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san j
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Aren't we lucky to get eggplants and peppers? Gimme a B!

Any eggplant dishes planned?

Are you eating plenty of peppers? How?


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The sweet ones i just eat. The hot ones I'll freeze and use in cooking, maybe pickle a few. The hot ones just started producing lately. My niece and her husband are O's. He eats ketchup on his ketchup. I know a recipe for a bbq sauce using one or two habaneros, sucanat, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, onion, garlic, lime juice, dark rum and yes, tomato paste. I might make them a couple of pints. It's far healthier for them than that corn syrup laden burger spoiler that they usually use.
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The sweet ones i just eat. The hot ones I'll freeze and use in cooking, maybe pickle a few. The hot ones just started producing lately. My niece and her husband are O's. He eats ketchup on his ketchup. I know a recipe for a bbq sauce using one or two habaneros, sucanat, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, onion, garlic, lime juice, dark rum and yes, tomato paste. I might make them a couple of pints. It's far healthier for them than that corn syrup laden burger spoiler that they usually use.

Looks delicious!
Mind telling us how you pickle your peppers, Peter Piper?  



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Well I haven't pickled them just yet. Mom allways heated vinegar and some salt and water bath processed them then let them age a while. I'll have to check my cook book vault for a recipe. I might limit the pepper pickling to the Lemon Drops. They are hotter than jalapenos but chocolate habanero is hotter than regular habanero. Sauce with it would need a certain smokiness? Roast the peppers on the charcoal grill first maybe( or wait till I have more than one)?
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Sounds good GCG
Well right now I just dry my red jalapenos- I like to crumble them in less interesting root veggie dishes during winter.

The sweet I mainly eat- last year I picked some very late october when frost came and the matured in my windows.. some years I have charcoal grilled them first and put in glasses with a little lemonjuice and garlic and topped with olive oli- lasted a long time in fridge.

Eggplants- well roasted with red peppers and blended with yoghurt and herbs and eaten cold as a soup maybe with cucumber dices.
A nice different cold soup.

My tomatoes for my O - are amazing as well - tasted a few yesterday never had such sweet tasty tomatoes as this year  


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Glad you're both hot pepper fans.

Both of your ideas/ processes/ recipes look yummy.
Never had eggplant soup, Henriette.
But have enjoyed eggplant "caviar" many times - a staple of my childhood, in fact.
For your O, you can make that with those fantastic tomatoes!


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Basically it is a thin version of eggplant caviar - learned it from my Lebanese friend.
She adds dill and sometimes a cold chicken stock - I have just used water or cold veggies stock.


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I like a garlicky eggplant caviar - that's the way Nana used to make it, of course.........


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