What's your favorite medium-sized (not medium-large, unless it's cone-shaped) sweet pepper?
If you haven't decided on one favorite, you can say all your tied favorites.
I like Neapolitan most, of those I've grown, probably.
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Chocolate tastes like it's roasted no matter how I cook it. My SO said it had roasted pepper flavor already even raw, very rich. I made a stew with them last year and the whole thing got that lovely roasted pepper flavor, yum.
Doe Hill is new for us this year and definitely a keeper! It's medium-small, extremely thick walled and wow fruity sweet flavorful. I'd actually be excited to have a stash of this one in the freezer.
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I grew Doe Hill the other year and it was incredibly productive! I wish I'd grown some this year!
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