This is definitely one of my favorite peppers – the fruit is beautiful red, thin skinned, early ripening and so sweet!! I first heard about these when I was visiting a farm in Pennsylvania at least 15 years ago. It took almost a decade for me to find the seed and start growing them. It is a traditional Italian frying pepper and this particular variety is named for the grandson of the man who brought to from Basilicata, Italy to Connecticut in the 1880’s. In addition to great flavor, I love that it is in the Slow Food Ark of Taste and has such a great story. More info about the people and the pepper can be found here.