I noticed a wonderful looking recipe for Mexican Stuffed Peppers on the Mennonite Girls Recipe Blog...and thought I would give it a try. So I went down the road to the nearest pepper stand...and came home with a brightly coloured 'peck o' peppers' (whatever that is).
When hubby discovered his favorite stuffed peppers were going to be of the Mexican variety this time, he thought that was too much of a departure from tradition...and requested the same old stuffed peppers he had always known and enjoyed. So I'm sure the Mexican ones are great...but we won't know this time around.
Mine were stuffed with a mixture of ground beef, rice, grated onion, grated potato, tomato soup, salt and pepper...and baked in tomato sauce.
I baked six for supper and froze the rest for the another day.
And I have mentioned these potatoes before, but since they are a favorite, I will pass along the recipe for Crash Potatoes once again (thanks to Vee for introducing me to these some months ago). They go well with BBQ'd meats, but last night we had them with stuffed peppers...and I actually used some of those fresh herbs from my garden. And (for the record)...Tim and Heidi came for dinner, so we had help eating that pan full of potatoes!
It looks like it will be another 'in day' today...summer seems a distant memory.
Check back tomorrow afternoon...if you've left me a comment this week, you may just be receiving a small memento from 'My Front Porch' in the mail.