This Chile Verde recipe was adapted from a recipe for simmering pork in this yummilicious sauce – so yummilicious that I thought it deserved to go on other things! Try it in beans, for a vegetarian bean to go on tortillas, or add chicken.
Sudden wilting is caused by various reasons, Bacterial Wilt being one of them. Bacterial wilt is caused by different pathogens, depending on whether you are dealing with nightshades (pepper, tomato, potato, eggplant, tomatillos) or cucurbits (cucumber, melons, squash). In tobacco, it is known as Granville Wilt. Since there are various reasons for a plant to […]
Details Open-Pollinated: yes Type: standard Shape: standard Color: dark purple husk with fruit that ripens to purple where exposed to light; skin turns green when cooked Maturity: 75 days Size: 2-3 oz fruit; 3′ plant (see my results) Yield: see my results Taste: “delicious raw or stewed” Disease Resistance: ? Notes: Sources: (where to buy) […]
Details Open-Pollinated: yes Type: standard Shape: standard Color: light yellow when ripe Maturity: 60 days Size: 2 oz fruit Yield: see my results Taste: “zesty zing for Mexican sauces & salsa!” Disease Resistance: Environmental Tolerance: “thrives in heat of southern summers, but widely adapted” Notes: Sources: (where to buy) Park Seeds Results from My Garden: […]
Details Physalis ixocarpa Open-Pollinated Type: standard Shape: standard Color: ripens to yellow Germination: 6-14 days Maturity: 65 days Size: larger than typical tomatillos averages 2″ diameter Yield: heavy yielding Taste: “more savory flavor than other varieties” “preferred variety for Mexican dishes, including salsa verde & chili verde” Disease Resistance: ? Notes: Sources: (where to buy) […]