Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Peppers A Plenty

Marconi Peppers
Whipped up a batch of Roasted Pepper Spread - not so sure I like it.
Will post recipe later this week.
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18 comments:

  1. Sounds yummy! And those colors are wonderful.

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  2. Yummy!

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  3. I'm impressed!! I've never whipped up a batch of any kind of spread lol!

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  4. Are these mild or hot? They remind me of ones we used to grow and we cannot find them anywhere or seeds now--all we get are hot and they were mild. Italian Gourmet is what they called them.

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  5. I love peppers hot or mild. I would loved to have tasted that spread

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  6. My husband planted these and now we have them in abundance...what now? LOL
    ~Carolyn

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  7. I could think of plenty of tasty ways to use those peppers. Wish I'd had some tonight to spice up our pasta. Looks as though you have a fabulous garden.

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  8. I love pepper based spreads- hope you share the recipe!

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  9. happy wordless wednesday! following your blog :)

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  10. Those peppers look delicious! Love the colors!

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  11. I was also wondering if they were hot or mild. I planted peppers this year, the plants died.
    Very colorful

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  12. Thank you for all the kind comments :-) The Marconi is not a hot pepper, in fact quite sweet at the red stage. Great in all types of dishes, salads or just as a crunchy snack! Will post the spread recipe later today. Have a Wonderful Wednesday and Thanks again!

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  13. Wow, what a great crop! We had some from our potted peppers but not nearly as nice!

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  14. What do you do with yours? My husband dried some last year but still have a bunch of those. We need a new plan this year!

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  15. Great looking peppers. It makes me want a garden again.

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