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Choice Produce and Peppers
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From the vendor's website at http://www.choicepeppers.com

"Specializing in hand-picked peppers that are lovingly strung together in a quiet neighbourhood of Seattle, these edible works of art are handmade by the owners."

This 360 photographer purchased one of the pepper displays in 2007 for approximately $10 and true to the seller's words, it has lasted intact in my mother-in-law's kitchen... hanging in the corner under the counter... in excess of 5 years.... and like my mother-in-law, the peppers have shrivelled like her skin, but also like her, they are still a spicy colourful display.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Uploaded: 06/01/2013
Updated: 03/07/2014
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