Monday, August 4, 2008

sweet & spicy

our first peppers of the season


Rio Arriba said...

Very nice. Looks like chili-makin' time!

My banana peppers are producing well right now, but the jalopeƱos are a little slow. I should have some ready to pick in about a week. The yellow squash is going crazy, and is it ever good!

BobG said...

Time for pico de gallo.

smith kaich jones said...

Soooo good for your immune system. Keeps ya healthy & happy.


phlegmfatale said...

I'll bet they were as delicious as they were lovely! :)

Glenn Bartley said...

I'll bet they were delicious too, or soon will be so. Enjoy them.

Funny, but those are the two types of peppers I have growing this year. I only have one sweet banana pepper plant as our newest dog dug out the others. She seems over that now and has restircted her digging to two spots under saome bushes that seem none the worse for the abuse. I also have about 4 or 5 Jalepeno Pepper plants (then again one of them could be a Habanero, I got some of the hot ones from my brother-in-law, and he has both tyes).

First hot one I had was kind of mild, so when I had the second one tonight man was I surprised when it was fiery hot. Mmm good, especially sprayed with oil, rolled in salt/pepper and lotrs of garlic powder and grilled. I did the same to some yellow tomatoes I have. Great combo.

Enjoy your garden's bounty.

All the best,
Glenn B