Friday, 1 January 2010

Happy New Year!

A little bit of our celebration from yesterday! Best wishes to all my blogging friends, may 2010 be everything you wish for!
Simply take:
One long red pepper
Some goat's cheese or other soft cheese you like
Some herbs - basil or parsley
A small chilli
A small clove of garlic
A few small and sweet tomatoes
Some seasoning
A little extra virgin olive oil
Halve the peppers and remove the seeds. Mix all the remaining ingredients together then spoon into the peppers. If you happen to have just cut a crusty loaf and have a bread board strewn with crumbs then grab a few of those and sprinkle on top.
Bake for approx. 15 minutes in a moderate oven until the pepper is cooked and the mixture gently bubbling. Serve with love, bread and a drizzle of something tasty.


  1. ~brightest blessing today tomorrow and each and every that follow...looks oh so yummy but i think my tummy would be in an uproar if i consumed something oh so enticing as that!~

  2. A Happy and Blessed New Year for you and yours as well, WrightStuff. May it be a good one for you.

  3. Happy 2010 to you - this looks hot and spicy, your year ahead perhaps!LOL

  4. That's looks and sounds hot and spicy, but all so yummy. I agree with faerwillow on the stomach complaint.
    Have a great year ahead!

  5. Oh dear - just got back from a weekend with the parent's in law. Ate in the car on the way back. Have been on the computer for nearly two hours and I'm starving... NOW THAT would've been a great snack to have in the fridge!! Happy happy 2010 to you too!

  6. YUM! Wish we lived closer, I'd love to pop in on you around cocktail hour! Bet those peppers would make my glass (or 2) of red turn into 3 (or 4)
    Ohh, I am a bad girl :)

  7. I'm with Lisa! This sounds like the perfect addition to Happy Hour.


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