One, two, three, and why are our chorizo peppers yellow?

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From left to right: ananas (pineapple) tomato, 450 grams; St Pierre tomato, 147 grams; cherry tomato, 10 grams.  All tasty in their different sizes and ways.  The ananas make lovely sweet salads, the cherry tomatoes are nice to nibble with (or without) apéritifs and the St Pierre are good for sauces.

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This is what our red chorizo peppers look like as they ripen…..

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and this is what the peppers on the plant next to them look like.  And we thought they were the same variety.  There must have been some crossing last summer to create a new variety in the seeds we saved!

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It doesn’t matter because these four tasted wonderful when we grilled them on the barbecue yesterday evening.

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