When last we left our heros, on Mon, 30 Jun 2003 05:37:17 GMT,
Hmmm, I found them to be rather tasteless and not worth the
trouble. And yes, I did let them ripen. It seems to me that there
are better choices for small, early and/or prolific sweet
peppers. I grew mine in hanging baskets, and they were
hardy plants that produced a lot of peppers, I just didn't find
the taste to be worth the trouble.
Pam, who picked 5 ripe Pimento De Chiero peppers yesterday.
They're hot, but really have good flavor, compliment bean dishes
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