This past week, I wrote about how I had harvested a lot of habaneros. I've been racking my brain on how to use all these hot peppers. Yesterday when my husband left for work, I sent him off with a bag of peppers to give to his friend Max. He originally gave us the plant two years ago. He was happy to receive peppers from the same plant! He couldn't believe we had kept the plant alive, (this is how I know overwintering peppers really does work!) I decided to mince 3 of the peppers to use in a recipe of homemade chili! Habaneros are HOT, HOT, so you have to be careful cutting into these. It's wise to use rubber gloves, I learned this lesson the hard way. The oils on the pepper will stay on your hands, even after washing your hand, and once I rubbed my eyes and was in pain, despite washing my hands with soap!