Tuesday, 13 January 2009

january photo a day - bloomin' chillies!

my little chilli plant is sprouting chillies! WHOO HOO!


i just have to wait for them to grow a little more, then turn to a nice bright shade of red so i can harvest them for later use in a nice, spicy dish.......then i'll be one, HOT MAMA! well, my mouth will be anyways...lol

14 comments:

  1. You don't need no chilies to be one HOT MAMA! :)

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  2. Looking good ! You will be enjoying spicy dish in now time :)

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  3. Oh, yeah! A friend grew some in his garden this year and I have a little dish of nicely dried chilies on my counter... popped one in a corn chowder the other day and wooooo... it made the soup! a chunk of homemade bread toasted and we had a feast.....

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  4. LOL!!! Yes Serena you are Hott!

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  5. Peppers! Arg! My Swedish taste buds would go into shock--ROFL!! I guess I am anything but a spicey mama--hehe! Love the beautiful close-ups you get with this camera, tho. :)

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  6. What a couple hotties! Nice chilies ya got there...

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  7. They're beautiful, but too hot for me. I stick to the milder ones!

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  8. Your pepper plant looks so healthy! Aren't pepper plants so pretty when the peppers turn red?

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  9. Ooh! I love spicy food--are you planning to share?? Tee hee!

    Happy Growing!
    Much Joy, Many Blissings!~*
    Molly

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  10. I love drawing them, but can't eat them without crying lol

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  11. Wow Mum, the chillies look great! For a second before I read your post, I thought they weren't the red type, that's cool that you're getting chillies growing!

    Love Brad!
    xox

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  12. I like the idea of growing peppers, a coupleof those would look good on our lanai.

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  13. The plant is so green and pretty, I love them too but only in tiny amounts, can't wait to see them when they turn red on the plant!!

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  14. Oh wow, the little stem makes it look like a lizard poking out a little tongue. Great angle and awesome focus!

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