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Tam Jalapeno Peppers
« on: August 10, 2015, 01:18:42 PM »
I like the flavor of jalapenos, but not the heat. This year I tried some GMO free seeds from Baker Creek called Tam Jalapenos which have all the flavor with only about 60% of the heat and thick walls. They are a winner in my book and my wife will even eat the salsa I make with them. Only 10 plants and my first picking was almost 1/2 bushel.
 

 

Sliced them up
 

 

and pickled 32 jars to enjoy on my nachos this winter.
 

 
 
The plants are over 4 feet tall already and loaded with flowers so this is only the beginning.
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Re: Tam Jalapeno Peppers
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2015, 03:00:40 PM »
TAM's have been around for a long time. Developed at Texas  A&M. Texas A&M milds. I prefer them hotter than that.
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Re: Tam Jalapeno Peppers
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2015, 09:02:05 PM »
Tam's are our favorite too.  I love them for ABT's (Atomic Buffalo Turds).  Mine don't seem to grow as large as yours though, but the plants are prolific.  This year we had a rabbitnado and they even ate the Tam's...some of them right down to the ground.
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Re: Tam Jalapeno Peppers
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2015, 09:40:24 PM »
Those would be good in Danjonit's Amazing Sawmill BBQ Sauce ICWAY. 
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Re: Tam Jalapeno Peppers
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2015, 07:33:50 AM »
Tam's are our favorite too.  I love them for ABT's (Atomic Buffalo Turds).  Mine don't seem to grow as large as yours though, but the plants are prolific.  This year we had a rabbitnado and they even ate the Tam's...some of them right down to the ground.
This year is the best year we have ever had for peppers. I put new compost in the raised beds and all my pepper plants are between 3 -5 feet tall and loaded with large fruit. It must be the 12 inches of rain we have had over the past 2 months. Never had a rabbit touch the peppers, but the beet greens are almost gone now. :)
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