Although the chinense variety known as the datil pepper has been grown near St. Augustine, Florida, for hundreds of years, the other varieties of the species were virtually unknown in this country.
Yes, you can buy spicy ketchup at the store but there’s something to be said for concocting your own take on it at home, too. We like this version as a great way to spice up anything else you’d blorp with ketchup.
This sauce will keep for weeks in the refrigerator. Use it to spice up eggs, sandwiches, soups, and seafood.
Like your hot crazy ex, Gindo’s Honey Habanero hot sauce blends sweet with heat. Unlike said ex, you’ll feel good every time you get back together with it.
This coronavirus habanero ramen is what happens when I rummage through my pantry and my freezer for something to cobble together. That’s mostly because I don’t care to go to the grocery store.
This is a seriously hot sauce; use it with caution. Keep away from pets, open flames, unsupervised children, drunks, and scoundrels.
The habanero relatives that we have collected and planted over the years are but a small fraction of the total number of pod types in the species. However, they paint a fascinating picture of the world of this intriguing species of chile pepper.