Sweet Peppers


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Sweet peppers don’t come in just red and green any more—yellow, orange, and even purple bell peppers are fairly commonplace.

Plus there are more kinds of sweet peppers than just different colors of bell peppers.  You can have lots of fun when you visit your nearst farmers markets and specialty stores.

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2 thoughts on “Sweet Peppers”

  1. Hola Omar,
    your comment about farmer’s markets made me remember that we haven’t visited our favorite market in some time. The place has changed over the years from just a tent on weekends to a full-time BBQ “joint” and country store. It isn’t the traditional type market like before but they still offer freshly grown fruits and vegetables, etc. I think today we will drive over that way for a look and see what we can find!
    jim

  2. I am not familiar with farmers markets in the states. Down here we call them “”ferias libres”. Produce is fresh and prices are cheap, Fruits are specially in high demand in these rustic venues.

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