Salsa time again

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  1. dbcooper

    dbcooper Well-Known Member

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    This batch is everything from the garden except for the onions

    The little jalapenos were pretty hot this time:D
     
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    Very nice. I feel your chopping pain.
     
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    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :)
     
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    Our Salsa time will be a bit later this year..wish I had your peppers, can't find hot ones any more.
     
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    I'm growing some Scorpion Peppers. If I get any I'll send ya some. Just remind me if you see a post.
     
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    ain't that the truth.
    They have screwed up the Jalepenos in the stores. The have weakend over the years.
    They are not hot at all. They are supposed to be 5000 Scoville but the ones I've been buying are no where near that. My little ones in my garden, aren't the biggest, but they are turning out plenty warm.
    I still add a dash of cayenne pepper to mine to bump it a tad.
    I have to do that when Mrs DB has her back turned!!:eek::D
     
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    You gonna can any of that there salsa?
     
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    no, this is a small batch of just 3 quarts

    Two weeks ago, I put up 2 and a half gallons and canned all of that.

    On a small batch like this, its just to use up fresh stuff from the garden before it goes bad and I don't have enough for a larger batch so I just make it fresh and put in jars in the fridge.
    Its just not worth getting the canner out for a small batch like that.

    We eat these up first before we do the canned batches and sometimes I just take them into work and let the people in the office have some.
     
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