a hot sauce and a mixed bag of off pheno jays peach ghost scorpion and other pods. 

 

Vinegar: Apple Cider Vinegar, Datu Puti (cane vinegar) , Cherry Balsamic, Rice wine vinegar, distilled vinegar, mengazzoli wine vinegar, red wine vinegar, plain balsamic. 

 

I think the el scorponero orange would have been a good candidate for a baja style sauce. I'll have to keep that in mind for next year for sure.