Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA

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Russ Jackson
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2008/09/18 19:52:42 (permalink)

Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA

Could I get a better description of Johnny's famous hot as pictured here. What kind of pepper is a long hot? Is it pickled or cooked? Have any of you dressed it up? What kind of sausage is it? Are they available? ...Russ

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    DougS
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    RE: Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA 2008/09/18 20:35:25 (permalink)
    Looks like a grilled Serrano pepper.
    The dog looks a little boring to me.
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    joerogo
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    RE: Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA 2008/09/18 23:47:34 (permalink)
    Russ, My favorite pepper, Italian Long Hots. Medium heat with a great flavor. Also a long growing season. It is always the first and last pepper from the garden.

    Best bet is to saute over very low heat in olive oil. you don't want to char the skin or burn the oil.

    Just picked today.

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    Foodbme
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    RE: Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA 2008/10/17 17:23:41 (permalink)
    Does anyone have a recipe for making Pepper Hash???
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    mncorn
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    RE: Johnny Hots Philadelphia, PA 2008/10/18 02:03:18 (permalink)
    Russ, skip the pepper in the dog. How about chile or krout?
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