What's your favorite medium-sized sweet pepper?

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What's your favorite medium-sized sweet pepper?

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Post: # 28813Unread post Shule
Fri Aug 21, 2020 8:21 pm

In honor of @DMF's call for the 'What's Your Favorite Pepper?' question to be qualified by heat levels, I thought I would ask a more specific question:

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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Post: # 28815Unread post karstopography
Fri Aug 21, 2020 8:35 pm

Jimmy Nardello.
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Post: # 28823Unread post root_grow
Sat Aug 22, 2020 12:57 am

I can't eat peppers unless they're really thoroughly cooked, and even then only in small amounts, so they have to be really special to get my attention. (mostly I grow them for others to enjoy and just freeze whatever doesn't get eaten quickly)

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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Post: # 28839Unread post Labradors
Sat Aug 22, 2020 7:27 am

I like Lipstick as a medium-sized red pepper.

I grew Doe Hill the other year and it was incredibly productive! I wish I'd grown some this year!

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Post: # 30628Unread post Gabby1
Tue Sep 15, 2020 1:19 pm

Ausillo Thin Skin Italian.
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