j'ai un ami qui mange ces piments crus, moi rien quand les faisant revenir je pleure et j'ai la gorge en feu ;o)) I have a friend who eats the peppers raw, me doing nothing when I come back crying and my throat burning o))
Sante Fe now there's a name place to conjour with for someone who grew up on westerns. Love the chilli picture. I like spicy food but not too hot.
That's cool! Fresh-roasted peppers at the farmer's market! Neat shots!
Love those red peppers! Great texture in the large version.
The little girl seems as though she is ready to dance.Never thought of roasted hot peppers as street fair food and a healthy one at that! I'll try one. Yum?
I love the photo of all those spicey red peppers. Hot, hot, hot!
Oh, I wish I was in New Mexico now! I can smell those green chiles roasting... mmmm, yum! They put chiles in everything down there. We have had green chiles shipped here and roasted them ourselves but its just getting too expensive to do. Now we buy local chile peppers and roast them, but its not quite the same. If we chance to visit Albuquerque at the right time of year, we bring them home frozen in our suitcases.Did you see the Balloon Festival too?
I am going to have to try roasted peppers. I have been hearing so much about them lately. Great photo's I could feel the heat from those red peppers.
Hi Lori!... come visit me and I will make you something with "mild" peppers from Hatch, NM (the chili capital!)... looks like you had a good trip to Santa Fe...
I wish I had a taste for "hot and spicy" but I can't handle it...but it looks and smells so good...I'm with you Lori, I a pepper wimp!!
Ask Peggy if I can come too.
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