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The Peppers Are Coming! The Peppers Are Coming! by Cathee C. Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 4:20pm Yes, Yes! I know! The excitement of it is almost too much to handle right? Really though, I was beginning to think those little peppers weren't going to cooperate-but today those seedlings are going strong. There are at least two sprouts in each pod and they look like they have potential. Not bad for a $.30 seed pack. The broccoli ... Read on »
The Peppers Are Coming! The Peppers Are Coming! by Cathee C. Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:20pm Yes, Yes! I know! The excitement of it is almost too much to handle right? Really though, I was beginning to think those little peppers weren't going to cooperate-but today those seedlings are going strong. There are at least two sprouts in each pod and they look like they have potential. Not bad for a $.30 seed pack. The broccoli ... Read on »
Roasted Chicken and Red Pepper Sandwiches Recipe by onhealthfood Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 12:19am Tonight I kicked off the start of the week with some homemade roasted chicken and red pepper sandwiches. They were a hit! This recipe is loaded with healthy ingredients and makes a light but filling meal. The sandwiches have healthy fats ( avocado, olive oil), greens (arugula, basil), veggies (red peppers, onion), protein (chicken), and whole ... Read on »
Shishito peppers by adrienneats Posted Wed 03 Aug 2011 9:37am Saturday morning I was making my normal rounds at the farmers market. I said hello to familiar faces, picked up eggs and filled my bag with a variety of summer vegetables. I was at one of my favorite farmers' tents ready to pay for lemon cucumbers, when they asked me to try their Japanese shishito peppers. They had just sauteed the peppers in ... Read on »
Non-Traditional/Traditional Breakfast: Breakfast Stuffed Peppers by FitMomsFullPlates Posted Fri 27 Dec 2013 11:00am Growing up, breakfast was not a meal that I really bothered with—I pretty much hated eggs.  Bacon was gross unless it was burned, and the only kind of sausage I liked were the frozen, fake breakfast sausage.  That left me with little options as I had ver specific ideas of what breakfast should be (hello pancakes and waffles!)  It wasn’t until I ... Read on »
Natural Prostate Health – Black Pepper & the Prostate by Evelyn Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 12:00am This is a guest post by Ernesto Martinez.  If you are interested in submitting a guest post, check out the guidelines . Who Knew? The black pepper that spices up our food, and makes it taste better, can also help fight cancer in our bodies. Researchers at the University of Michigan, and other instituti ... Read on »
Red Pepper & Arugula Tortilla by Humblebee Design Boutique Facebook Posted Wed 06 Jul 2011 7:26am Ingredients- whole wheat tortilla wraps - red pepper - arugula - feta - salsa verde - pepper, to taste Slice the red peppers long ways, laying 4-5 down the half of the open, flat-faced tortilla. Add a small bed of arugula and cover in feta and salsa verde on the same half. Sprinkle a little pepper and ... Read on »
The Pepper Plant by flakymn Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 5:58am If you enjoy reading about our family, you definitely need to hop over to my husband's blog, to read a fun story about Elijah and his pepper plant.  It is almost dead.  Still barely clinging to life.  There is but one leaf that still has some green on it.  It never grew more than about ten inches tall, but it did produce one pepper.  This pa ... Read on »
Hummus-Stuffed Sweet Baby Pepper Bites by Healthy Jalapeno Posted Thu 21 Jun 2012 7:30am  Snacking doesn't always have to be unhealthy or take forever for good taste... just a quick trip to the grocery store for under $7. This snack was something brought out at a work party and I have been making it ever since. It's quick, easy, delicious and a HEALTHY taste everyone will love. And everyone loves a healthy delicious snack ... Read on »
Pepper and Salt: Not So Basic After All by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 3:01pm I dined at a Sichuan Chinese place recently and was struck by the interesting properties of the dishes. Rather than blasting my mouth with simple, overwhelming spiciness (which I’ve always heard about in Sichuan cooking), the dishes presented a more nuanced, almost narcotic heat. It was definitely spicy, but much more than that – my mouth was ... Read on »