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    Hot pepper peeps come in her(e)

    So, I have no idea wtf kind of pepper the one on the right is. Going back to May, we planted several types of peppers in our garden; some Hungarian Wax peppers (pictured on the left), some Cayennes (all picked and done for for the year), some Habaneros, and some mystery peppers (presumably the one on the right).

    It's shorter, rounder, and less wrinkled than the Hungarian wax, and has a different cap. Any ideas?
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    so much code.

    it's a banana pepper.
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    Hmm...are either of those suitable for makin' chili?

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    Creaky got it.

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    The ring of fire has been determined.

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    I have a bag of caribbean reds at home. I want to make some hot sauce out of them.

    I have a quart of hot sauce made from the same type peppers from last year and have used about two tablespoons worth. Yep, they are that hot.
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    Yeah, looks like your average banana pepper. I made some pickled peppers out of some jalapenos, banana peppers and some scotch bonnets. I'm excited to see what they come out like.

    When I was processing those, I found a jar of pickled peppers from 2 years ago. Jalapenos, bananas, and cherry peppers, with maybe a serrano or two thrown in. Gonna eat them this weekend. Expecting some good fire.
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    Hmmmm I thought this was a posting about hot peppers
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    still not figgering on biggering

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    We have one of these in the garden too
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pequin_pepper
    How the hell it got there, I don't know.

    So, what's the best way to grow peppers? The past few years, we've just gone to a garden center and bought flats of live plants, but those haven't turned out well.

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