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Chillidragon
Topic Started: Feb 21 2018, 07:36 PM (171 Views)
Chillidragon
Plastic fiddler
My name is Chillidragon.
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Lt Mac 'Shocker' McSheffrey
Hi and welcome to the forum :grin:
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Mark M
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Hawk T1
Welcome, tell us about your self
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resin fondler
Chilli? I grow my own.

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Chillidragon
Plastic fiddler
Mmmm. Serrano type? I like them ripe; more flavour, less heat, so I can put more in...
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LCDR Paul "Voodoo" Carter
Welcome to the show...
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Lt. Derek 'Smurfy' Reeve
Welcome mate. So other than chillies what else do you like. I do hope it's fast jets and 1/48th scale. :whistle :wicked
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Chillidragon
Feb 22 2018, 12:26 AM
Mmmm. Serrano type?
The seed packet said Jalapeno. They're pretty mild to be honest, I usually end up adding some sauce to get a bit of heat in.
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Chillidragon
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Ah, the chillies of Xalapa (/shalapa/), as the Aztec say. Yours fooled me; they're usually fatter.

I find them a bit lacking in character. Try Habaneros! B&Q used to stock plants, but the last one I bought turned out to be a Scotch Bonnet; looks the same, but with less fruitiness and a nasty aftertaste.

OF: fast jets; some, but mostly railway stock (I don't run anything), AFVs and other trundling stuff, all in 1/76. My aircraft will be in 1/72 when built; I am starting to build my stash.
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Chillidragon
Feb 22 2018, 07:04 PM
Ah, the chillies of Xalapa (/shalapa/), as the Aztec say. Yours fooled me; they're usually fatter.

That was one of the early crops, they came out skinny for some reason. These are the more recent crops.

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Any how, you're obviously a true connoisseur, I salute you sir.
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Chillidragon
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Oh, yes. Very fine chillies. Try stuffing them; the Basques do. With cheese or cod.
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Lt. Derek 'Smurfy' Reeve
Just what this forum needed, some hot stuff :wicked , now bring on the girls. :whistle :rolf
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Doug Summers
Ghost Peppers. You need to try them, if you want heat. Jalapenos, like yours, are really nice stuffed with cream cheese and bacon or TexMex with ground beef, cheese and salsa. Yum!!! Enjoy!!! From the High Desert of Nevada.
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Chillidragon
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And what have I just supped upon, from the wife's latest trawl of Lidl? Why, cheese stuffed peppers, Greek style!
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