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BamsBBQ
03-02-2009, 12:25 AM
ok since i have a new name for my first sauce, and i am just about out of it.. i have decided that i really needed to make more..lol

i will continue the post as time goes on..

some nice peppers getting ready to be made into sauce
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me cutting people..haha its a typo but it sounded funny..lol(way too many hot pepper fumes..:dizzy:)

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peppers all cut up and ready to be put in blender

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lots of seeds taken out and its still freakin hot
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now aging in a big pickled egg jar(picture taken while salt being added to top of peppers)

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made a quick hot sauce from the remnants of the blender

apple cider vinegar
lime juice
dried raspberry flavored cranberries

cooked it down a little in a pan.
this sauce was potennnnnnnnnnnnnt.... its heat lasts a long time... with a few other ingredients i think i have a specialty sauce in the works..lol

to be continued next sunday

BamsBBQ
03-11-2009, 02:36 AM
just bottled some sauce, now its time for it to age. samples to go out very shortly..please be patient..lol

this sauce has some fire but its still young yet. i will give it a couple of weeks, but it already tastes really good.

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in mason/jelly jars to age

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Derek
03-11-2009, 11:22 AM
Hey bro, You use gloves? You pansy hehe.

After my jalapeno hot sauce instance every time I mess with a hot sauce, pepper, I make sure I wash my hands vicariously

BamsBBQ
03-11-2009, 11:30 AM
Hey bro, You use gloves? You pansy hehe.

After my jalapeno hot sauce instance every time I mess with a hot sauce, pepper, I make sure I wash my hands vicariously

jalapeno's i dont where gloves.

after cutting these up with gloves on, my hands where burning:shock:

Derek
03-11-2009, 11:45 AM
jalapeno's i dont where gloves.

after cutting these up with gloves on, my hands where burning:shock:I don't wear gloves on any of the hot peppers, I just make that I use a melon baller LOL.

joec
03-11-2009, 11:53 AM
I always ware rubber gloves with hot peppers. I have found it almost impossible to get the heat off your fingers with soap and water. Nothing hurts worse than forgetting and rubbing my eye with a hot finger and being blind for a while. My wife doesn't care much for me touching her either with pepper on my fingers. :dizzy:

Derek
03-11-2009, 11:55 AM
I always ware rubber gloves with hot peppers. I have found it almost impossible to get the heat off your fingers with soap and water. Nothing hurts worse than forgetting and rubbing my eye with a hot finger and being blind for a while. My wife doesn't care much for me touching her either with pepper on my fingers. :dizzy:Joe, I know that feeling all too well.


I'm just glad it wasn't a hab sauce that got in my eye!

PanchoHambre
03-11-2009, 11:55 AM
Cool pics BAM

I dont think I ever get hot enough peppers as I have never felt the need for gloves

I need to get me some better source for peppers!

sattie
03-11-2009, 12:01 PM
Man that sauce looks yummy Bam.... I can imagine the possibilities!!!

BamsBBQ
03-11-2009, 12:09 PM
I always ware rubber gloves with hot peppers. I have found it almost impossible to get the heat off your fingers with soap and water. Nothing hurts worse than forgetting and rubbing my eye with a hot finger and being blind for a while. My wife doesn't care much for me touching her either with pepper on my fingers. :dizzy:

these peppers were very strong, even with gloves, i found it hard to get the burn off of my hands.

Joe, I know that feeling all too well.


I'm just glad it wasn't a hab sauce that got in my eye!

this is a hab/scotch bonnet sauce, its hot...lol

Cool pics BAM

I dont think I ever get hot enough peppers as I have never felt the need for gloves

I need to get me some better source for peppers!

right now the hot peppers are hard to find up in the north country..lol

i just happened on these ones when visiting a grocery store and the produce guy was just putting them out. i went back the next day to get more and they were all gone

joec
03-11-2009, 12:44 PM
I use the surgical gloves when I do them without powder and even handling Bhut Jolokia chili peppers haven't had a problem. I also use them for my home grown jalapeņos but some store bought aren't as hot, perhaps it is they grow close to my habaneros and Bhut Jolokia. We grew some hot chili pepper in Texas years ago putting a pepper plant between each tomato plant and the peppers where mild but not the tomatoes go figure.