Gianluca Porqueddu

Gianluca Porqueddu

Gianluca Porqueddu
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By July, my Carolina Reaper's leaves are growing quite large.

By July, my Carolina Reaper's leaves are growing quite large.

Habanero Mustard. 150,000 - 325,000 Scoville Units. Capsicum Chinense. This hot, high yielding pepper originates from the Caribbean. The wrinkled pods are about 1.5” (4 cm) in length and width. The pods color from light green with a hint of purple, to a mustard-orange color and finally orange when mature.

Habanero Mustard. 150,000 - 325,000 Scoville Units. Capsicum Chinense. This hot, high yielding pepper originates from the Caribbean. The wrinkled pods are about 1.5” (4 cm) in length and width. The pods color from light green with a hint of purple, to a mustard-orange color and finally orange when mature.

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X caddis SwittersB

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If you love Fishing, check out this Fishing collection, you may like it :) Here's link ==> https://etsytshirt.com/fishing #fisherman #fisher #fishermen #fishing #flyfishing

Fatalii Peppers

Fatalii Peppers

Black Bling Midge size 24, stupid simple. #flytying #flyfishing #flytyer #flytyingaddict #flytyingjunkie #keepemwet #newburyflytying #flyshop

Black Bling Midge size 24, stupid simple. #flytying #flyfishing #flytyer #flytyingaddict #flytyingjunkie #keepemwet #newburyflytying #flyshop

Chile de Árbol Chili Pepper. 15,000 - 30,000 Scoville Units. Capsicum annuum. The Chile de árbol, Spanish for tree chili, is a small and potent Mexican chili pepper which is also known as bird's beak chile and rat's tail chile. In cooking substitutions, the Chile de árbol pepper can be traded with Cayenne pepper. The peppers are a bright red color when mature. Chile de árbol peppers can be found fresh, dried, or powdered.

Chile de Árbol Chili Pepper. 15,000 - 30,000 Scoville Units. Capsicum annuum. The Chile de árbol, Spanish for tree chili, is a small and potent Mexican chili pepper which is also known as bird's beak chile and rat's tail chile. In cooking substitutions, the Chile de árbol pepper can be traded with Cayenne pepper. The peppers are a bright red color when mature. Chile de árbol peppers can be found fresh, dried, or powdered.

Tastes as hot as it looks. The Bhut Jolokia, officially the world's hottest pepper. It will wreak havok all the way through you body.

Tastes as hot as it looks. The Bhut Jolokia, officially the world's hottest pepper. It will wreak havok all the way through you body.

Todd Porter and Diane Cu of White on Rice Couple Plus Homemade Sriracha Sauce and a Cookbook Giveaway – foodiecrush

Todd Porter and Diane Cu of White on Rice Couple Plus Homemade Sriracha Sauce and a Cookbook Giveaway – foodiecrush