. . . I think I may have to reward myself w/ an Old Fashioned apple fritter on the way back into the city.
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Posted May 15th 2008, 3:22pm
Just found a link to Burpee's newest habanero hybrid, which unfortunately for me is sold out! It's apparently a true habanero - but with only 100 scoville units: terrific for someone like me who loves the flavor of these little peppers, but hates the pain. Anybody see these around anywhere?

I thought this thread would also be a good place to start talking about interesting varieties of edible plants LTHers have discovered along the way: for instance, per the cilantro discussion on another thread, I just found Delfino Cilantro at Meineke's (didn't find any rau rom, but am poking around for it and will probably buy seed for next year) and duly added it to the back 40. It's a fernleaf version, but just as tender and flavorful as the standard variety, maybe slightly more fragrant. It does bolt, so I'll keep you posted on whether it lasts longer than the flatleaf.


Posted May 20th 2008, 3:53pm
Interesting. But it sure doesn't LOOK like a habanero!

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q ... ages&gbv=2

The best habanero-ish fruity flavor I've ever tasted—and with ZERO heat— was in the roccotillo, seeds for which I got from Jean Andrews long ago. I ultimately let the line die out, but this year I'm trying the aji dulce from Solana Seeds, which looks (and sounds) like the genuine roccotillo:


It's habanero flavor on steroids, with a bit of sweetness. Wonderful pepper!



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Posted May 22nd 2008, 12:40pm
not too odd but I like the Biker BIlly Jalapenos from Burpee. Monster size pepper with really good heat

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Posted May 22nd 2008, 2:38pm
I've also been pleased with the Biker Billy: prolific, good heat -- unusual for a Jala this size, and the size helps them hold up well when charred on the grill.

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Posted May 26th 2008, 2:02pm
Last summer I grew Mustard Habaneros and Fatali peppers which I bought from Marianna's Seeds.

The Mustard Habs were smoky-sweet, but with great heat true to the Habanero line. The Fatalis were conical, yellow-orange in color and crinkly. They have a flavor similar to a Habanero, fruity but with big heat.

They grew slowly, and the yield was lower than I was expecting, but probably due to not enough intense sun & heat.

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