Jimmy Nardello Pepper


One of the easiest peppers to grow in our region, and one of the most versatile – delicious any way you prepare them:  fresh in salads or crudities, fried with sausage or eggs, dried, or just plain eating out of hand like a carrot.

Brought to Connecticut from the village of Ruoti in the Basilicata region of southern Italy in 1887 by Jimmy Nardello’s mother.


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