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1GROVES2
Posts: 10,153
3/5/13 1:15 P

This sounds so good! I am so glad I looked into message, trying to figure out what Moosewood Peppers were....LOL
;)



LIBBYL1
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11/27/12 10:27 P

It is from my now very battered Moosewood book - The Enchanted Broccoli Forest . It was the first recipe book I ever had - given to me about 30 years ago by my mother when I became a vegetarian. And it is my go to one still - though it has come apart at the seams and many of the recipes are spattered with the ingredients! I love how it is written and the simple and delicious recipes. I will definitely try this for my daughter who is 17. her comfort food is pasta (since she was 2) with pesto or just olive oil, parmesan and tabasco....




BARBRAKAV
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11/27/12 10:14 P

Libby - thanks so much - this is it! Did you get it from a Moosewood Cookbook? Which one? and yes, give it a try = he's almost 30 and it's been his favorite since he could say "spicy spaghetti"!



LIBBYL1
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11/27/12 10:04 P

Hi...I am going to try this tonight after reading that he remembers is! It is one of the recipes in the Moosewood book I have that I have not made:
- cook one clove crushed garlic in 4 tablespoons of olive oil with salt, 1/2 tsp of oregano, 1/2 tsp of dried basil, lots of fresh black pepper and 1/2 crushed red hot pepper. Cook for about 1 minute. Add six thinly sliced sweet peppers and saute them until tender (about 5-8 minutes). Remove from heat and stir in 4 tablespoons red wine vinegar and toss with hot pasta.

Enjoy.....



BARBRAKAV
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11/24/12 12:37 A

my son requested this dish I used to make years ago when he was a little boy - about 6 bell peppers of different colors sauteed in olive oil then mixed with spaghetti and a little bit of red wine vinegar......but I cannot find the actual recipe - does this sound familiar to anyone? I could make something up - but I'd really like to make it the way I used to.......

Thanks



 
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