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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Red Savina of 2004

It's still many weeks to harvest for most of our chile. The rainy and cold July wasn't what we wanted, and many of our plants haven't even started to bloom yet. Others have green chiles, and some of them are fine like that while others tastes better fully red. Some of those late plants are our Habañero Red Savinas, said to be the hottest chile in the world. Yeah, they are pretty hot. But not only that. They also have a very fruity flavour, and all the habañeros are easy to recognize. But here is a picture of what is to come. It's our Red Savina harvest of 2004! Not all of it, but the result of one day's harvest. We still have many chiles in the freezer since last year. Even though harvest was late (lousy summer last year too), we had a good result, especially from the different habañeros.

1 Comments:

At 11:59 PM, August 23, 2005, Blogger IndyFoodie said...

Hey Nikka,

You are going to make me sad...I use to live in Arizona and LOVE SPICE! I miss it!

Good luck and have fun with your blog!

 

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