Posts Tagged ‘Peppers’
Sometimes we get an item that is so ubiquitous that we just don’t think of all the quick and easy things to do with it. Case in point: Bell peppers. Sometimes we get in a rut in our thinking… What do I do with these peppers? Well, here are some quick and easy ideas from Facebook:
It’s alluring… It could be savory, or sweet, but seems somewhat risky in comparison to whipping together a regular pico de gallo. It sounds very sophisticated, but you may be still intimidated. We are here to help you untangle the anatomy of a mango salsa!
One of the blessings I’ve gotten from participating with Bountiful Baskets is the ability to change my family’s opinion about food. In the three years that I’ve been participating and volunteering (and running my own site, and facilitating many other sites in my state), my family has stopped eating at McDonald’s, started eating many more homemade meals, and finally – they’ve started requesting that I make staples for them.
I realize it may not seem like the time of year to post grilling ideas. I am a believer though in year round outdoor grilling and BBQing. One of my favorite episodes from the 80′s classic the Cosby Show is when Cliff decides to have a BBQ in the middle of the winter. Clair insists on eating indoors but agrees to using paper plates. I can totally identify with the need to light the charcoal and throw something on the BBQ regardless of the weather. My Dad and I are both known to grill in wind, rain or even snow.
We’ve had some of my favorite produce to grill in recent baskets and I thought I’d share a few of my favorite techniques.
A few months ago I had a driver arrive at my site and ask where the woman in charge was. When I told him I was the man in charge the driver responded, “Usually there is a women in charge, are you sure you know what you are doing?”
Jeanne G shared this recipe on the Bountiful Baskets Recipes Board:
Southwest Corn Relish
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Makes 6 to 7 pints
This condiment is a delightfully corny blend of tang and heat. The jalapeno chiles are tiny islands of spicy flavor that can be avoided by folks with more sensitive palates because they are relatively large in size. The relish is great to have on hand to top a platter of nachos or other Southwest-flavored dishes, or to scatter over green salads. It’s also wonderful stirred into rice, along with a bit of cheese and a dollop of sour cream.
Another great recipe from Jeanne Gibbons, shared on the Bountiful Baskets Recipes board:
Here’s how to pressure can chiles plain: