Red Hot Chili Peppers

The thin kind of chili
The long kind of chili
The big-fat-kind of chili
After getting shocked to see the price of shallot that suddenly getting so high, lately I am also preparing myself to get ready to find out the high price of chili. For Indonesian people, both, shallot and chili are the most favorite spices that must be put in every dish they cook.

Although my husband, my girls and I are not really into spicy food but still I keep some chili in my fridge just in case I need it. I never thought that the chili seeds that I spread unintentionally in the back yard finally grow well. A few days ago, I just noticed that there are four chili trees in my yard and they all are ready to harvest. These independent chili trees, i.e. they just grow by themselves, come out with different kind of chili size, some are fat while others are thin, but their taste are the same, super spicy!       

2 comments:

Hani March 28, 2013 at 11:48 AM  

mari kita berkebun. lumayan cabenya untuk buat rujak...hehehe

riana March 28, 2013 at 8:35 PM  

@Hani: Ide bagus, lebih menarik lagi kalo ngerujaknya di Lombok yaaa:)