[Bach] Chef needs hot chiles

rrayment1 at comcast.net rrayment1 at comcast.net
Thu Jun 9 12:17:06 PDT 2011


Amen to that.  I miss the store and all the chileheads that came in.  The hotluck get togethers were a kick. 

I wonder how many are still out and about. 


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jim Mehl" <mehl at ihot.com> 
To: "Bay Area Chile Heads" <bach at armory.com> 
Sent: Tuesday, June 7, 2011 6:38:45 PM 
Subject: Re: [Bach] Chef needs hot chiles 

It is nice to see old familiar names and to know that chileheadedness (is that a word?) 
is not dead in the Bay Area 

Jim Mehl 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: rrayment1 at comcast.net 
To: Bay Area Chile Heads 
Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 12:31 PM 
Subject: Re: [Bach] Chef needs hot chiles 


Long time.... 

I have been using Cross Country Nurseries in New Jersey for my seedling for 6 years now.  They also sell fresh chilies at harvest time.  Prices vary. 


Check them out. 

Rob Rayment (former owner of Salsas, Etc!) 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jon Ziegler" < jonathan.zh at gmail.com > 
To: bach at armory.com 
Sent: Thursday, June 2, 2011 12:07:09 PM 
Subject: [Bach] Chef needs hot chiles 

Just in case this group isn't entirely dead... 

I was at a restaurant in San Francisco called Source the other day and was treated to two excellent and fairly hot house made sauces to go with my food.  The chef was lamenting the difficulty of obtaining good habaneros and ghost peppers.  Anybody here have a good answer?  Or a pointer to some person/place where a good answer may be found? 

Given the nature of the restaurant, I'm sure there are extra points for organic and locally grown. :) 




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