We've got two small batches dehydrated so far and they're currently in a tight shaker jar. If we continue to get more and the bushes grow any (they seem stunted from this weird weather we had) then I will have to use @Ridgerunner 's suggestion on powdering it and storing in a tight canning jar.
I'm hoping to learn some tips from folks here as this is the first time in probably five years I've dehydrated Habanero peppers and would love a better way to store them. The plants just started really putting on peppers so every few days I hope to be picking them and putting some up- the first...
Some thoughts/experiences on what’s been happening:
Gas is anywhere from $1.25 to $1.71 around here lately. Wonder if it will drop to under a dollar- last time I saw that was probably 14 years ago passing through North Carolina on a trip.
We noticed a huge uptick in my husband’s online sales for...
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A big, friendly welcome from Alabama, USA. We are so glad to have you!:welcome
I'm not sure how they would do for you but I can see if he has any seed - I know a few years back he had deer and surprisingly coyotes tear through a patch. If he does, I'll try and get more and send a few your way if you'd like. I still have to get with him on corn seed anyways.
This may be a bit late as I happened to just see the thread- but we're going to suggest the hometown favorite that's now made it into some big seed catalogs. A variety named the Clay County Yellowmeat (alternately Yellow Meat) was developed here in our county and it's DELICIOUS! It's such an...