Complex recipes have their place. Holidays, special events, a personal challenge. Not weeknight dinners.
We have had a glut of banana peppers this year, in case you hadn’t noticed their prominent use in my posts this summer (like this one, and this one, and this one.) A certain someone planted a six pack of them then went out of town for a bit , leaving firm instructions for me about taking care of their garden (**cough cough** Mom** cough cough**). That and I have my own, too. So, yeah. Lots of peppers.
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That means I’ve had to get a little creative in order to avoid getting into a rut. But, really, sometimes the simplest of preparations is all that is needed in the end.
I was actually inspired by a picture my dad posted showing a lovely meal my parents were enjoying while in Greece. On one dish was a large sweet pepper that appeared to be roasted. No fancy stuffing, no other embellishment. Then I got hungry. Then I made dinner.
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