Monthly Archives: November 2010

Official in ’96 – Texas State Pepper

Texas Legislature HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION WHEREAS, The Lone Star State’s reputation as a haven for lovers of hot and spicy food is well deserved, and the native chiltepin pepper has contributed greatly to this proud legacy; and WHEREAS, A member … Continue reading

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Save the Planet? HA!

This is not your ordinary blog on organic gardening and lifestyle.  There will be no preaching about saving the planet here.  My reasons for being organic are purely selfish.  Stay tuned to find out why

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The Mother of All Peppers

The Chiltepin is a wild pepper that grows across the Southwest of the U.S., and in Mexico.  According to Slow Food USA, it is the only wild native chile in this area, and is thought to be the oldest species … Continue reading

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It’s Harvesting Time!

Things have been a little busy this past month!  We have been picking peppers like crazy.  The chiltepins are at full peak, and hundreds, if not thousands are ripening every day.  This is a sample of what we picked this … Continue reading

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