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stuffed red peppers

Stuffed Red Peppers

February 14

I bought a bunch of red peppers a few weeks ago to make fajitas. Unfortunately, I got home and realized I didn’t have any tortillas. There was no way that I was going back to the store, so I set my mind to figure out what I could do with the ingredients I had at home. Somehow, stuffed red peppers came to mind. I had the rice, the feta, the guacamole, the sour cream and the peppers, it was perfect! In the end, the missing tortillas was a blessing in disguise. I hadn’t ever made stuffed peppers. In fact, I rarely even bought red peppers. Now, they are a whole new meal under my belt, which I am very thankful for. They are healthy, filling, and easy to make. They’re even pretty quick to throw together if your rice is already cooked: a great weeknight, vegetarian meal.

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miso maple wild rice bowl

Miso Maple Wild Rice Bowl

October 4

I’ve recently discovered wild rice blends. If you’re not a huge fan of brown rice on it’s own and want to steer away from white rice, you should definitely check it out. The main reason that I love it is that the texture is amazing. Because there are different shapes, sizes and types of rice they all cook slightly differently. So, you end up with a medley of colors and textures. I think that’s a big part of why having a bowl of rice with some vegetables and sauce can feel like a meal now. As is often the case, however, the sauce is arguably the most important part of this bowl. Rice is always an amazing blank canvas. There are so many directions you can go in terms of flavours and cuisines. But, I know my audience and whenever I am trying something new I know that the way to win over my boyfriend’s heart is to give things a Japanese twist. It is definitely up there among his favourite cuisines and he loves the saltiness of miso. So, when I made this rice, filled with seeds and greens I knew a miso maple wild rice bowl would be the way to go.

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