Friday, October 22, 2010

A Long Time Ago

in a far away land (well, across town) I took and still am taking a SEO class from Cricket Walker. I learned a lot from Cricket and her very patient helpers. She is the reason I now blog. She is also the reason I gained 25 pounds in the last few years. Cricket introduced me to a blogger one day by saying "hey check out this blog!"

I fell in love with the writer's style and wicked sense of humor. And her husband looks great in a pair of chaps, sorry but I had to say that. The blog is The Pioneer Woman. I have been reading her blog for quite a few years, I remember when she only had 1,000 comments instead of 40,000 every time she ran a contest. Ree posts the funniest and saddest stories and fabulous recipes. I always get lots of compliments when I make one of her dishes.

While visiting my mom a couple of weeks ago I stopped by my sister and brother-in-law's house, to raid their garden. My BIL can grow some serious vegetables. I left with ALL of their tomatoes and a huge bag of these beautiful red jalapeno peppers.

So......I had to make Ree's Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Thingies. They are to die for and with the red peppers I used they are just as wonderful. Thank you Cricket, Ree and dear brother-in-law.

First you cut them in half. Taking care not to squirt any juice in your eye.

I then take a spoon and clean out all the seeds and veins. This is what makes the peppers hot. Next time I think I will leave a few seeds in to give them more heat.

Add a dollop of cream cheese.

Wrap in 1/3 slice of bacon. These are small peppers, for larger peppers I use 1/2 slice of bacon.

Bake in a 375 degree oven for 1/2 hour.

Yum, Yum, YUM!


  1. Maybe for the next birthday get-together you can contribute these yummy thingies...please?

  2. As long as there are more red peppers! They taste just as good with the green ones, and they are bigger. :-)
    Michelle in NV

  3. Dave ate them in about 2 minutes! LOL He said they were yummy!!

  4. Oh Oh I guess I should not have eaten one of them!


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