What a gorgeous pepper for today’s photo. I love peppers stuffed in all sorts of ways and baked.
MaryJane, i hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! What kind of pie did you enjoy this morning and what time? Did you start off the celebration at one minute past midnight?? inquiring minds want to know!!
I haven’t had my pie yet. I so enjoyed all the food yesterday, I’m holding off for a few more … seconds. Pumpkin for me. How often do you get pumpkin pie for breakfast??
I am so full right now, that I am off to the gym to try and work off this past 16 hours of feasting!! Pumpkin Pie for Breakfast is a terrific choice! I love it’s cold and creamy texture.
I DREAM of growing peppers that look like that! For all of the many years I have lived here in North Idaho, that dream eludes me. Doesn’t stop me from trying though. Half the fun is in the chase.
For some reason where we are, all we have to do it toss out seed and we’re buried in bell peppers. It’s like growing zucchini for us.
Mine always end up with black streaks on their shoulders. Maybe I should just move up the hill then 🙂
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