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all of my favourite posters are changing their avatars, wth?

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WHO'S NEXT?! @Aqua Man ditches that Canadian Flag somebody gonna get hurt
 
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Never grown hatch chilies. This years peppers were variety cayenne so not super hot, typically I’ve grown jalapeños, and cayenne.
 
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Never grown hatch chilies. This years peppers were variety cayenne so not super hot, typically I’ve grown jalapeños, and cayenne.
these are similar to anaheim peppers, though they've been bred to produce more heat. The variety I have I'd wager are referred to as "Doublecross" or comparable. Spicy bastards for sure. But, there's nothing quite like the flavor after you roast em, peel em, and throw em in whatever dish.

The flavors mix well with just about anything and with them being hot, you can easily adjust the spiciness to your liking without too much trouble.

Can't guarantee the taste will be the same as there's something quite unique about the Hatch valley in NM that makes these chiles so legendary, but I'm gonna be trying to run some in rockwool over the winter once this run wraps up then outdoors next summer.

EDIT: you can buy packs of seeds here
 

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