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    Re: Chiles

    Just about to stir fry my full years harvest of green peppers ,
    thats 3 golf ball or smaller sized peppers, we had a very cool summer here in London ,so yields and size were rubbish .
    Thank Heavens that the tomato harvest was fair to good ,stir fry will include baby corn and a few runner beans from the tail-end of my gardening season .

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    Re: Chiles

    With some noodles shrimp garlic and various leaves ,the lovely Cora ,who has put up with me for nearly 40 years and i had a great meal !

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    Re: Chiles

    Better get some more peppers planted for next year's harvest. One thing I don't have to worry about living in the southwest is a constant supply of peppers. No way I can grow them myself with all the rabbitts, birds, and other desert munchers about.
    jeepster

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