Super Devil Chili Peppers
09/05/2023 Tuesday 73-94F Cloudy
We bought six cayenne pepper plants online this Spring, but until several months later they started to fruit, we realized that five out of the six were actually jalapeños. Except for daily watering, some necessary fertilizing and weeding, basically we left them alone to Mother of Nature. With abundant sun and freedom, they fruited happily and obtained a super hot taste--We grilled four chilis last weekend, after the first small bite, in an instant, both Michael's face and neck turned red. It's so hot that we lost our courage to take a second bite!
But more and more chilis are getting ripe now. What shall we do with them?