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They just keep on a coming

Postby Big Guy » Wed Oct 07, 2009 7:29 pm

Picked some things out of the garden today between the rain and wind

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I see Salsa, plenty of ABT's and green tomato mince meat being made this week.

If we don't get frost on the weekend I'll have another picking at least.
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Postby Chuckwagon » Wed Oct 07, 2009 10:19 pm

Well, uh, that's fine Big Guy...
But... DID YOU CLEAN YOUR MINCER AND TABLE YET?
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Postby Big Guy » Thu Oct 08, 2009 12:24 am

maybe next year. Its now hunting season, so I am busy with collecting a few bambi, garden clean up. then sausage making is way down the list.
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Postby Big Guy » Wed Oct 14, 2009 1:32 pm

Its finally over. I picked 5 more pails yesterday and last night we had a killing frost. Thank god. Now I can start planning for next year. LOL
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Postby mitchamus » Thu Oct 15, 2009 10:29 pm

I planted Jalapenos in the hope to make chipotles.

They've been in the ground for 6+ months and I haven't got even 1 off them yet.

I'm a bit jealous looking at that haul :)

I did manage to make some very nice sauce witch my habaneros though, which grew much better.
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Postby hoodoobluesman » Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:27 am

mitchamus wrote:I planted Jalapenos in the hope to make chipotles.

They've been in the ground for 6+ months and I haven't got even 1 off them yet.

I'm a bit jealous looking at that haul :)

I did manage to make some very nice sauce witch my habaneros though, which grew much better.


so sorry to hear that....

jalapenos are so plentiful in these parts,
i dont bother to grow them......

my nieghbors happily trade there chilis for my roma toms....


we always have to compost a kilo or so, after we have used all we can..


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Postby Snags » Sun Dec 26, 2010 1:03 pm

mitchamus wrote:I planted Jalapenos in the hope to make chipotles.

They've been in the ground for 6+ months and I haven't got even 1 off them yet.

I'm a bit jealous looking at that haul :)

I did manage to make some very nice sauce witch my habaneros though, which grew much better.

Dad plants seeds in late September AFL Grand final
he has heaps by December and he is in Melbourne(colder than Sydney)
I never pull mine out chillis, in the ground for well over as year, nearly 2 and still producing (Subtropics Qld.)
yet to take the plunge still researching
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Postby jenny_haddow » Wed Jan 26, 2011 2:19 pm

I was given a chilli plant in a tub last year which provided copious amounts of chillies well into November. Following advice from the forum, I left it to die back for the winter rather than throw it on the compost. I checked it yesterday and it's producing chillies again, so I'm looking forward to another good year from it. I keep it indoors in the conservatory.

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