Hot(ish) Peppers and Cutworms

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I recently harvested some hot-ish peppers from my garden. Jalapeño peppers we use often. I bought a rather established plant from the local nursery out here so no surprise the plant has begun producing. But the Greek pepperoncini I got as a tiny little starter and about three or four weeks into it a cutworm sabotaged it. I propped it up with a stake and hoped for the best, but secretly I thought it was a goner. So I’m thrilled to see it producing now! But…what to do with them? I haven’t quite figured that out yet. Vinegar will likely be involved.

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