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    Wife and I are looking for some peppers that have the taste of chillis, but not the heat. A little heat is ok, but looking to add more flavor without the heat.
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    You want to search for mild green chile. If it is from New Mexico, that is good. If it is from Hatch, New Mexico, that is best. The key word is MILD.

    Also, note the spelling. C H I L E
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    Actually it is spelled Chili.............Chile is a country in South America.
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    Upon further research, I found that in North America it is spelled "Chili" but "Chile" is also acceptable, in Great Britain the correct spelling is "Chilli. It seems everyone was right!!!!
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    All you have to do is remove the seeds and the white veins internal to the pepper and you will have the flavor of the pepper and not the heat. The heat comes from Capsaicin that is the chemical that binds to the receptors on your taste buds so you feel heat. It is most concentrated in the pepper internals. If you want the flavor but not the heat, use a knife (I like to use a melon baller) and remove the seeds and veins. Then use the flesh of the walls of the pepper.

    Capsaicin is also a key ingredient in topical pain relievers to alleviate muscle and joint pain.
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    Thanks Chef, she wont like what I prepared tonight. Stir fried chicken with noodles with a Thai curry sauce. It was great for me but I don't think Deb will like it!

    We are trying a company called "Dinnerly" Your meals arrive in a box un cooked, you just prepare them. Great for 2 people, But veggies are fresh, tonight green beans, garlic and red pepper.
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    No problemo! Prepped and Ready to Cook dinners are the new wave in home meal delivery. Also, call ahead/order ahead (via the web) groceries are also becoming very popular in the retail sector. Used to be an old company named Schwanns that did frozen home meal delivery but FRESH is now the focus. Enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chefduane View Post
    No problemo! Prepped and Ready to Cook dinners are the new wave in home meal delivery. Also, call ahead/order ahead (via the web) groceries are also becoming very popular in the retail sector. Used to be an old company named Schwanns that did frozen home meal delivery but FRESH is now the focus. Enjoy!
    Schwanns is still around. Their prices tend to be a bit on the high side for frozen foods but the food is good. Unfortunately its more like the home delivery version of Costco.
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    OK, back t the peppers, rodfair. If you can, grow your own. here is a place to find WHATEVER sort of pepper (SEED) you want.

    Pepper, Tomato, Pumpkin, Herb, Organic, Gourd, and Heirloom Seeds from The Pepper Gal


    As for the "mild, flavorful but not hot", a few years ago she used to have a pepper called "TAM", which of course, stood for "Texas A&M" - - it seems that their horticultural dept had bred a pepper that was just as you wish, flavorful, but not too-darned-hot. It worked well for us - my dad liked them that way.

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    Since I've moved to the "city", I don't grow from seed, but take whatever I can find the local Amish greenhouses have to transplant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash60601 View Post
    OK, back t the peppers, rodfair. If you can, grow your own. here is a place to find WHATEVER sort of pepper (SEED) you want.

    Pepper, Tomato, Pumpkin, Herb, Organic, Gourd, and Heirloom Seeds from The Pepper Gal


    As for the "mild, flavorful but not hot", a few years ago she used to have a pepper called "TAM", which of course, stood for "Texas A&M" - - it seems that their horticultural dept had bred a pepper that was just as you wish, flavorful, but not too-darned-hot. It worked well for us - my dad liked them that way.

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    Since I've moved to the "city", I don't grow from seed, but take whatever I can find the local Amish greenhouses have to transplant.

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    In the city grow your peppers in 5 gallon buckets. I live on a coral Island and use this method. Works great. If interested, PM me and I'll share what method I found works best for setting up the buckets.
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