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Default Pepper Pepper who's got the Pepper?

Looking through several seed catalogs and a google search, I could not
find a plant or seed that matches up with one of my favorite peppers --
The "pepperchino" peppers. Those yellow juicy peppers that are great on
salads, pizza and sandwiches.

So is the word "pepperchino" a pepper or a canning/processing technique?

If it is a pepper plant -- Where can I get the seeds or plants to Grow?

If it is a processing technique -- What is another name for this pepper?

Enjoy Life ...... Dan

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Default Pepper Pepper who's got the Pepper?

Dan L. wrote:

So is the word "pepperchino" a pepper or a canning/processing technique?


You may want to google for "peperoncino", "peperoncini", or "pepperoncini".

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Paulo da Costa wrote:

Dan L. wrote:

So is the word "pepperchino" a pepper or a canning/processing technique?


You may want to google for "peperoncino", "peperoncini", or "pepperoncini".

Paulo


That is interesting ... Different ways to say hello.

Hmm... "peperoncino", "peperoncini", or "pepperoncini" and ....
peperchino, pepperchino all different spellings came up with listings
for food recipes. However the third one came up with plants and a link
that explained most of what I was looking for. It is a banana/chili
pepper pickled.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepperoncini

What is more interesting - From that link, it seems to say that -
"pepperoncini" and "peperoncini" are different peppers one sweet, one
hot. Or does the word "italian" make the difference or the extra letter
P ?

I should leave it here or these Pepper questions will dig a very deep
hole

I thank you for your quick response

Enjoy Life ....... Dan

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