Re: [gardeners] Lemon Drop chiles

George Shirley (
Fri, 02 Oct 1998 08:23:29

Are you sure you're not from the south? Knit caps on the gourds, edible
home decor, you would fit right in south of the Mason-Dixon line.


At 06:11 AM 10/2/98 -0400, you wrote:
>At 07:03 AM 10/1/98 +0000, you wrote:
>> At any rate, Prik y nu (ya gotta sound it out -- no two references 
>>spell it the same way) are the tiny, hotter than Hades chiles that 
>>are used in the hotter varieties of Thai foods.  They run maybe 1/2 
>>inch long.  Mini-ristra material.  If you're interested let me know 
>>and I'll see if I can scrape togethor some seeds.
>Hi Liz, and thanks for the offer.  Yes, keep me in mind when these seeds
>are ready.  If you have a few left over I'll be happy to take them.  As I
>mentioned before, I have a ton of annual seeds that I'm starting to
>My neighbor grew some habenero's this year and I made a few batches of
>chile sauce with them.  Very tasty.   The Hab's do not seem to dry well
>when strung up.  They get all black and nasty from the inside out.
>Anyway... ristra's do not seem to be much in evidence in my neck of the
>woods, everyone is still stuck on the (ugh) kuntry bunny rag dolls and
>dressing up stupid cement geese.  I plan to start a new era in the midwest
>and sell edible home decor...hmmm now that I think of it.... aren't bunnies
>edible (oh gosh I can't believe I said that....please, bunny pet owners....
>no flames.... just a joke).
>When (if) you have seeds ready to go drop me a line and I'll get a SASE in
>the mail to you.
>Cynthia (who protected her 7 gourds last night... have you ever seen gourds
>hanging from the vine wearing knitted stocking caps?...quite colorful)
>**Womyn Who Moves Mountains-Little Finger Of Michigan**
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