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Old September 10, 2017   #16
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I got the Pappadew relish made and the taste was even better than I hoped. I needed to add more hot peppers to it so if I get enough Pappadews for another batch I will add a few Malaguetas for heat. The Pappadews just don't have enough heat on their own this year. Two years ago they had a nice mild heat to them but this year they are very mild. That is very odd since both my Jalapenos and Cayenne are hotter than usual this year. I can't tell with Malagueta because they are so hot I can't judge them before my taste buds are scorched.

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Old September 10, 2017   #17
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Thanks, Bill, for the post. I had good luck with pickling peppers with bourbon (rather than the rye in this recipe). The bourbon sweetened the heat even further.
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