Stuffed Peppers – Where Is the Beef?

The last holidays starts in a couple of hours, and I barely have time to share with you, Beautiful People, yet another traditional holiday dish. I couldn’t leave you without dessert, so here is a link to a non-traditional, but totally delicious light dessert https://koolkosherkitchen.wordpress.com/2018/10/03/strong-and-sweet-poached-pears/ Enjoy!

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You think veganism is a recent trend? Think again! You think feminism was invented in the twentieth century? Missed it by about 2400 years!

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Meet Orpheus, mythical Ancient Greek poet and musician, a hero of one of the best-known love stories of all times (if you are wondering about the black hole behind his lire, that had been a clock face, and we’ve been looking for a matching 18th century clock for almost twenty years, as this bronze was my in-laws’ wedding present; we are still looking…). Orpheus loved his wife Euridice, but sadly, she died. Inconsolable, Orpheus conceived a fantastic plan: he would go down into the Underworld Kingdom of Hades and beg his mom Percephone, who just happened to be married to Hades at the time, to convince Hades to release his beloved Euridice back into the world of living. Crazy? Not to his mind! If he was…

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing the food and the stories!

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    1. My pleasure, dear Dorothy, and I truly appreciate your stopping by and commenting!

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  2. spearfruit says:

    Thanks for sharing Dolly. Nice recipe.

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    1. Thank you so much, Gary. I haven’t seen any notifications of your posts for a while – how are you doing, my friend?

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      1. spearfruit says:

        Just got back from Vegas. Did a couple of videos while I was there last week and posted them? One was entiyled…”Vegas Baby”. Having abdominal hernia surgery this coming Mon, 10/28. This will be the 5th time in the OR in less than a year! Ugh!!

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      2. Praying for your health and successful surgery, Gary. Wishing you speedy recovery!

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  3. purpleslob says:

    I hope you find a clock face soon!

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    1. Thank you, Melinda! From your mouth to His ears, as we have been looking for 22 years already (it was a wedding present from my in-laws, may they both rest in peace).

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      1. purpleslob says:

        Wow, maybe this is the year!

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Jeanne!

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      1. You are very welcome. 🙂

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  4. It’s been a long time since i thought about Orpheus and these stories. Your pepper recipe sounds like something he would have enjoyed, and so would i.

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Mimi! Imagine our disappointment when we went to the opera last season only to discover that they omitted this flute solo! In the entire South Florida they couldn’t find a fleutist capable of giving it justice.

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  5. Sorry for the delay, in visiting again, Dolly! Everything has been there, in the past. A quote we should never forget, even all evil has been there too.
    Oh, without beef? Poor husband! 😉 But its a very good recipe! Thank you very much, and have a nice day! Best wishes, Michael

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    1. Oh Michael, there is no need to apologize, ever! I am so far behind in reading, commenting, and answering, that I don’t even want to waste time apologizing – just trying to catch up!
      He is not a “poor husband” (LOL)! He can have chicken or turkey breast, but I couldn’t find turkey (somehow turkey meat appears in kosher stores around Thanksgiving, which is curious because most Orthodox Jews do not celebrate Thanksgiving), and ground chicken doesn’t work in this recipe. So I opted for fake ground beef – I use it in many recipes – and it was delicious.
      Have a wonderful week, dear friend!

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      1. OK, chicken or turkey is a good. ;-)Thank you, Dolly! Have a wonderful week too, Michael

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  6. Lulu: “Don’t look back, Orpheus! Don’t look back! Don’t … D’oh!”

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  7. Do you mail your stuffed peppers?!

    Hahaha!

    Have a great weekend,
    Will

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    1. LOL You have no choice but to come visit me, Will!

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      1. Hahaha! I’m on the way!

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  8. John Kraft says:

    My mother made stuffed peppers when I was a kid. Loved them then and still do.

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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting, John!

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      1. John Kraft says:

        I love your blog/site!

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      2. Thank you so much; as I do yours! Your sense of humor brightens my days.

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  9. Love your blog, nice to meet you and thankyou for following mine!

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    1. The feeling is mutual, dear Lilly!

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