This recipe is from one of Mom's "old, old" (30's)cook books and has been modified somewhat. This makes a wonderful, one "plank", company dinner. If you like oysters, you'll love these!!!!!!!! Serve with warm crusty rolls.
Very basic and good because it can be eaten as is, dipped in seafood sauce, as an appy or added to other dishes, good in a plain spinach/mushroom/tomato salad with lemon/parmesan cheese/ balsamic vinegar / parsley dressing. From a Safeway advertisement 1996
One of our favourite ways to cook salmon, stays very moist and delicious. Tonight we had glazed baby carrots and whole green beans sprinkled with caraway seeds with the salmon. The stuffing can be used in other recipes and even as a side dish.
This is a really fun party dish, everybody wants into the act. You will have an audience, with a lot of kibitzing to flambe and the bonus is that it is a delicious impressive dish!! One of our favourite dinner parties. Serve with asparagus, and boiled/buttered/parselied baby potatoes.
Like I said it's been 10 years since I did this recipe, but I remember them as being excellent. Both the family and company liked them. If you have a "tough old buck", marinate them overnight in port wine or any good red wine.
These lovely round small peppers come in red, yellow and green, they are sweet but range in heat, from mild to medium hot, sold fresh or pickled they make a very flavourful appetizer, can be filled with almost anything, Delicious!!