Sweet and hot, we grow a variety of peppers for our subscribers. See the images and descriptions below to identify the peppers in your share.


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Beaver Dam Pepper (Green)
Beaver Dam peppers are a Hungarian heirloom variety that thrives in Wisconsin. When mature, they're red, but they can be picked green, too. They're sweet and mildly spicy.

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Beaver Dam Pepper (Red)
Hungarian immigrants  brought this paprika-like pepper with them to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin in the early 20th Century. Sweet and mildly spicy, the Beaver Dam pepper is perfectly suited to Hungarian goulashes and dishes that usually include dried paprika

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Bell Peppers (Green)
Green bell peppers are picked before they ripen to their final color. They have a crisp, grassy flavor and are especially good raw. They often grace veggie trays, but are also fresh additions to salads and sandwiches

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Bell Peppers (Red)
We grow several varieties of bell peppers on the farm, including:  Olympus, Red Knight, Snapper, and Yankee Bell. If you have a gas stove, try roasting them directly on the burner. Be careful to turn them with tongs as the skin blackens. Cover and allow to steam until cooled, then peel.

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Boldog Hungarian spice pepper
A sweet, mildly spicy paprika pepper . Use as you would a red bell pepper, stuff with cheese and roast, or dry and crumble into recipes in place of jarred paprika.

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Czech Black Hot Pepper
This little chili pepper is black early in the season and ripens to a brilliant garnet shade as it matures. It's a bit milder than a jalapeño and has great flavor.

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Early jalapeño pepper (red or green)
Often picked green, these peppers turn red when fully mature. Slice and use as a topping for tacos, pickle in a salty vinegar solution, or make jalapeño poppers!

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Hinkelhatz hot pepper
One of the hotter peppers we grow on the farm, the Hinkelhatz pepper is often pickled, made into hot sauce, or used to add spice and flavor to vinegar.

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Ho Chi Minh Hot Pepper
A very hot, bright yellow little pepper, the Ho Chi Mihn pepper works well in soups and curries. If you're sensitive to heat, go easy. This pepper will be milder at the tip and spicier nearest the seeds.

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Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Pepper
Although it looks like it would be spicy, this variety is sweet and fruity. It makes a lovely addition to pasta salads and stir fries. It would also be lovely appetizer served stuffed with a soft, mild cheese.

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Purple Beauty Peppers
A sweet bell pepper with a dark purple exterior and a green interior. Use these colorful peppers as you would a red or green bell.

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Red rocket hot pepper
These sweet hot peppers will spice up your recipes from stir fries to jambalayas and stews. These peppers are also good for drying or braiding into ristras.