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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Photo Hunt - Hot





Capsicum Pepper or Siling Labuyo in Filipino is a diminutive fruit with a fiery goodness. These are the smallest variety of hot peppers found in the Philippines. It's a very popular condiment but can also be used for arthritis and rheumatism by crushing the fruit and mixing it with oil and applying it to the affected part.

Thank you so much for dropping by and your comments are most welcome. Happy Photo Hunting!


45 comments :

J o a N said...

We also have a pepper in our backyard back home :) And by the way, I am from the Philippines too :) Thanks for dropping by, too. :D

Carver said...

Good shots of the peppers and nice to know about the medicinal purposes. Have a great weekend.

-TNChick- said...

That's a lot of peppers!

I emailed you re: adding your other site, I now see they are different. I'll add it.

Mar said...

Oh, peppers!! I thought they were "only" hot, didn't know about the medicinal purposes.
Happy weekend :)

jams o donnell said...

Yum They look tasty! Happy Weekend

farmingfriends said...

I would like to have a go at growing some peppers and chillies but don't think it is hot enough in the uK for them to ripen. sara from farmingfriends

Sue said...

Coolio! I love hot peppers such as those! Happy photo hunting!

Queen of My Domain said...

Those are way to hot for me to eat. Good choice.

LadyBanana said...

Nice to see them growing there, great choice of hot..

Giles said...

wonderful hot choice for today's theme.

littlepolaris said...

I didn't know capsicum tree are like that! Thanks for sharing this, liza. ^^

tegdirb92 said...

What a great photo for hot!! Happy Saturday.

Mike Goad said...

Excellent choices. Those sure look like they could be hot

SabineM said...

I love Hot Peppers too!
Great choice for HOT!

Jesieblogjourney said...

I like red hot peppers. Do come to visit my hunt and you will understand why.

Happy hunting.

maiylah said...

love them!!! :)
just read your post about that man in the shopping mall .. yes, he got what he deserved! lol ...

happy weekend! :)
My PhotoHunt post

satkuru said...

now i have learned something from your entry :P

great take on this week's theme ;)

Huey said...

Ooo. I've learnt something this time. :D I can't take hot and spicy food much. :/

Colin Campbell said...

I like to grow these for their appearance. We rarely eat them because the kids find them to be hot.

Alix said...

Beautiful pictures

Sarge Charlie said...

that sure looks hot to me

CRIZ LAI said...

We called that cili padi over here. We have 2 varieties here. The local ones are smaller and extremely hot whereas the Thai ones are mediocre.

Valarie said...

Peppers look so pretty growing in the garden. I haven't tried this specific kind of pepper, but I LOVE spicy food. Hope you have a great weekend.

monaco said...

siling labuyo is one of the hottest there is. good choice for the week.

JC said...

Mmmm... love all kinds of peppers, and them being good for you is an added benefit!

Leah said...

Its nice to have a garden that can grow this. My dad would love to have one for sure.

Welcome to photo hunt. Nice photos.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Great peppers, I love them too (or a similar variety of them).

Natalie said...

I wish I could handle eating peppers like that. I'm a wuss!

My photo hunt picture is up. Come check it out if you get a chance. :)

Mishi/ Secret Agent Mama said...

Great choice!!! :D

ipanema said...

is that in your garden? ang galeng naman. we actually use the leaves as veggie. sa tinolang manok. :)

great idea! :)

ellen b said...

Hot chiles! I love how they spice up food. Happy hunting..

Siani said...

Ooh - I could do with some of those chillies for my arthritis! Great choice for this week's theme. Have a lovely weekend!

Just Jinny said...

My husband loves hot peppers. He would probably pick one of those right off the plant and eat it.

Goofy Girl said...

Sure looks like a hot little pepper!

rdl said...

must try growing some hot peppers next yr. to keep me warm all winter!

PowersTwinB said...

Well it sure looks like you know how to plant pepper plants! Wow! Thanks for visiting my hunt today

JO said...

I don't like sili... too hot for me!

Heather said...

Very cool!

peppylady said...

Thank you for stopping by.

We use hot pepper in our cooking and the most common one here in the local store is Jalpeno pepperes.

**"Liza"** said...

ohhh that sure is HOT! I love to used it with vinigar as a dipping for fried fish! YUM! mine is kinda late..hehehe

Gattina said...

I bed my mouth would burn when I eat some of them, lol !

alpha said...

yup, this is indeed HOT! i love this!

Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

Hot and also very pretty!

Janet said...

Mmmmm, I love some hot peppers! Thanks for visiting :-)

karoline said...

i Luv the peppers...we are all about hot hot hot...makes me yearn for summer..or at least a trip somewhere spicy..

k:)))

 
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