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Old May 24, 2018   #1
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We need a pepper porn thread, tomatoes can't have all the fun. Post pics of plants and peppers for everyone to enjoy.

I'll start with Primo 7 Pot peppers picked today. They look knarly with that tail but I think I should've waited till the tail was red to be dead ripe.

I also noticed after I took the pic that the stems are twisted, that might be a sign of danger.
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Old May 25, 2018   #2
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Great thread, I hope you dont mind that I threw in some photos of what I like to do with the peppers.


Corno Di Toro Giallo













Jalapeno











These were hard to grow with the bacon on them, Bacon Jalapeno seeds are hard to find.






Tabasco










Ripening Poblanos for the smoker










Ghost Chili










Poblano, Datil Jalapeno, Anaheim











Datil Pepper Salt and Habanero Salt









Fire Roasted, smoked, Dehydrate poblano








Bell Peppers

























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Old May 25, 2018   #3
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Awesome pics and nice varieties you have growing!!!

Those food pics are making me hungry, Keep Posting!!!!
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This is 'Yum Yum' and apparently it is!
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Great thread, I hope you dont mind that I threw in some photos of what I like to do with the peppers.


Corno Di Toro Giallo













Jalapeno











These were hard to grow with the bacon on them, Bacon Jalapeno seeds are hard to find.






Tabasco










Ripening Poblanos for the smoker










Ghost Chili










Poblano, Datil Jalapeno, Anaheim











Datil Pepper Salt and Habanero Salt









Fire Roasted, smoked, Dehydrate poblano








Bell Peppers

























Would there be some food recipes from those hot peppers?
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Old May 25, 2018   #6
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I'm still planting pepper plants...I'm shooting for 3 rows 1 sweet/bell, 1 Aji /Japanese. 1 hot /superhot, 55 in each row...
First 2 rows are done, just need to finish hots/superhot.

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Old May 28, 2018   #7
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Care to share the Ghost Chili recipe? Thanks!
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Nice!I assume at least SOME of these are from last year.This years are just starting to flower.

From last year.
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We need a pepper porn thread, tomatoes can't have all the fun. Post pics of plants and peppers for everyone to enjoy.

I'll start with Primo 7 Pot peppers picked today. They look knarly with that tail but I think I should've waited till the tail was red to be dead ripe.

I also noticed after I took the pic that the stems are twisted, that might be a sign of danger.
Twisted stems. Like a Hershey's Kiss Pop a couple in your mouth and let me know please
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Would there be some food recipes from those hot peppers?
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Care to share the Ghost Chili recipe? Thanks!

Ill post a link to my cooking site,

Hope this is allowed....


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Thanks for the great pics and recipes.
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Ill post a link to my cooking site,

Hope this is allowed....


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Hey Squib! Love that you have a cooking site, with during, smoking ANDsous vide!! I've been working on my pastrami game for a few years! Right now I have a corned beef flat that I soaked a few hours, then rubbed, then smoked and plan to finish sous vide, a variation on a Kenji version on Seriouseats. Any thoughts about smoking before vs after sous vide?

I think you say;

(skip the cooking part if making pastrami) then

"Preheat smoker to 150° Place the Seasoned corned beef in the GOSM. Smoke at 150° for up to 7 hours rest for 30 minutes (use the AMNPS and an electric hot plate if there's a problem keeping temps, also use ice in the water pan and change as needed",

but since I've already smoked about three hours ( didn't check temp) , then chilled, I'm wondering about finishing sous vide.


Some say smoke before, for a bit more smoked flavor. Kenji smokes after, for convenience. Some say smoke after to preserve the bark.

I'm just deep diving your site, so forgive me if it's already there.

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Rajun, nice primo's. Super hot. I grew them once just to look at.

Sqwibb, those are nice pictures. Love that loaded Jalapeño plant. I want to
smoke peppers one day, all I have right now is a gas grill.

I have no ripe peppers yet.

First picture is Jimmy Nardello's, 2nd Zapotec Jalapeño, 3rd Aji Arnaucho, 4th Criolla
de Cocina, 5th Aji Amarillo Grande, 6th Aji Limo Rojo.
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Old June 4, 2018   #14
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roper2008 nice plants and good selection you have going.

Check into this company to use your gas grill as a smoker. http://www.amazenproducts.com/
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Ill post a link to my cooking site,

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Maybe I see bad, but the recipes to match those pictures I did not find in
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