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BlueBelle
Joined: 4/15/2005
Location: Ontario, Canada, zone 5a
Posts: 6485
Posted: Aug/05/2005 3:58 AM PST

Are banana peppers and Cubanelles the same thing? I keep seeing Cubanelles at the grocery store but not sure whether they're hot or sweet.
hopalong
Joined: 5/25/2005
Location: Cloverdale, IN 6a
Posts: 21
Posted: Aug/05/2005 3:53 AM PST

Very nice lookin' assortment you have there Dan. I grow some varieties myself including Sweet banana, Hungarian hot wax, Big Chillis, Super Chillis, Cherry Bombs, and Jalapenos. Whatever I don't sell at market I bring home and roast them on the grill with a little olive oil and fresh garlic and also use them with the romas to make salsa. YUM YUM!!!
jbb2388
Joined: 7/28/2003
Location: Connecticut
Posts: 265
Posted: Aug/05/2005 1:07 PM PST

Nice! What kind of cherry toms are they?
hopalong
Joined: 5/25/2005
Location: Cloverdale, IN 6a
Posts: 21
Posted: Aug/05/2005 4:12 AM PST

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Originally posted by Blue Belle
Are banana peppers and Cubanelles the same thing? I keep seeing Cubanelles at the grocery store but not sure whether they're hot or sweet.

Yes they are similar to sweet banana peppers. They are a sweet and mild pepper that are a light green-yellow color and as they mature they change to a orange-red color. They have a nice taste but I prefer the bananas myself.
sedumgrow
Joined: 4/14/2005
Location: texas,
Posts: 175
Posted: Aug/04/2005 11:51 PM PST

gimme a sandwich,tommy-toes,and sweet banana peppers and im all fixed up.good job,dan.you did yaself proud!!!
DanS blog
Joined: 3/23/2005
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Posts: 116
Posted: Aug/04/2005 10:19 PM PST

those yellow ones are sweet banannas, i picked all the hungarian waxes monday, they look the same but taste different
DanS blog
Joined: 3/23/2005
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Posts: 116
Posted: Aug/04/2005 9:59 PM PST

havent picked since monday so today was a good day

pacificstar photos
Joined: 2/26/2004
Location: San Clemente, CA
Posts: 531
Posted: Aug/04/2005 10:12 PM PST

Nice Dan, thanks for sharing
Sweetpea
Joined: 2/03/2005
Location: South Central Ontario, Zone 5a
Posts: 2955
Posted: Aug/04/2005 10:16 PM PST

Wow..peppers.. what are the yellow ones? Green ones look nice.. good and healthy. Cherry tom's look real good..
prettylady
Joined: 1/24/2005
Location: Calhoun, KY
Posts: 1942
Posted: Aug/05/2005 1:35 AM PST

Hey Dan kewl!! Great job kiddo!

Peggy
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