Red Hot Chile Sauce

Every summer, our Serrano and jalapeno plants are decked out with hundreds of shiny green and red ornaments waiting to be harvested. The harvest is ridiculously abundant with these two varieties, so besides making fresh salsa every few days, we have to find another quick and easy way to use our chiles so they don’t end up rotting off the plants. Since I don’t want … Continue reading Red Hot Chile Sauce

Lomita Farm Cookout: Chile roast, tomato stew, and squash showdown!

Poblano, Hatch, Big Jim, Barker’s X-Hot, Serrano, habanero, tomato, squash BOOM! All of these delicious chiles, peppers, and veggies growing in our garden needed to be either eaten or preserved pronto. It was time we had our first cookout of the harvest season! Our Chiles & Peppers: Poblano Chiles The poblano, originating from Puebla, Mexico, is a mild chile, which looks similar to an elongated … Continue reading Lomita Farm Cookout: Chile roast, tomato stew, and squash showdown!