Tuesday, April 6, 2010

What's about for seed you ask.

Here's a recent purchase, an un-named variety of a long Cayenne type from a Fruit & Veg Shop near where we ate lunch in Black Rock and I'm hoping to recoup my 20 cents with a lot of seeds.

Our friend wants us to rate these chillies, but they aren't going near my mouth. Extracting seeds from these is bad enough as the fumes coming from the seeds when wet make my throat burn.

These are 'Red Romanian'.

I seeded my long Cayenne chilli, so it would seem it was a worthwhile venture for the 20 cents it cost.

These will warm up the cockles of your heart, but don't touch your eyes after washing seed as they burn badly. I got these as 'Thai Silk', but it's a name I cannot find anything on.

On the sweet side - Turkish Cappia Peppers on the left and Corno di Toro on the right.