It's Hot {august break}


These are so gosh darn hot and we have no idea what to do with them.......

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  1. Don't ask me! I'm NOT a hot pepper fan!

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  2. Well, my husband takes the red ones and stings them together and hangs them out to dry. When they are all dry he crushes them up. That gives us crushed red pepper all winter long! I'm sure you could do the same with those?

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  3. OH oh, ask me, I love them!
    Pickle those babies with some vinegar, then you can use the vinegar to season cooked greens or beans or well, lot of things, then just munch on the peppers. I know you don't like hot things Karen so you may just have to leave these for your husband. My husband isn't a fan either which always means more for me :)

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  4. They look amazing! Tracey's idea sounds really good.
    Take care
    Linda

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  5. LOL..I'm with Donna! But drying them sounds like kind of a neat-o idea. Controlled hotness!

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  6. Mmm...I love hot peppers. Top burgers, put them in chili or spaghetti.

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  7. Salsa! I like fresh salsa...tomato, onion, peppers, garlic, cilantro and lime juice. Maybe a little salt. You don't even need to cook it.

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  8. Depending on the kind, you could char them on the grill, remove the skins (with gloves) chop and use in dishes throughout the year. Or pickle them like Tracey suggested.

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  9. these are beautiful!!!
    a touch added to salsa...plus i love tracey's idea :)

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  10. So, I've looked at the suggestions, and they all sound great. However, in the great Southern tradition of we pickle everything, I'm with Tracey. I use the vinegar in my chili and salsa and it's awesome!

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