Thursday, 31 December 2009 by kinakoJam
The chimayo variety of chile grows a very convenient natural hook (which can be augmented with the twisty tie things from bread bags).
Our guajillo chiles (not pictured) are smaller - they only grew to the size of a lipstick.
I guess the harvest of one window sill plant will be about enough for four bowls of tortilla soup.
Luckily, the local Asian import supermarket began to stock a wide range of dried chiles in steroid-fueled sizes: ancho, pasilla, arbol, you name it.
Next year's home-growing project : fingernail-sized tomatillos?