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Monday, April 19, 2010

Chilis @ Ruby Tuesday



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The red ones definitely looks hot but i bet the small green ones are hotter. Wish i could tell you - by first hand experience - which is which but i'm afraid i'm not that bold and brave to give it a try.

Eng

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11 comments:

  1. Those chili's are the deepest rich red! Beautiful!

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  2. Red hot chilli. I like mild chilli only hehehe. Happy Ruby Tuesday.

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  3. Hi..what an amazing red. Unfortunetly chillies and l do not get on, which is a shame! happy ruby Tuesday to youxlynda

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  4. Great shot. Wonderfully captured. I have chilies in my garden but dont use them very often. I just give some to my friends. Its a mild kind.

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  5. I think the red ones are hotter, I tried it and ran to the sink at once!

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  6. you are gettin' hotter & hotter, Eng! you are giving me a lot of ideas, wait till i get my new baby (hopefully soon). ;)

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  7. both are hot depends on its kind im a chilli eater and do you know that in my province you can cook chillis as veggies with tomato,have you tried it?its the green one.everyday i have atleast one red chilli on my soy sauce with kalamansi...

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  8. Beautiful photo! Love the color and the way you have framed the photo. Just lovely.

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  9. That's a beautiful color of red, Eng! I like the perspective of the photo~

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  10. oh my what a wonderful shot! this can go up to my kitchen wall!

    u may view mine too here

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  11. Green is almost always hotter (as far as hot peppers go) and that is from experience.
    But i would cook with either or both!

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