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Red hot and green

With fall roasting season come peppers of all varieties
“They’re already peeling themselves,” said Matt Hauser of MLS Fruit, while roasting peppers Saturday morning at Durango High School. Poblanos, chiles and sweet bells, sold at The Durango Farmers Market, also can be roasted to enhance flavor.
Most peppers including Italian heirloom and sweet peppers can be roasted or grilled.
Max Duenas, left, buys poblano peppers from Cindy Schroeder of Cottonwood Creek Farm on Saturday morning at the Durango Farmers Market.
Pimientos de Padrón, front, sauteed whole in olive oil with salt is a popular tapas appetizer. Jalapeño peppers, back, add heat to soups, sauces and salsas.

Red hot and green

“They’re already peeling themselves,” said Matt Hauser of MLS Fruit, while roasting peppers Saturday morning at Durango High School. Poblanos, chiles and sweet bells, sold at The Durango Farmers Market, also can be roasted to enhance flavor.
Most peppers including Italian heirloom and sweet peppers can be roasted or grilled.
Max Duenas, left, buys poblano peppers from Cindy Schroeder of Cottonwood Creek Farm on Saturday morning at the Durango Farmers Market.
Pimientos de Padrón, front, sauteed whole in olive oil with salt is a popular tapas appetizer. Jalapeño peppers, back, add heat to soups, sauces and salsas.
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