are grown on vines like clusters which is dried to form black pepperconrs.Used as a spice all across the world and so is of high demand .Kerala-The gods own country produces a large quantity of them.Every household in Kerala would have a vine growing in their backyards.
The finest variety is called the Tellicherry pepper for the extra large size of the berry and are grown in the Malabar region of Kerala.
Jan – March is the plucking season of peppers and after a long time had the time to get a closer look of the plucking,cleaning and drying.#keralahome had these vines grown around larger trees and lately #momofthree had planted them on pots with a round metal frame to support the vines.They grow pretty well around the metal frame and a beautiful sight to watch them when they are fully matured.
The matured ones are dried to form black peppercorns.The outer skin of the ripe pepperconrs are removed and the centre seed is dried to form the white pepper.
Had been thinking of making some pickled green peppercorns for a while .As the green pepperconrs were available did try the pickled version.Hope those green ones would retain the colour and become tender to the bite and would have a milder spice factor in few days inside the vinegar-sugar-salt concoction.
Did someone say Monday? I’d rather just go back to my bed and sleep🤷🏼♀️😴
Happy Monday everyone have a brilliant day.
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Trying to make up for the weekend where I ate a fuck ton of carbs. Not even gonna look at the scales until I've had a few days of ketosis.
So this is a salad with smoked chicken, egg, gherkin, baby lettuce, capsicum, cheese and aioli.
I can't with "friends" sending me pickle shenanigans like this. Pickles are not the new bacon, so help me queer gods. No. No "friend" alerts you to the existence of a pickle slush! .