This afternoon this concept popped into my head.
( And of course I had to photograph this outside with my Iowa backyard in the distance. You know for the dramatic effect. Sweet Peppers can be very dramatic you know)
Mini Sweet Peppers in the fridge. Check.
Chick Peas and garlic for Hummus in the Pantry. Check.
Lollipop sticks that just happened to come with my cake pop machine. Check!
After spending hours on end watching T.V shows like Iron chef and Chopped, I feel the need to manipulate ingredients into something new all the time. I wonder if the Chopped kitchen is equipped with lollipop sticks. If not, it should be.
But really, I became inspired earlier last week when I came home from the store with a bag of mini sweet peppers, and to my astonishment. THEY WERE SEEDLESS!!!
SEEDLESS?? I was amazed. If there was one reason why I don’t purchase these often was because removing the seeds from every little pepper was such a hassle. Oh my goodness? What can I do with these seedless peppers now that I don’t have to spend an hour removing the seeds?