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You can download the score from the video: Hughes – Just Be Good To Green

George Redwood & Tom Hughes – Beautiful (Feat Pixie Lott)

Probably the most ambitious performance of my career, Singer/Songwriter George Redwood from Benfleet, Essex invited me to ‘The Oliver’s Conquest’ in Aldgate,…

I have a question about how to preserve green peppers? Can I preserve green peppers via freezer storage? And if so, how long can I store them in the freezer until they are inedible?

You can download the score from the video: Hughes – Just Be Good To Green

Wash the green peppers under running water.Cut the peppers in half, if desired, cutting out the stem, cleaning out the inside seeds and then rinsing the pieces. Freeze whole or cut fresh peppers in freezer-safe containers.Bring a pan of water to a boil to blanch the green peppers. When water is boiling, place the green pepper halves in the boiling water for 3 minutes; after 3 minutes, take the peppers out and immediately place them in a pot of ice cold water for 3 more minutes to stop the cooking.Remove the peppers from the ice water and dry the pieces with a towel. Portion the green peppers into freezer-safe containers and store them in your freezer.

I freeze mine for months.Wash, section the pepper, remove core & seeds.Technically, they should be blanched in boiling water.I don’t bother, but that will kill surface bacteria.Use tongs, pack in ziploc baggies, extract air.

I freeze slices of peppers unblanched. Just pick, wash, slice (discarding the stem, core, ribs, and seeds), place in a single layer in a flat pan, and freeze. When frozen, put into a freezer-safe zipper bag and return to the freezer. Take out what you need for your recipe and return the rest to the freezer. They should be fine for up to a year.You could do the same thing with store-bought peppers. However, since they have been picked for several days by the time they get to your store, they have already started breaking down and won’t keep as well, even frozen, as fresh-from-the-garden peppers. I’d try to use them within 3 months.

How to Freeze Green Peppers Without Blanching.A bountiful harvest or a sale that made it difficult to pass them up may have left you with more green peppers than it is feasible for you to quickly consume. Green peppers can keep in your refrigerator for up to three to five days, but if you need longer than that to incorporate them all into a meal, freezing is the best way to preserve them. While blanching is essential before freezing most vegetables, green peppers don’t need it, making freezing them a quick and simple process.Step 1 Wash the peppers under lukewarm running water.Step 2 Pat the peppers dry with paper towels to absorb any excess moisture.Step 3 Cut the stem off of each pepper and discard it.Step 4 Slice the peppers in half through their middles and scrape out the seeds with the knife.Step 5 Slice the pepper halves into strips or leave them whole, depending on your preference.Step 6 Place the peppers into large freezer bags and annotate the date with a marker on the bag.Step 7 Place the green peppers into the freezer; for best results, they should be used within a year.Tips and Warnings You can freeze the peppers or pepper slices individually to keep them from sticking together by first placing them on a wax paper-lined baking sheet in a single layer without touching. After they have cooled in a level area of your freezer for at least an hour, transfer them into bags.************************************************************How to Preserve Bell Peppers for Use All Year LongBy Zora Hughes , eHow Contributorupdated July 04, 2011 Print this articleHow to Preserve Bell Peppers for Use All Year.Whether you saute them in a pan or throw them on the grill, bell peppers are the perfect complement for a wide variety of meals. These crunchy, mild peppers are also healthy for you, containing high amounts of vitamins A and C, as well as being a good source of dietary fiber. Bell peppers come in a variety of colors, most notably green, red, yellow and orange. You can purchase fresh bell peppers in bulk and store them for up to a year as long as you properly preserve them in the freezer.Things You’ll Need Baking sheet Plastic freezer containerInstructions 1 Slice the bell peppers into thin strips, discarding the stem, seeds and core. You may also chop the bell peppers up into tiny pieces if you prefer. 2 Spread the sliced or chopped peppers onto a baking sheet in an even layer. 3 Place the tray into the freezer until the peppers are frozen solid. 4 Remove the tray from the freezer and place the peppers into a freezer-safe plastic container or freezer bag, and remove as much air as possible. The bell peppers will last 10 to 12 months in the freezer.Tips & Warnings Wrap small amounts of the frozen bell peppers individually in plastic wrap, then place in the freezer bag or container. This way, you only need to grab one or two of the wrapped bell peppers, without exposing all of the bell peppers to the elements each time you open the container.How to Preserve Bell Peppers for Use All Year Long |

I have never had any luck freezing peppers.I’m assuming you mean Bell peppers. They are so full of water that they physially break down and turn to mush when thawed. Spend the $20. and buy a cheap food dryer and dry them for a few days. They keep flavor better, dont need to be refrigerated and you dont have to wait for them to thaw out to use them. A handful in a pot of soup works wonders.

Langston Hughes poetry help!? what kind of poem is ” In time of silver rain? “It like a free verse? sonnet?
In Time of Silver Rain By Langston Hughes In time of silver rainThe earthPuts forth new life again,Green grasses growAnd flowers lift their heads,And over all the plainThe wonder spreads Of life, of life, of life! In time of silver rainThe butterfliesLift silken wingsTo catch a rainbow cry,And trees put forthNew leaves to singIn joy beneath the skyAs down the roadwayPassing boys and girlsGo singing, too,In time of silver rain When spring And life Are new. Now, do you read a fixed meter? An end rhyme scheme? Perhaps a structured poem that the past masters used? No? Then I would agree with your first assessment that it’s a free verse poem celebrating Spring. Now, if you are good, think deeper metaphor meaning(s) that this poem may imply.