I'll admit, the cooler weather has been nice lately. We've had to turn a few heaters on too. The rain is moving in, and for several days.
If you blinked, you would have literally missed this beautiful sky Monday morning. It was there one minute, and gone the next. I was lucky to get the camera in time.
Wash, slice and dehydrate the mix of garden hot peppers. Keep those seeds for more heat in the "fire powder." I used my mats to keep those seeds. In the past, I used parchment paper.
Dehydrate according to you dehydrator instructions. I have a small coffee grinder I used for grinding herbs, and I when these are dry, I grind them up, and pour them into a recycled spice jar and label.
It's a great way to use up all those leftover hot peppers in your garden. You could freeze them too, but I find that drying them and grinding them, makes a nice spice flavor to add to meals.