North Florida Gardening

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Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:26 pm

So, @GoDawgs, you have to confess how the casserole turned out.
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Post: # 24127Unread post GoDawgs
Wed Jul 01, 2020 12:07 pm

We just finished lunch. "Ladieeeeees aaaand Gentlemennnnnn.... We have a WINNAH!" I made a half a recipe using the three Millionaire eggplants I had which weighed a total of 1 lb 2 oz, just shy of the 1 lb 8 oz of a true half batch. But it was good and now sports a 5 star rating in the eggplant section of the three ring recipe binder.

I'll post the recipe later in the What's Cooking forum. And I think I'll also post the marinated eggplant recipe. It's so good piled on top of grilled bread.

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Wed Jul 01, 2020 12:10 pm

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Pepper haul today.
Should have picked most earlier but have been too busy with tomatoes.
Biquinho Yellow, Peach Fantasy, Jalapeno Brown and Lemon Drop.
Hottest are Peach Fantasy and Lemon Drop. Mildest is Biquinho Yellow. Jalapeno Brown in between...
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Post: # 24182Unread post Ginger2778
Thu Jul 02, 2020 5:13 am

I grew/am growing lemon drop. Unreal productive. I've been putting them and some chili's into the dehydrator, then flaking them for seasoning. They are outstanding. My nephew took some and made a curry with them, and fresh garlic, put into a paste, then stir fry with added coconut milk. He's not a gardener, but he's going to grow some.
You have quite a nice pepper bounty there.
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Thu Jul 02, 2020 9:46 am

Thank you Marsha @Ginger2778. Most of them went to my Indian coworkers last evening as I had way more than I could use.
Yes, Lemon Drop is a monster! My one plant is from last year; I cut it back in February and off it went.
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