I've been enjoying peppers from the garden all summer long. We have had them in salads and casseroles since July. I've also been freezing a few batches. With the cooler weather, they aren't really maturing further so I decided to harvest what was out there. I was a bit startled by the yield. The long yellow ones are sweet bananas, and the long green and red ones are an Italian heirloom variety called Nardello. The more globe-shaped dark green ones are a mild chili called poblano. A few of the poblanos ripened to a very pretty red. I'll dry them to make anchos.
I'd like to thank Gary and Gary Lee's sheep for helping with this year's high yields.