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Thursday, 21 March 2019

Long Red Chilies From My Garden

Today is another hot day. The current temperature is 31 deg C at midday. 
Sunrise seen at the park at about 7:35 am.
After having watered the plants in my garden, I washed off the layer of dust collected on the cars. Later, I will have to mop the floor of my house too.
This man is seen with a big net at the pond but he is not catching fishes.
I wonder what he is catching with the net.
Back to my garden - a chili plant grown from discarded seeds.
Most of my chili plants grow from discarded dried chili seeds.
Whenever I used the dried chilies, the seeds are thrown together with other vegetables scraps as fertilizers for my plants.
These chilies are the long and skinny type.
Even the plants are skinny too.
Happy to see the amount of chilies on the plants.
Some are ready to be harvested.
What should I cook with these chilies?
These chilies look very hot.
First harvest from the chili plant.
One of the day's harvest.
The chilies may look hot but to my surprise, they were not hot at all.
They can be eaten raw like capsicum without a slightest bit of hotness.

My true disciples produce bountiful harvests.
This brings great glory to my Father.
(John 15:8, The Living Bible-TLB)
Linking to Good Fences.

42 comments:

  1. nice looking chilies and they are organics! no pesticide and grown fresh from the garden!! yummmmmzzzz

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  2. Muito interessante uma produção caseira, aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  3. wow! I spotted a very very long ladyfinger.

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    1. Yes, it is about a foot long and still tender.

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  4. They looked hot but they weren't. Oh my, what color would the hot ones look like? Red to me means HOT. Very interesting Nancy. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Yes, I too was surprised that the chilies didn't taste hot at all!

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  5. What a great harvest! Those sunrise photos are beautiful.

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  6. A very nice harvest, fresh from the garden!

    Lovely sunrise photos, can see the "egg yolk" coming out from its hiding place, LOL.

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    1. The egg yolk means it is going to be a very hot day.

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  7. Great harvest :)
    I'm your new follower :)

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  8. Strange that they did not taste as hot as they look. My favorite is your beautiful pink sunrise!

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! Colour can be deceiving.

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  9. You've such a green thumb. Yes indeed.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  10. Me encantan los pimientos rojos. Besitos.

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  11. We always have masses of chilies, they go into almost every dish I cook :-) Have a good Friday Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane! Chilies add flavour to our dish.

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  12. Your plants are doing awesome. Tomorrow is my cleaning day. :D

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    1. Thank you, Krishna! I dread cleaning on hot days.

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  13. Hot or not, they look delicious. Volunteer pepper plants!

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    1. Yes, I am thankful for the chilies! Have a great weekend!

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    1. I thought I planted the short type but it turned out to be the long type.

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  15. aww...chili...fresh from own garden...

    have a great weekend

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  16. I do not like chilies but I do think it is cool you grew your own

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    1. You will like these chilies because they are not hot at all.

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  17. Sometimes I buy peppers that are supposed to be hot but in fact are quite mild. It is frustrating when the dish we are cooking requires hot peppers.

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    1. Could be very disappointing if they do not give the hotness required.

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