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Krabby Poppers

Krabby Poppers by Patti Fisher

Friends wanted a recipe for appetizers that were fancy and cheap, too. Everyone loves our different kinds of poppers. We’ve stuffed both sweet and jalapeno peppers with all kinds of fillings. Of course, they’re always wrapped with bacon. This time Patti stuffed pretty, sweet peppers with fake crab (aka Surimi, but you can use real…

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Joyce's Fresh Jalapeno Salsa

Joyce's Fresh Jalapeno Salsa by Kathleen Scott

Joyce is the angel who helps care for my father. The last time I visited with my parents, Joyce taught us how to make fresh jalapeno salsa. Joyce's salsa puts the bottled stuff to shame and this "from-scratch" salsa is so easy we'll never buy salsa again. The only caveat is "know what you like"--for just a little heat, use just a…

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Stuffed Jalapenos

Stuffed Jalapenos by Wendi Taylor

Mouth watering tasty goodness. Great for parties or a back yard bar-b-q. Dozens of potential variations.

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Yellow Pepper Ketchup

Yellow Pepper Ketchup by Syi

This is good on hot dogs & other sandwiches (even ones you wouldn't normally put ketchup on) and also as a dip. A slightly sweet taste with a little hint of spice.

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STUFFED JALAPENOS

STUFFED JALAPENOS by GARY ESTESS

WE GRILL JALAPENOS ALL YEAR AROUND THEY ARE NOT HOT UNLESS YOU WANT THEM TO BE

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Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Dip

Roasted Red Pepper & Feta Dip by Amos Miller

Still snowed in and entertaining the stranded! So I tried another Ellie Krieger recipe for a game day or appetizer dip option. Even though Ellie is a registered dietician and a very dedicated health nut, I still like her recipes! Anyway, I love roasted sweet peppers and, having 3 reds on hand, some crumbled feta cheese and a lemon I…

3 votes
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Salsa Verde

Salsa Verde by grumpy old goat

Salsa verde is our favorite salsa and one of our all time favorite snacks. It is made from tomatillos which look like small green tomatoes with a husk on them. They need some preparation before you use them. First, remove the husk and rinse them off. Next, cut them in half and put them in a bowl. Put the bowl in the microwave and…

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