We are working on our branding. Posted on 2 Mar 09:07 , 0 comments

For many years we have used a material with peppers printed on it, back in the day we cut out little squares of this material and topped our ghost pepper jars with it as a cute decoration. Many of our customers remember this. We no longer do this as it became really hard to cut out enough squares to keep up with sales....and to tell you the truth my hands couldn't take all that cutting, cutting, cutting!

We have aprons made out of that same material and many of you comment how cute we look and you like our theme. We have decided to build on that theme and have had custom hats made for us by https://stacyspinkmartiniboutique.com/.  They turned out so cute that we ordered a few more and have decided to have some swag of our own to sell at our shows.

Many of you call us "those pepper people," so we are gradually adding the words ~the pepper people to our products, and down the road want to drop the Treats by T name altogether.

Our new website will be called Gopepperpeople.com. We think this will be a little easier to remember when searching for our products.

We're now available on Amazon in the Grocery & Gourmet Food. Posted on 7 Feb 09:27 , 1 comment

Tom has worked very hard to get us on Amazon. Please see the following link when your looking for us. Oh, and a review after purchase would be wonderful. We are in the Grocery & Gourmet Food Category



It's going to be a bumper crop! Posted on 28 Jul 09:08 , 0 comments

Wow! is all we can say when looking at our garden this year. We were able to plant more ghost peppers this year, due to Tom building a new garden bed. We have plenty of blossoms and plenty of peppers growing. The peppers are still green and will have to change colors to red, we are thinking the later part of August.  Last year here in Minnesota,we got a freeze around mid September. So we are hoping to get more peppers earlier,with more plants growing. Grow peppers grow! While everyone else is complaining about the hot humid weather, Tom and I look at each other with a smile and say "Great pepper growing weather". Stay tuned.