Thank You, Oliverio!


My website is linked on the main page of the Oliverio Peppers website! Thank you, Oliverio! I use Oliverio peppers in my pepperoni rolls (pictured above) and pie with beef and Italian peppers. If you’re not from around here (West Virginia) and don’t know about the best peppers in the world, visit the Oliverio Peppers website here. I’ve been talking about them on my website forever and now they know who I am! How cool is that?

I also just found out that I’m mentioned and quoted (from one of my Charleston Daily columns) in the January issue (on page 2) of the West Virginia Market Bulletin in a column by WV agriculture commissioner Gus Douglass! If you don’t live in West Virginia (or don’t get the Market Bulletin), you can read it here.

Both of these mentions were a total surprise! I think I like 2010 already.


  1. Natalie C. says:

    Congratulations on your recognition 🙂

  2. JOJO says:

    :snowman: :woof: :snowman:
    Congratulaions Suzanne on both mentions.
    My Hubby introduced me to Oliverio peppers about 30 years ago, he is also from WV, and we always have them in our home, as well as the hot pepper rings. Our Son, also a pepper fan makes a “pepper run” every few months, we buy them by the case, it is nice that you can now buy them on line, I dont think there is another product like them. I read about the market bulletin and have since subscribed to it. Thank you for passing that on to us.


  3. Wendy says:

    Congrats Suzanne! That’s wonderful news!

    I’ve never had Oliverio peppers (not from WV) but I’m going to give them a try – since I can order them online and they come so highly recommended.

  4. Susan at Charm of the Carolines says:

    We are barely into the new year by 2 weeks and already several successes have come your way. They weren’t by accident!



  5. BuckeyeGirl says:

    Well, today’s the day I’ll have to give these a try Suzanne. Yum Yum Yum! I hope mine taste as good as these look!

  6. Heidi says:

    That is so cool! How exciting, huh? Lets hope they generate more readers for you. And thanks for the reminder that I still haven’t made that beef pie yet. Adding it to my menu planner right now.

  7. Chic says:

    Congratulations Suzanne!!! You deserve it with all the hard work you do on your Blog and I just want you to know how much I love and appreciate the fact that you write every day (other than losing Internet or power). I’ve been wanting to try your Pepperoni Rolls so I’m going to order some of those peppers on line. If it wasn’t for you…I wouldn’t even know about them! :hungry2:

  8. wvhomecanner says:

    For those trying these great products for the first time, you might want to try the Gift Pack. Then you can sample the many different combinations of peppers and find your favorites! If you aren’t a fan of Really Hot, gift the Red Hot peppers to a heat lovin’ friend and they’ll love them. Oliverio’s Spaghetti sauce is VERY good also – it’s the only heat and eat sauce we’ll buy at my house for busy night meals.
    Not affiliated – just live a few miles from Oliverio’s location and they are a legend around here :yes:


  9. Janessa says:

    Congrats on the mentions. I’ve never heard of these peppers before but I will definitely be checking out their website, thanks! Have a wonderful Sunday!

  10. Connie B says:

    Congrats on the mention on their website. Hopefully it will generate even more traffic for both your blog and Oliverio’s website. I checked out their website and I think I’m going to order a gift pack on payday.

  11. Helen says:

    I was a little confused with Gus’s message. Did he mean that chickens should be looked at not as pets but as omelettes? I would be a bit perturbed by the condescending attitude. Also, Anna Lee should relax, chickens do not bother your flowers if you keep them fenced in runs or chicken tractors. If I seem rude, I am sorry for that, but I feel so strongly about keeping livestock where you live. Zoning really bugs me. I guess I am too independent. Sure there are reasons why people don’t want agriculture in their backyards, but we are getting so far away from our roots that we need to back up and re-examine our goals. Suzanne you are a shining example to us all! Agri-on!

  12. Barbee' says:

    Well now, isn’t that nice! I clicked and read both links. Good for you!

  13. Dana Lou says:

    We have a local Italian restaurant here that opened in the 1960’s. (They actually deliver Pizza, subs, spaghetti, etc. They have a sandwich called “The Baby Napoli”. It is my favorite sandwich!!!!. They make their own bread and this sandwich consists of 2 pieces of thick sliced Italian bread, (toasted with butter and garlic salt!) inside is a sirloin burger, melted real American cheese and Olivero Peppers. It is fantastic!!!The flavors are great together!!!! I have made them at home..pretty good!!! :hungry:

  14. kerri says:

    How neat to see these mentions. Every little bit of publicity helps!
    Those pepperoni rolls look so delicious!

  15. Jessica says:

    That is really neat Suzanne! Congrats!

  16. Angela Pierce says:

    :woof: Yea! Yea! YEA! Its true, now the world knows just how wonderful CITR truely is. Way to go Suzanne, your making a difference for the better!
    Im so proud! :yes:

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