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Egg Salad Stuffed Bell Pepper

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I don’t know about you, but I still have two dozen hard boiled eggs in an assortment of lovely Easter colors that are about to go bad in my refrigerator. This is the time of year when we gorge on and then get sick of egg salad and this bell pepper presentation of it is…

Lamb Chops: A Nutrient-Packed Meal

It is lamb chop time here in the Sequoia National Forest. Just after Easter (and sometimes just before) you can hit the grocery store and find great bargains on marked down lamb chops. If your grocery store has an area for marked down meats such as a “manager’s special,” do watch for lamb. If you…

Chicken liver and rice casserole

Chicken liver is packed with nutrients [liver nutrients] but its strong flavor makes it a controversial choice in many households. This casserole, similar to “dirty rice,” masks the strong flavor well. Serve the casserole with barbecue chicken, grilled steak, or lamb shish kebob. Serve sliced heirloom tomatoes on the side. Ingredients 2 cups white rice…

Showcase your extra virgin olive oil with this marinated tomato salad

A marinated tomato salad with peppers, onions, olives, garlic, capers and more is the perfect way to showcase your favorite unrefined extra virgin olive oil. We have had this particular tomato salad on warm summer evenings on our back deck overlooking the Sequoia National Forest. Red wine and a piece of sourdough bread dipped in…