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The 10th Annual Hot Pepper Awards Winners Announced!


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#1449891 Lingham's Hot Sauce

Posted by mr.turtle on 24 April 2017 - 03:51 AM

Yeah i meant grilled cheese. I apoligize but my bad teeth and horrendous over bite make it difficult for us lot to pronounce it that way. :)

To be more precise you need a load of fresh oregano and about 4 or 5 lemon drops whilst using this sauce to get the full effect.

#1449323 Lingham's Hot Sauce

Posted by mr.turtle on 22 April 2017 - 04:11 PM

Can confirm tastiness. goes really well with cheese toasties imo.


Could easily get through a bottle of that in under a week.


i really have to order some of it now,

#1448864 Peter peppers

Posted by mr.turtle on 21 April 2017 - 05:10 AM

I tried growing the peter one year. Was a really nice chilli seemed like it would dry really well and was reasonably prolific.


However none really grew to the shape i was expecting so i was a little dissapointed. Only planted 3  or 4 though so could have just been i managed to get the ones that would be slightly off anyway or none of my seeds were the best pheno.


Unfortunately even though i had seeds leftover it didn't make the cut for this years grow.

#1448859 chillimas

Posted by mr.turtle on 21 April 2017 - 04:24 AM

I would just like to take this time to say hello and wish everyone goid luck on this glorious season that is chillimas.

F.y.i chillimas lasts all summer gets overwintered and annoys the hell out of anybody who doesn't like chilli.

#1012645 Location means everything for peppers doesn't it?

Posted by mr.turtle on 29 June 2014 - 04:39 AM

Going back over my pictures of grows from other years this morning I noticed how even slightly different places in the same country can have a drastic difference (UK btw).


My moms conservatory used to be great for growing in, all my supers were starting to pod up nicely by early may. Moved out into a nearby town recently, where I'm growing mostly in a greenhouse and garden, and now have almost nil pods of my supers.


Although I suppose that could be part of the learning curve with a new place.


Only thing that's going really well for the moment is my super chillies................. pffft.