Drying some Thai Hots

Got a bag of seed back in the spring, spouted them, and replanted about four sprouts per each small pot.

Let them settle in the shade for five or six weeks, then full sun for another eight or nine.

They never grew much or produced many buds, so took a few plants in the house first freeze.

This is what the plant looked like after a month in the house:

It is supposed to get down to 46 degrees tonight, so I booted the heater and decided to roast some Thai Hot Peppers.

Grabbed some heavy-duty tin foil and made a roasting tray.


Picked 31 small peppers from this very mature plant.


Added 7 Peppers from a few remaining plants in the house for color.

And started to roast in front of 1,500 watt heater at 8:30 PM.



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