Spanish padron peppers, also known as Pimientos de Padron, are absolutely delicious as a tapas food (appetizer) and they are very simple to prepare. Pan fry them in hot oil until the skin blisters. Then sprinkle some sea salt and lemon (optional) over the top, and serve stem-on . Padron’s can also be a lively addition to pizzas, salads, pasta and rice dishes.  About 1 in 5 will be really spicy – but most of them have a wonderful savory, grassy and peppery taste. Ours have all been pretty spicy this year, we’re still trying to learn how to grow and pick them on the mild side!