DP Photo Challenge: danger

Close up shot of red chillis and garlic bulb. Caption: Hot chilli and garlic: danger for the unwary -- and vampires. Image: Su Leslie, 2017

Hot chilli peppers and garlic: danger for the unwary chef — and vampires. Image: Su Leslie, 2017

Daily Post Photo Challenge | Danger

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39 thoughts on “DP Photo Challenge: danger

  1. What a great response, Su. πŸ™‚ Those red peppers spell danger for me, that’s for sure!! I always think the reason people who wear garlic around their necks don’t get sick is that no one gets close enough to share germs!!

    janet

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    • Hehe. Thanks Janet. I love garlic too much to just hang it around my neck!!! And the chillis were really hot. I obviously didn’t take proper note of the variety when I was planting them because I expected something much milder. πŸ™‚

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      • They grow really well in my garden. I guess they probably like warmer climates, as they are still growing now, well into autumn. I have a bumper harvest, but they are so hot I’m not sure what to do with them. Maybe sauce? Hope you are feeling better. πŸ™‚ xxxxxx

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      • I love the taste of chillies but have to really careful with them, if I overdo it and eat them daily IΒ΄m in for an inflamed stomach lining 😦
        Once a week is fine though, but not too hot πŸ˜‰ I keep them in my freezer – that way they stay fresh and are easy to dose when cut still frozen. Happy sauce-making! πŸ™‚ xxxxxxx

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      • Forehead slap! I’d never thought of putting them in the freezer. Thanks for that.
        I was going to make the sauce yesterday, but got a bit sidetracked making pumpkin soup. Today definitely for sauce!
        xxxxx πŸ™‚

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      • Ah, the Essex boy himself. The Big T likes his recipes (though I notice he doesn’t actually make many of them). I find the quantities a bit odd and am more a Rick Stein fan.

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      • He was originally known as a seafood chef; he has a restaurant in Padstow, in Cornwall. These days he seems to be endlessly on TV doing shows from India, Spain, the Middle East, etc. I have a couple of his books and find the recipes reliable and quite easy to make. Let me know if you try any of his dishes. πŸ™‚ xxxx

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