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9/28/10 12:52 P

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we grow all kinds of peppers. Habanero's, serano's, jalapeno's, poblano's, I had anahiem's but they died. And some of them aren't doing so well so might have to start them over next year. I love peppers, plus if your food is hot you drink more water!!!

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9/25/10 12:33 P

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This sounds really good Terri. I have had a ton of different peppers from my son's garden. I stuffed some cherry peppers with low fat cream cheese, and put them in jars with some good olive oil, vinegar, and Italian spices. The cream cheese softens the heat:-)
I also made hot pepper jam with the other kinds he gave me. Very good with a rice cracker and low fat cream cheese.

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6/7/10 5:11 P

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Ok, we have some peppers in the garden and I was trying to figure out what to do with them. this tasted sooooo good. I grilled 2 chicken breasts with alittle salt and some Ms. Dash spicy spice. I also grilled one corn on the cob at the same time in the husk. While that was grilling, I diced up a serano pepper and some mexican peppers. You could probably use anaheim or anything really, depending on the spice you wanted. I also diced up some cherry tomatoes. I added probably about 1/2 cup of black beans, drained. You could add more depending on your tastes. When the chicken was done I diced it small and added that. Plus the corn. For cheese I used 2 wedges of the laughing cow light garlic/herb. It was just enough to make it kind of creamy, not super cheesy. This was my stuffing. I mixed it good. Then I cut my 2 peppers, cleaned them out and stuff each half. I had tons of stuffing left over too so I put that in aluminum foil. All this went on the grill and grilled for about 20-30 min. or until the peppers started to get soft. I served it with some more corn on the cob and some fresh squash grilled. It was super super yummy!!!! The BF ate it all and wanted more. So thought I would share, since alot of us have gardens and this used all my fresh garden stuff!!

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