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An easy trick for dicing weird-shaped veggies

Bell peppers are nature's guessing game. No two are shaped the same. Never mind potatoes, turnips and pretty much any squash. If you need to chop those babies, slice off an edge, turn on its flat side and cut long strips. Pivot those...Show More Summary

Salad Recipes: Awesome Ham Pasta Salad

4.58 / 5 Stars | 215 Reviews by Karena "This ham and ziti pasta salad is perked up with colorful bell peppers, red onion, sweet pickles and cherry tomatoes. It's tossed with a sweet and tangy dressing." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Fast Food Review: Taco Bell's Dare Devil Loaded Grillers

3 days agoHumor : Topless Robot

Taco Bell's latest creation is a small $1 burrito containing "beef" and red corn strips, plus three different possible levels of hot sauce - chipotle, habanero and ghost pepper. The idea is to...

Appetizers and Snacks: Pineapple Cheese Ball

4.34 / 5 Stars | 129 Reviews by Tish Gidney "Celery, bell pepper and onion are the unexpected ingredients in this otherwise sweet cheese spread." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

15 Minute BBQ Beans on Toast.

Here's a good weeknight meal idea. Saute a small chopped onion, 1/2 a chopped green bell pepper and garlic in oil until soft. Then add some cumin, chili powder, salt, a can of white beans (drained and rinsed), 1 cup of tomato sauce,Show More Summary

Buy This Now: Bell peppers, with 12 recipes

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Roast red and yellow peppers over an open fire. Rub away the charred peppery skin and pull the flesh apart. Season with a little minced garlic, good olive oil and salt and pepper. Serve on a platter with fresh cheese - it really doesn't matter which one: ricotta, goat, mozzarella or, of course,...

Easiest Summer Ever: Peperonata (Sautéed Bell Peppers With Tomato, Onion, and Garlic)

Few dishes feature bell peppers as the one and only main ingredient, which makes Southern Italian peperonata—sweet summer bell peppers stewed in olive oil with onions, garlic, and tomato—not only a delicious summer side dish, but also a fairly unique one.

Dinner Recipes: Healthy Turkey Loaf

4.34 / 5 Stars | 316 Reviews by SUSAN E. MURPHY "Lean ground turkey in a flavorful mixture of salsa, bell pepper, egg and onion. The ease of meatloaf without the calories! Easily frozen and baked later for a quick meal." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Trusted Brands: Recipes and Tips: Asian Shrimp Salad

5 / 5 Stars | 1 Review by Dole "Small shrimp, orange slices, and red bell pepper are tossed with an Asian Pineapple Dressing in this tasty salad." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Taste the Rainbow: Red

The first stop on our colorful tour of produce is the red section. Specifically, beets, red bell peppers, and radishes stood out on the grocery shelves. Find out our favorite ways to use these red ingredients: Beets Beets are full of deep, earthy flavor. Show More Summary

Soups, Stews and Chili: Spicy Red Bell Pepper Soup

4.28 / 5 Stars | 48 Reviews by QUIRKYIQ "Fresh red bell peppers blended with celery, carrots, onion, thyme, and rice take on a little heat from cayenne and red pepper flakes in this colorful, chicken-stock based soup." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

The broccoli in 'Inside Out' was changed to bell peppers in the Japan version

Turns out, kids in Japan actually enjoy eating their broccoli. In Disney Pixar's Inside Out "eat your vegetables" scene, broccoli was replaced by green peppers because they are "more universally hated by Japanese children." See also:...Show More Summary

Side Dishes: Southwestern Pasta Salad

4.21 / 5 Stars | 283 Reviews by Lisa Scott Provost "Pasta is tossed with a zesty dressing of lime juice, chili powder and cumin. Corn, black beans, red and green bell pepper, tomatoes and cilantro add texture, flavor and color." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Fruits and Vegetables: Linguini with Broccoli and Red Peppers

4.26 / 5 Stars | 84 Reviews by Chris Catley "Colorful bits of broccoli and red bell peppers, sauteed in olive oil and garlic, are tossed with fresh linguine and dusted with Parmesan cheese for a quick, delicious entree or side dish." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Side Dishes: Rainbow Rotini Salad

4.5 / 5 Stars | 30 Reviews by Sue H. "Use colorful corkscrew pasta to make a festive cold salad packed full of fresh tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, cucumbers, broccoli and mushrooms. Toss with your favorite Italian-style salad dressing and chill to let the flavors blossom before serving." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Trusted Brands: Recipes and Tips: Cajun Spiced Corn

4.57 / 5 Stars | 4 Reviews by Reynolds Wrap(R) "A great veggie side dish for any barbecue, spicy whole kernel corn is baked or grilled in a foil packet with onions, tomatoes, and green bell pepper." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Appetizers and Snacks: Magaricz

4.67 / 5 Stars | 7 Reviews by Karen Cooke "Chopped eggplant, red and green bell peppers, onions, and carrots, slowly cooked on the stovetop in olive oil will make your kitchen smell like heaven. A wonderful dip for rye--or your favorite bread or crackers." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Side Dishes: Salsa Pasta Salad

4.48 / 5 Stars | 57 Reviews by Kathy T "A zesty shake of vinegar, cilantro, garlic salt, lemon juice, oil and sugar dances with pasta tossed with onion, bell pepper, olives, tomatoes and green chilies. Let the salad chill for a while to bring out all the festive flavors." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Soups, Stews and Chili: Gazpacho

4.3 / 5 Stars | 148 Reviews by Kara "Tomatoes, onion, bell pepper, cucumber and garlic are pureed with lemon juice, red wine vinegar and tarragon and chilled for a refreshing cold soup." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews

Lucy Bell Gallery presents previously unseen images of Audrey Hepburn by George Douglas, and Angela Williams

2 months agoArts : Artdaily

Timed to coincide with the National Portrait Gallery Exhibition ?Portrait of an Icon? curated by Terence Pepper, and Helen Trompeteler, Lucy Bell Gallery presents these previously unseen images of Audrey Hepburn, from the archives of George Douglas, and Angela Williams. Show More Summary

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