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These Stuffed Bell Peppers Are Classic

Monday, March 9, 2020 Food

These Stuffed Bell Peppers are such a classic. They’re made with a mix of ground beef, rice, onions, tomatoes, and spices. No need to pre-cook the filling , stuff, bake, and serve!

Stuffed bell peppers a classic American dish that one can’t easily find in restaurants.

It’s essentially meatloaf stuffed into bell peppers and baked in the oven. My mom and dad have their own different versions, both delicious. This one is my dad’s.

 

The Best Peppers to Buy

These stuffed peppers can be made with any bell pepper. Red, yellow, and orange peppers are sweeter, because they’re riper, having been on the plant longer, while green peppers have a fresh bitterness that can make a welcome contrast to the meatloaf-like filling. Pick your favorite or mix them up!

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Lets Make Turkey Kabobs with The Easy Kabob

Monday, May 20, 2019 Food  No comments

Lets talk Turkey kabobs

Lets talk turkey and kabobs, I ran across something to aid me in making these and I have to admit I have fallen in love with it. There are so many different ways you can make things with this tool. I have so many different ways I want to try using this. I have used beef and turkey so far and they were a hit

When you think of kabobs would you think of using ground turkey? We are going to today and I have something for you. I picked up this neat little tool called Easy Kabob. I am using this tool to make what I like to call turkey dogs. I used ground turkey burger, Carne Asada seasoning, salt, pepper, egg, garlic bread crumbs. I will post the recipe below. I also posted a video from Easy Kabob to show you how it works...

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Lets Make Tuna Salad with Avocado

Monday, May 13, 2019 Food

Lets Make Tuna Salad

So there I was laying around one day craving some tuna salad and wanted to experiment, Well.. This is what I came up with, Tuna salad with avocado I wanted to change it up some. So I decided to do away with the mayo, thats right I said no mayo! Wait till you try it.

You have to try this Avocado Tuna Salad, when most people think of tuna salad you think of Mayo, but we are going to change it up a little. we will make it with Avocado instead. 

This won’t be your everyday tuna salad sandwich, leave out the mayo and replace it with avocado. Add some red onion, lemon zest and juice, sprinkle with the green of cilantro or parsley, and wow!

Put the avocado tuna salad between two pieces of toast and you have a perfect tuna salad sandwich with the lovely addition of avocado...

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Let’s Make Some Crockpot Pizza

Monday, March 11, 2019 Food  One comment

PIZZA IN A CROCKPOT

Let’s Make Some Crockpot Pizza !!

I have a deliciois way to enhance pizza night.Its easy and fun to make. Kids really like it, never lasts long around the house. Who doesn’t love pizza night ? If you are one who does, Try this Delicious PIZZA IN A CROCKPOT

 You use the same ingredients as a normal pizza, only thing is you’re not making it in the oven it’s in a crockpot and using NO boil Lasagna Noodles, as I guess you could say crust and it will be layered like a Lasagna. I will be using turkey burger in this recipe but you can use beef, sausage, any meat you would like and same goes for the goodies you like on your pizza. It is so easy to make and put together. Once you have the ingredients you want ready, and your meat cooked you will be ready to put it together...

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Try This Great Sausage, Pepper, and Potato Bake

Monday, November 19, 2018 Food

This Sausage, Pepper, and Potato Bake is a crowd-pleasing and budget-friendly meal that still feels indulgent. Look for kielbasa on sale and round it out with peppers, potatoes, and onions.

Like most adults, I struggle with finding the right balance between frugality and indulgence when it comes to meals. Basically, I’m super frugal but it makes me mad when I can’t buy whatever I want to eat! Also, like many people I know, the end of the month tends to reveal itself in my sparse pantry.

I actually encourage its barrenness and enjoy being resourceful. Growing up, we often didn’t have a full larder. Many nights we ate canned spiced ham with rice for dinner. Those memories help me to appreciate the value of a full fridge.

A BUDGET-FRIENDLY MEAL

This Sausage, Pepper, and Potato Bake is...

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Try these Salted Pork-Chops on a Himalayan Salt Block

Sunday, November 11, 2018 Food  No comments

I tried something different yesterday and done some Salted pork chops on a Himalayan Salt Block on my green mountain pellet grill. I just love using this little grill, I will attempt about anything on it. There hasn’t been much I haven’t made on here. I do believe these have to be by far the best pork chops I have ever made. I also have to thank my wife for the Himalayan Salt Block she got me for my birthday. Ok on with the Chops !

I put the Salt block in grill before starting, set grill to 150 degrees and let it come up to temp. Once it reached 150 degrees I waited 10 minutes and then set temperature to 300 degrees...

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Try this Great Pepperoni Pizza Penne Pasta

Thursday, October 18, 2018 Food

Eat Your Food! Think of pepperoni pizza, but as pasta! Kid-friendly, and parents can add some extra spice to their bowls with a crunchy breadcrumb topping.

Getting kids to try new foods is a big goal of mine. Most kids don’t like new foods right away. They have to be exposed to them over and over again before they grow accustomed to new foods and maybe  even like them.

Sometimes I like to introduce flexibility and creativity to mealtimes by preparing familiar flavors but in a different format—such as this Pepperoni Pizza Penne!

Pasta with Mozzarella toss the pasta, pepperoni and mozzarella

What kid doesn’t love pepperoni pizza, right? And this has all the normal flavors of a classic, simple, kid-friendly pepperoni pizza, but with pasta instead.

Believe it or not, getting kids used to seeing foods in unexpected meals is a big step toward...

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Bagel Breakfast Casserole with Sausage, Egg, and Cheese

Saturday, September 22, 2018 Food

1 Prep the oven: Preheat your oven to 350°F, then lightly grease or butter a 13”x 9” casserole dish.

2 Prep the bagels: Using a serrated bread knife, cut each bagel into bite-size pieces. I like to cut the bagel in half (from top to bottom) and then cut each half into fourths. Try to cut the bagel into pieces that are no larger than an inch.

Breakfast Casserole with Bread cut the bagels up

3 Make the egg mix and combine with the bagels: In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs, half-and-half, salt, and pepper until no yolk is visible and the mixture is smooth.Add the cut bagels to the egg mixture and, using a large spoon or spatula, toss to coat the bread in the liquid. Set this to the side to allow the bread to soak while you brown the sausage.

Sausage Breakfast Casserole with Bagels whisk together egg and half and half

Overnight Breakfast Casserole with Sausage add the egg to the bagels

4 Cook the sausage, onion, and pepper: Heat the oil in a large skillet over m...

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