I’ve never grown peppers. Back in 2013 I saved a lot of seeds from the peppers I bought from our local organic grocery store. Sprouted the seeds this last spring, planted the sprouts and prayed over them all summer long and this is what I got! Lots and lots of sweet, hot, spicy, yummy peppers. So far I’ve made salsas. With this last batch I am going to make pepper jelly and pickled peppers. Let’s get our canning on!
Mina our guard dog only has one thing on her mind besides chasing deer and turkeys.
Dinner Last night home grown pepper stuffed with rice cooked in our tomatoes sauce, Tillamook Cheddar Cheese, wrapped in hand milled organic red wheat tortilla.
Poblano Pepper is great for stuffing!
Jalapeño Peppers. I saved two large bushes. They are my favorite peppers to pickle.
Sweet Green Peppers
I think these are Thai peppers. Really pretty plant and fruit.
Black Hungarian Pepper
I moved some of my pepper plants inside. I couldn’t let them go to the frost. I read you can keep pepper plants inside and replant in the spring.
Last of our peppers.
Water Bath Canning Yesterdays Tomatillos, pepper, and tomato salsa
Balls, it’s all about balls, she plays with balls all day long!