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Old 09-19-2014, 10:09 PM #41
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I like to grow a few Caribbean red hot. They are down on the list by Jamaican peppers but they are still plenty hot. They have very good flavor so I use them for Chile and scrambled eggs. My neighbor tried to eat a small piece raw and almost set his tongue on fire. LOL
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The reaper is a step below military pepper spray... probably shouldn't be cooked without using a respirator mask with eye protection and neoprene gloves LOL
Lol, I just noticed that your avatar looks like you just ate one...although it should be redder in the face with some smoke coming out your ears.

@ Maynard...those poppers sound good.
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poppers what are those? hoping to hear more! That other recipe sounds good too!
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Peppers stuffed with cheesy goodness
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sounds great but if more than peppers and cheese I would appreciate a recipe. thanks!
I have found a whole new love for hot peppers from growing them this year, jalapenos and serranos (so similar superfically to jalepenos I don't know the difference) and thai... and some mix I grew as well... so many flavors and new ways to set my tongue on fire and sweat my face off while enjoying new flavors... so inexplicably appealing!
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serranos can be up to 2.5x as hot as a jalapeno - and are at their peak when red. They have a much sweeter flavor - similar to a red bell pepper...where as a jalapeno has a more green flavor.

The heat they produce is different as well - the jalapeno hit you more in the gut - where the serrano is more on the tongue and mouth without much feel in the stomach...

At least that's been my experience with them...



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sounds great but if more than peppers and cheese I would appreciate a recipe. thanks!
I have found a whole new love for hot peppers from growing them this year, jalapenos and serranos (so similar superfically to jalepenos I don't know the difference) and thai... and some mix I grew as well... so many flavors and new ways to set my tongue on fire and sweat my face off while enjoying new flavors... so inexplicably appealing!
Ehhhh.... recipes. Not so big on those. Just google poppers, there's a few hundred variations to flick through. Many use bacon, though I'm not sure why. I never thought I'd say this outloud, but many things are better without bacon. Orange juice for starters.

Cream cheese and garlic are always a win. 50/50 if you're a alliumphile, roasted or not. Not has more bang.
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sounds great but if more than peppers and cheese I would appreciate a recipe. thanks!
The poppers I was referring to are the ones in Useful Idiots recipe in post #38. I love poppers.
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Ehhhh.... recipes. Not so big on those. Just google poppers, there's a few hundred variations to flick through. Many use bacon, though I'm not sure why. I never thought I'd say this outloud, but many things are better without bacon. Orange juice for starters.

Cream cheese and garlic are always a win. 50/50 if you're a alliumphile, roasted or not. Not has more bang.
What?!? I dip my bacon in orange juice regularly...
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