Red Hots

Red Hot pepper package:
“Arbol” peppers, red hots on the shelf in the grocery store, in El Paso. It’s a personal fascination, and I’m learning, albeit slowly and at the expense of search engine ranking, how to photograph peppers. Check out the “pepper porn” on the ubiquitous side project.



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  • Twiggy Aug 1, 2011 @ 16:24

    This photo makes me think of my father tricking me into eating “piri+piri”.
    Hot dosen’t even begin to describe that feeling.
    Happy Ruby Tuesday!

  • genie Aug 1, 2011 @ 16:45

    WOAH……These are WAY too hot for this old gal. My boys and my husband love the heat, but I will not go near it. Love the post , though. It reminds me of how many folk out there really do go for the HOT! Genie

  • Marites Aug 1, 2011 @ 16:58

    this is smoking! i’m afraid to try them myself. happy RT!

  • bj Aug 1, 2011 @ 17:14

    We love a little *heat from a good pepper but nothing so hot that it hurts. :))
    Happy Ruby Tuesday
    xo bj

  • Jama Aug 1, 2011 @ 17:32

    It’s called dried chillies here and a must have in my house, almost all my dishes will have them, just love the hot stuff!

  • Ralph Aug 1, 2011 @ 18:52

    These peppers offer a bod ruby, sweet maybe but hot for sure. Probably something I could use for spicing up something, but never alone. Perhaps deseeding them and allowing them to dry in the sun, then crush into a spicy powder. Naturally, my sensitive non Tex-Mex taste buds might not react too favorably to this in excess – but as they say, no pain, no gain…

  • Linda Makiej Photography Aug 1, 2011 @ 19:04

    Terrific Ruby Tuesday shot!! 🙂

  • DrillerAA Aug 1, 2011 @ 19:08

    WooHoo!! Hot stuff.
    Love a little spice in my chili.

  • Maria @ LSS Aug 1, 2011 @ 20:47

    Great shot!

  • Liz Aug 1, 2011 @ 20:48

    Too hot!

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  • chubskulit Aug 1, 2011 @ 23:08

    Oh, I love spicy stuff.

    My Ruby Tuesday

  • Kim,USA Aug 2, 2011 @ 9:15

    The packaging itself is screaming I AM HOT!!! ^_^

    RT

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