Hot stuff: When Scott and Bonnie Honold moved to Monroe, they found themselves longing for some decent fresh green chilies.
The couple was disappointed they couldn’t find the green chilies they had come to love in Colorado.
They tried ordering green chilies through the mail, but the shipping costs were too expensive.
So they started growing their own and eventually began selling their chilies at the Everett Farmers Market.
“We are a very small grower and for us it is not about money but sharing the love of green chilies,” the couple said in an e-mail to The Herald.
The venture also is a family adventure for their three young sons.
They sell a hot green chili called Barker, a medium-hot Big Jim and the mild Anaheim. Catch them at the market Sept. 7 and 21.
Debra Smith email@example.com