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Brightly colored pablano peppers (a.k.a. poblano peppers) from White House Fruit Farm near Canfield, Ohio (USA).
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Terrific colour and detail Monnie ~ great shot!
Thanks, Susie – if it’s hot, I love it!
– Monnie Ryan
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Wow and wow again! Thanks so much, April!
I thought they were tomatoes when I first looked. I’d have had a shock then if I’d picked one up and taken a bite. Really superb capture of the smoothness and colour of the skin Monnie. Did you buy any and see what they tasted like ? Cheers.Tony.
Thanks, Tony! Didn’t buy any because my hubby doesn’t like spicy hot things, but I’ve had them before. Yummy!
at first I thought they were little tomatoes… do these peppers blow your head off kinda heat???… love my chillies… congratulations on your feature
Thanks so much, Maria! No, they’re not exceptionally hot – too mild for my tastes, in fact. I like mine hot enough that I gasp at the first bite.