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    Here are some ideas for using what is at-hand to create an excellent stuffed pepper dish. I used some exotic ingredients, left-over from a party, in the original recipe; ingrediets such as Boursin cheese and corno di toro peppers, but I have translated them into their more usual counterparts for this recipe. For example, fully ripe red Corno di Toro (or Bull's Horn) peppers, which come from my garden, have a complex flavor both sweet and mildly spicy. Substitute poblanos for more heat and spice, or use hot banana or Anaheim peppers for even more heat. If you prefer mild peppers, substitute sweet Italian (aka Italianelles or Italian frying peppers), bells, or cubanelle peppers. I am indebted to TheTravelCook for her permission to use this recipe from the blog Brainfood.

    Recipe #451076

    Shrimp and scallops join the traditional pepperpot ingredients, bell peppers, onion, okra, and garlic, yielding a lower fat version of the stew which can be cooked in a fondue pot in a hotel room and served over cooked barley, orzo, rice, couscous, or even coo-coo. To speed up the preparation buy just the amount of pre-chopped vegetables you need at a local salad bar; any color combination of bell peppers works well in this stew. Purchase fresh or frozen shrimp and scallops by the piece at the seafood counter of the local market. Use couscous, groats, coo-coo, or even quinoa. Cook it all in your hotel room for a healthy filling meal.

    Recipe #447503

    Fresh papaya rain down from my papaya shrub daily. I simply can't throw away food, so I have created a healthier low-fat (3.8 grams total fat) crustless holiday cheese cake from fresh papaya puree spiced with freshly ground cardamom and topped with pecans. Serve this dessert cold (without a crust) right in the ramekins. If salt is a concern, look for a low-sodium, fat-free ricotta cheese or low-sodium, fat-free cottage cheese to reduce the sodium content. The preparation time can be shortened by using prepared papaya puree and ground cardamom, but flavor is lost and sodium and fat increase.

    Recipe #444082


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