End of growing season jalepenős...
BBQ and hot peppers are inseparable in Texas, so I posted this in Q-talk.
My end of season jalapeńos are, once again, hotter than hell. I just made some chicken bombs -- my mouth is on fire, and I am sweating profusely. They were moist, tender and tasted great, but they packed some ridiculous heat.
I gave a couple chicken bombs to my neighbor, who is also family. I just called and left her a warning message. I hope she gets it before she eats one.
I don't know why, but my end of season japs are small, and hot enough to make my Mexican friends call them too hot. Look out Carlos, I'm going to light your Mexican ass up tomorrow. Well, actually, your ass will be burning the day after tomorrow. My ass will be burning tomorrow.
Someday I will figure this whole hot pepper thing out. But, for now, my pepper plants never fail to surprise me.
How do you farkers who grow your own peppers manage the heat from Spring to Autumn? I had some japs in June that tasted like bell peppers. Now I have japs I can't smell without coughing.