This cool pepper has a rich spicy flavor with just the right amount of heat for most folks.
It's hotter than the Jalapeno but not as hot as a Habanero. If you're making a powder or flakes, try slightly roasting them in the oven with the broiler on before grinding up. Cayenne's are dependable producers and early enough for shorter summers. Also very good diced up fresh and used to top off many dishes.
Keep that soil healthy by using the 4 step system. You'll get all four Myco Blast, Soil Blast, Kelp Blast and the Sweet Myco Tea. Myco Blast - apply to...
This is a brand new creation from the bayous of Louisiana. Her parents are the Naga Morich and Douglah so you know she will deliver a kick. She tastes a...
Get ready for a spooky tomato! This beauty is a so-called “black” variety producing 10-15 ounce fruits with brick-red insides. So juicy!