Love Coffee? Posted on 26 Jan 10:31 , 0 comments
Tim and Sarah are the owners of a fabulous coffee shop called BlueNose located in Farmington, MN. They got in touch with me to collaborate their love of my ghost pepper sauce and their love of coffee.
I came up with a coffee jam, that they use exclusively in their coffee shop. It's called Java Jam. If you love my ghost pepper sauce you will love this jam. It's based of my recipe with a few tweaks and features a hint of coffee flavor. It's only sold and used in the BlueNose coffee shop.
They feature java jam blended into some of their specialty coffee's and its also used on top of their breakfast items.
For many years I have used a material with peppers printed on it, back in the day I cut out little squares of this material and topped my ghost pepper jars with it as a cute decoration. Many of our customers remember this. I 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!
I have aprons made out of that same material and many of you comment how cute I look and you like my theme. I have decided to build on that theme and have had custom hats made for me and for friends by https://stacyspinkmartiniboutique.com
Many of you call me "that pepper lady" so I am gradually adding the words ~the pepper people to my products, and down the road want to drop the Treats by T name altogether.
My new website will be called Gopepperpeople.com. I think this will be a little easier to remember when searching for my products.
Pictured are a couple of my high school friends, modeling the new swag. Thanks John and Paul.
Last day of May Posted on 31 May 07:33 , 0 comments
It's the last day of May, the pepper plants have been planted, according to last years notes we are only 6 days behind in planting. That's the thing with mother nature, you have to wait till she's ready.
This year I am growing a new pepper plant for the cooking salts I make called the Carolina Reaper. It is suppose to be hotter than the Scorpion pepper I am currently using.
It's a cool 50 degree Minnesota Morning. If calculation are right we should be picking our first red ghost pepper towards the end of August.