Looking more like a lipstick than an apple, these shiny 4″ fruits are elongated, with wide shoulders narrowing to a point, and fairly flat, like an ancho. Irresistibly appealing even before the ripe fruity sweetness touches your tongue. Use them in place of bell peppers in the Cajun Holy Trinity (bell peppers, onion, celery), for smaller stuffed peppers, for sweeter sauces, soups, stews, and even steeping to flavor liquids. The flavor is distinctively fruity. (80 days) Open-pollinated.