Stuffed peppers are fun, easy dishes to make and are great to make when you have people coming over, vegetarian or non-veg. This case I didn’t make them for guests. Instead I made them for my best friend, brother, and father. I was leaving to go on a trip to Los Angeles and I didn’t want to waste the remaining vegetables I had left in my fridge. Generally, stuffed peppers are made with bell peppers, but I always like to add a kick in there somewhere, so I used poblano peppers instead. They give just enough kick for those who don’t enjoy much spice, as well as, those who love to eat spicy foods.
I wanted to try a new international recipe the other day…something different but similar to Indian food. Something that was nutritious, flavorful, and simple, but wonderful! I came across a version of the Turkish Red Lentil Soup with Chard that had a small twist to it and tried to put my own little spin on it.
Who Loves Football? I definitely do!! San Francisco 49ers!!!! SUPER BOWL! Here we come! Who’s with me?
This past weekend I had a group of friends over at my place to watch the NFC Championship game, which was amazing! As I had last year, I made a fully loaded, tub of turkey chili (you can substitute the minced meat for more beans and/or tofu). It was a hit! Turkey is a leaner meat than chicken. Its a healthier choice for a healthier diet! No saturated fats…. even better!