Good old habaneros

Now this is something for the future. Seems like I’m not that big a loser and there really are a couple of chilis that can flourish in my hands.

I harvested this yesterday evening from the garden. (The coin there is the Hungarian 100 Ft coin which is quite the same as the 1 euro coin.) Under the low light I thought all of them was brown but in the kitchen I noticed that there are green areas, though those are not too wide.

first habanero
Habaneros from the garden – first harvest

And this is how one of them looks right next to my breakfast.

These slices are just beautiful. Right after the knife went through the first slice the well known habanero scent hit my nose and kind of fulfilled the whole room in a minute. And the taste, now that is one of my best experiences. It could be better, though, cause I can fell the raw message the not perfect ripening but even now, when I’m just writing about it, it is mouthwatering. Really.

And those chilis are really fleshy and crunchy…

Baguette, butter, cucumber and chocolate habanero. Need nothing more.
Baguette, butter, cucumber and chocolate habanero. Need nothing more.

So, now is the time for a little rain and for a little more sunshine through the day. I don’t ask too much, three or four weeks without frost or freezing mornings and I’ll be satisfied and I’ll be well-stocked with chocolate habaneros…

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