GOOD STUFF TO KNOW ABOUT PEPPERS

We grow a number of different types of sweet peppers including: Red, Orange & Yellow Roasters: peppers that are awesome for frying or, well, roasting… Sweet Minis: a single serve sweet pepper that comes in three colors: orange, red & yellow. Bells: the classic pepper. We pick varieties of bells that are thick walled and ultra sweet.

STORAGE TIPS

Peppers are best stored in the crisper drawer of your fridge, but NOT in a plastic bag. They’re really easy to freeze! Simply chop up (make sure to remove insides) and place on a cookie sheet in the freezer (no need to blanch). Once frozen, transfer to freezer bags. You can use them all winter long in pasta sauces and on pizzas.

RECIPES

Asian Peanut Noodle Salad
Chiles Rellenos
Cucumber & Green Olive Relish
Cucumber and Lemon Balm Salad
Cucumber Mint Salad w/Feta Cheese
Dijon Potato, Pepper & Bean Salad
Fiesta Slaw
Fish Tacos
Greek Salad
Homemade Hot Sauce
Kale, Broccoli & Cabbage Pad Thai Salad
Kale Salad w/Pickled Red Onions & Peaches
Peperonata
Poblano Cream Sauce
Roasted Pepper Sauce
Roasted Summer Vegetables w/Fresh Sage
Roasted Vegetables w/Chevre & Lemon
Southwestern Skillet
Spicey Quinoa Filling for Stuffed Peppers & Summer Squash
Squash Feta Casserole
Sri Lankan Mixed Pickle
Super Loaded Veggie Nachos
Sweet Potato Chili
Thai Coconut Vegetable Soup
Tomatillo Poblano Frittatas
Tomato Dill Pasta Salad
Tomato Pepper Sage Soup

Cooking & Eating Tips

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