Hooray, Tam is back. Barbara Jean has done a great job while you were away but we missed you.
I am sure I have mentioned this before but my family loves hot, spicy foods. We eat foods from many different cultures and often add more spice to them.
This year in my garden I grew two pepper plants which I don't have names for. They were just called garden peppers. I clipped a bunch of them to dry. My son tried one, just the tip mind you, and he declared it to be the hottest pepper he has ever tasted. Oooh. Do tell?
There are some long skinny ones and some little bulbous ones.I also planted some heirloom tomatoes. These are yellow cherry tomatoes that are so sweet and juicy and they are still producing right along with the peppers. They look a little green here but they are yellow, with the exception of a couple reds in there.
I can't wait to cook with these hot babies. A spicy chili. A curry with heat. Some tingling hot Thai. Don't worry, I will warn you if I use them. Oh I don't think I will be using 3 or more of them in anything. Whew.