Bacon wrapped Jalapeno poppers.
Get ten fresh Jalapenos cut in half, stemmed, and seeded.
Stuff with Philadelphia cream cheese and cheddar cheese on top, wrap a half a slice of bacon around it and put it in the oven for 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Hold them together with tooth picks. and make sure they are on a rack so thy aren't sitting in a pile of grease.
This actually sounds good. ...except...I'm not crazy about the hot peppers. Wonder if green pepper sections or banana peppers would work?
Here's my favorite recipe, cauliflower salad to go with the turkey & trimmings:
Fry 1 lb. of bacon very crispy. Crush into crumbs or small pieces. Set aside.
Chop (large or small pieces, as you prefer) 1 head of cauliflower into a large bowl.
Same with 1 head of lettuce; place on top of cauliflower.
Slice 1 large red onion, place slices on top of lettuce.
Add half the bacon on top.
Mix 1 pint of Hellman's Mayonnaise (must be this brand) with 1/2 cup of sugar.
Spread this over the bacon in the bowl.
Cover and refrigerate several hours or overnight.
When ready, toss the salad until all ingredients are well-mixed. Add the reserved 1/2 lb. of bacon and toss just before serving.
Ingredients: a glass, a bottle of beer.
Method: unscrew top of beer, pour into glass; drink from glass until empty.
Repeat as needed.!
Mine's a hub - my old-fashioned southern cornbread dressing. Yum!!
Actually, I wrote a hub recipe as well, but yours is better.
I have a vague recollection that it is one of those whose link ended up on my website.
LOL! It really is good. My family is practically drooling at the thought of it.
I'm intrigued and I'm going to find your hub!
Thanks, PDS, I've scanned it, liked the look of it and bookmarked. We, in the UK, obviously don't celebrate Thanksgiving- That cornbread though looks like it'd be good with Turkey on Xmas day.
My recipe is not something traditional but it is something very special and it has some thanks giving elements; good for people that like twists and variations. It is a rustic, hearty and helthy bread made with sweet potato.
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