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Old 09-23-2013, 04:21 PM   #61
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Hey guys, here's the ghost pepper now, it has alot turning red and they are smoking hot. I picked 3 of them so far and made a jar of hot sauce. I only used 1 of them in the sauce and it's not to bad and has a good flavor, I'll give some of the rest away and freeze some.
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I love spicy foods. As far as it hurting coming out, I believe I have solved the mystery. I drink milkshakes afterward. I'll have some wings and hit up Sonic, after 8:00pm for the half price shakes, and it does the trick.
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If you know in advance that you're going to be eating something stupid hot, the best thing to do is eat bananas beforehand. They'll coat the lining of the stomach and innards to make it more bearable.

Nothing you can do about the ring sting, though. Peeing molten lava out your bum hole is never fun.
Great suggestions guys. Keep 'em coming. I'm really going to try this.
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Hey guys, here's the ghost pepper now, it has alot turning red and they are smoking hot. I picked 3 of them so far and made a jar of hot sauce. I only used 1 of them in the sauce and it's not to bad and has a good flavor, I'll give some of the rest away and freeze some.
I don't have any of mine turning red yet. been chilly out at night
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I don't have any of mine turning red yet. been chilly out at night
It's been cooling down here also but still close to 80 during the day.
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I got a couple of "ghosts" turning red.....man those babies look intimidating.
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I got a couple of "ghosts" turning red.....man those babies look intimidating.
It won't be long before they're bright red, I think I'll bring mine in my heated shop this winter and see if it will come back out earlier next year.
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It won't be long before they're bright red, I think I'll bring mine in my heated shop this winter and see if it will come back out earlier next year.
I never considered that. I didn't know they would keep over winter.
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I'm going to try it, my mom has some small hot peepers she bring in the house and she has them year round, not sure about the bigger ones like the ghost, here's the ones i picked the other day, they look wicked.
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I'm going to try it, my mom has some small hot peepers she bring in the house and she has them year round, not sure about the bigger ones like the ghost, here's the ones i picked the other day, they look wicked.
These are habaneros they get pretty hot especially late in the year.
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Just got back from the Datil Pepper Festival in St. Augustine.

http://www.datilpepperfestival.com/ (It was still going on today)

Not the hottest pepper out there, but one of my favorites. Sampled dozens of sauces, picked up some datil pickles and a couple of plants - mainly for the seeds so I can grow my own.

One of my family favorites is Red Devils; one lb ground beef browned and drained, one bell pepper & one onion (both diced and sauteed separately), two 10 ounce bottles of DatilDoIt pepper sauce, 4-6 ounces of Texas Pete, 3-4 tablespoons of crushed red peppers and 3 chopped Cayenne peppers. Simmer for about 45 minutes and put it in Pita pocket bread. Guaranteed to burn you twice. Mmmmmm
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These are habaneros they get pretty hot especially late in the year.
I had a few small ones that looked like the habs, but i have alot of bigger ones that haven't turned, these are the newest variety called the Carolina Reaper, they have stinger like point on the end of the pepper, here's a link to look at http://store.puckerbuttpeppercompany...rolina-reaper/
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Not all hot peppers but a few from the garden today still have tons on the plants and more blooms going but it's been too cool and humid for most to change color before they rot on the plants.
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Thanks. The peppers and tomatoes did great this year. 1st year I started them all from seed so I'm proud. I've given away 8 bunches like that already this year and there is still plenty more to go. Hard to keep up with them. All natural no pesticides or fertilizer.
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Haven't read all the posts in here b/c I'm lazy, but I grew some ghost peppers this summer and made pepper jelly and hot sauce. I've also got a lot of them that are dehydrated, b/c I didn't feel like making anymore jelly or sauce (like I said, I'm lazy). The ghost pepper itself, as well as the sauce, I'm sure can take rust off an old car, but the jelly is diluted enough to where it's edible. Cooking it all was a bitch...2-3 days later, anytime my fingers touched my mouth, it would burn for hours...and I was wearing gloves! Also, the first time I sautéed the peppers, I did it indoors..MISTAKE! I thought my g/f was gonna shoot me.
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hot sauce collage: (combination of chili, ghost, jalepeno, and habenero)


pics are from my instagram, along with my other gardening attempts (tomatoes, okra, cucumbers, purple hull peas, etc.) : zacharypaul89
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hot sauce collage: (combination of chili, ghost, jalepeno, and habenero)


pics are from my instagram, along with my other gardening attempts (tomatoes, okra, cucumbers, purple hull peas, etc.) : zacharypaul89
Nice looking hot sauce man, I cook my hot sauce outside on my gas grill and now letting some dry out to freeze.
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Nice looking hot sauce man, I cook my hot sauce outside on my gas grill and now letting some dry out to freeze.
Yeah, that's what I eventually had to do. As soon as the peppers got hot indoors, we were all coughing and crying haha. I learned a valuable lesson that day.
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