- Home Farmer "Classic hot" jalapeno peppers for hubby's scrambled eggs. I still cannot eat jalapenos at all.
- Ferry-Morse "Latin Flavors" pasilla bajo peppers ... fully ripened and dried, these make the BEST barbecue sauces. They rock in enchilada sauce as well.
- Ferry-Morse Cubanelle sweet peppers. Note on back says great for frying, which I interpret as fajita peppers. I'll be experimenting on the pick green versus ripened to red difference.
- American Seed Marconi Red Italian sweet pepper. I'll need to see how it stacks up to the Carmen sweet pepper from the other year, which I have not been able to find in seed or start since 2013 spring. I may still have some seeds from then, but last year when I tried planting some I failed.
- Burpee Tangerine Dream sweet pepper. Short blurb on back says great fresh or pickled, so I think it may be comparable to banana peppers.
- Ferry-Morse Grand Bell pepper, mixed colors. Everyone needs some bell peppers, especially now we have the recipe for sweet-and-sour from the 1968 Betty Crocker book.
Chicks are now hatching in rapid succession in the incubator, starting at zero-dark-thirty this morning.