[Bach] a hot sauce

rrayment1 at comcast.net rrayment1 at comcast.net
Wed Jan 20 12:11:20 PST 2010


They are slightly hotter with a similar flavor (not quite as full flavored).  The pepper itself is not quite as meaty as the Red Savina.  They seem to be slower to take off when growing, but I get a good yield here in San Jose. 


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From: snakeking2 at yahoo.com 
To: "Bay Area Chile Heads" <bach at armory.com> 
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 9:11:39 PM (GMT-0800) Auto-Detected 
Subject: Re: [Bach] a hot sauce 

hey Rob 

Boy that is am impressive collections of peppers you are growing - i have read a lot about the bhut jalokia - never tasted one. How does that compare to the red Savinas? 



Nagaraj Murthy 

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From: rrayment1 at comcast.net <rrayment1 at comcast.net> 
Subject: Re: [Bach] a hot sauce 
To: "Bay Area Chile Heads" <bach at armory.com> 
Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2010, 12:40 PM 


When Joni and I owned Salsas, Etc!, we would bring in 500 pounds that we would get direct from GNS Spices.  Alan kind of took over for a while until GNS wouldn't support our smaller buy.  I have been growing the Red Savinas, Bhut Jolakia, Devil's Tongue and Biker Billy Jalapenos.  I yeild about 10 pounds of each which supports my habit.  I get my seedlings every year from Cross Country Nurseries.  They have 300 or so different chiles available. 

Rob Rayment 

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From: "Jim Mehl" <mehl at ihot.com> 
To: "Bay Area Chile Heads" <bach at armory.com> 
Sent: Monday, January 18, 2010 6:48:56 PM (GMT-0800) Auto-Detected 
Subject: Re: [Bach] a hot sauce 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bill Gosper" <rwmgosper at yahoo.com> 
> Wow, you must grow the savinas indoors.  I've been four years w/o a fresh 
> one, and will drive anywhere in the Bay Area if you'll sell 
> me a handful to take to the owners of Tastebuds Indian Restaurant, (who 
> have a hothouse in Hanford). 
> --Bill Gosper 

It seems like some BACH person used to import Red Savinas to the 
Bay Area sometime back. I could misremember, 

Another I would like to be able to get fresh is Barkers from NM. 

Jim Mehl 


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