Harvest Time Knives!!

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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by treefarmer » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:34 pm

Time for stuffed Bell peppers. We've already had a few in some salads but this is the first "big" harvest. 9 peppers makes a recipe and a half, fills a baking dish. Venison sausage, rice, onions, etc...same as last year.
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by woodwalker » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:42 pm

treefarmer wrote:Time for stuffed Bell peppers. We've already had a few in some salads but this is the first "big" harvest. 9 peppers makes a recipe and a half, fills a baking dish. Venison sausage, rice, onions, etc...same as last year.
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Sounds incredible Philip!! Getting hungry just thinking about it! :)

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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by TripleF » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:51 pm

treefarmer wrote:Time for stuffed Bell peppers. We've already had a few in some salads but this is the first "big" harvest. 9 peppers makes a recipe and a half, fills a baking dish. Venison sausage, rice, onions, etc...same as last year.
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by treefarmer » Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:22 pm

Here you go, boys! Finished product:
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by sunknife » Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:24 pm

Oh how I wish I was there for dinner Treefarmer, mighty fine. :)
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by 313 Mike » Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:01 am

Those stuffed peppers look better than ever Phillip! Sure would love to try one someday...

Here's some flowers growing in the garden that I started from seed in my basement in early April...a couple different kinds of marigolds, and some sweet alyssum.
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by zp4ja » Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:18 am

Looks great Philip. Mom rest her soul cooked them often. Never with those ingredients but we always loved them. Usually seasoned burger and rice. Will have to try that recipe sometime.

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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by 313 Mike » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:38 am

Pole beans finally starting to climb the poles...pulled a few baby carrots this evening after the rain too.
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by doglegg » Tue Jun 25, 2019 2:37 am

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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by Quick Steel » Tue Jun 25, 2019 2:52 am

Treefarmer, I have always, and I mean always, loved stuffed bell peppers. Yours are magnifique!
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by treefarmer » Mon Jul 01, 2019 1:45 am

Quick Steel, we let some Sweet Banana Peppers grow to a very large size. Then we begin by slicing a side from the pepper making in essence a small boat shaped container. We then fill these with the same concoction as we use to stuff the Bell peppers. Our Jalapenos haven't started producing yet, those are the ones that a fun to stuff! Here are the Bananas we picked yesterday afternoon and stuffed. I mentioned looking forward to Sunday dinner and Scott made a comment so I posted a picture of my plate at dinner today in the First Cup thread. I'll post it again here as we had enough stuffing to do several Bell Peppers, too.
Freshly harvested over sized Sweet Banana Peppers ready to be butchered with my 6275 SS Moose.
Freshly harvested over sized Sweet Banana Peppers ready to be butchered with my 6275 SS Moose.
Finished product, today's dinner both Bell and Banana peppers.
Finished product, today's dinner both Bell and Banana peppers.
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by 313 Mike » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:22 am

Wow Phillip, you all are eatin' good down there in Florida! I bet the banana pepper version is even better than the bell pepper version. Outstanding Marine
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by New_Windsor_NY » Wed Jul 03, 2019 6:31 pm

treefarmer wrote:Quick Steel, we let some Sweet Banana Peppers grow to a very large size. Then we begin by slicing a side from the pepper making in essence a small boat shaped container. We then fill these with the same concoction as we use to stuff the Bell peppers. Our Jalapenos haven't started producing yet, those are the ones that a fun to stuff! Here are the Bananas we picked yesterday afternoon and stuffed. I mentioned looking forward to Sunday dinner and Scott made a comment so I posted a picture of my plate at dinner today in the First Cup thread. I'll post it again here as we had enough stuffing to do several Bell Peppers, too.001.JPG003.JPG
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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by doglegg » Wed Jul 03, 2019 8:56 pm

Philip, you and Miss Joy should start your own cooking show. The stuff you show looks lots better than the stuff on TV. Looks delicious!!!! ::nod:: ::nod::

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Re: Harvest Time Knives!!

Post by 313 Mike » Thu Jul 04, 2019 4:07 pm

Happy 4th of July everybody! Harvesting some Lincoln peas today. With the hot weather we are having they will ne shutting down soon...
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