P - Pepper

The black pepper corns when raw - Have you seen them? The spice known world wide and used in many recepies is grown in abundance in the south tropical region in India. I happened to click this picture while I was visiting Coorg(in Karnataka India) a while ago.


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chitra said...

I love this pepper corns in pickle.This mixed with fresh lemon can be made as nice pickle. Last year I had visited Sirumalai near Dindigul which had plenty of pepper farms

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Wow...this brings old memories... In Western Ghat also its common

KParthasarathi said...

Excellent picture.As Chitra said this pepper pickle is very delicious

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Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Ashwini - hope you get rid of that first comment, please.

I love this photo .. and now I see you can use the pepper green ..

I hope to visit India one day ..

Cheers Hilary

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