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  • It's Hatch Pepper Season!

    I picked up a bunch of hatch peppers the other day and roasted them up! I used a little on some pizza and peeled the rest to freeze....

    Get them while you can. They have a nice flavorful heat to them. I put them in small baggies so I can pull a little at a time later as I want to use them.

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    Re: It's Hatch Pepper Season!

    I picked up a bag (30 lb) of roasted chiles a few weeks back put them in zip loc bags (either 1 or2 lb per bag) and froze them for future use. Need to get them soon as the late harvest are less meaty and stringier in my opinion. I'm planning for another bag this week and it should hold me for the year.
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      Re: It's Hatch Pepper Season!

      My dad has been growing and doing this forever.
      Home grown, organic with saved seeds from the best one every year for well over 50 years, perfectly suited to his climate and palate.