Before, they were here

Now, they are here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paprika peppers. We plan on hanging them to dry and then pulverizing them into a powder. Maybe I’ll be able to convince Keith to put a few in the smoker so we can have smoked paprika. Have you tried it? So good on chicken breast (the cooked kind).


Great scene in When Harry Met Sally.  No, not that one. I’m talking about the one with the Pepper in my Paprikash scene. Why, you ask, am I mentioning this scene on DaisyPatch Farm? Because we are growing paprika peppers. Successfully I might add. They are free from any sort of disease or blemish including, but not limited to, mold, mildew, fungus, blight, bugs, boils, canker sores, acne, carbunkles, exzema, impitigo, scabies, ringworm, dandruff and genital warts. We haven’t seen them afflicted with alopecia, lice, calluses, rosacea, folliculitis, varicose veins, vertigo, athlete’s foot, malignant melanoma or even buck melanoma. Here’s hoping we can keep it that way.

Although now that I look at this picture more closely, I do see a snail. Dammit! I can’t freeking win.