Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Organic Sweet Bell Peppers

Sweet bell peppers anyone? These delightfully crunchy sweet bell peppers are a colorful source of vitamins and nutrients. They can be served raw, stir-fried, stewed, grilled or baked. Savor the taste in simple dishes where you can enjoy their sweetness in every bite! This is what I always use with my kabobs/kababs.
It's all the way from Ontario Canada.






6 diner's comment:

Eden said...

I love bell peppers. We always eat it raw. Naa sad koy tanom ani sa garden and this time that it is winter time it looks very sad. I hope it won't die..

MinnieRunner said...

Talaga sis? Sweet siya? Hindi ako kumakain niyan. Tinatanggal ko pa nga 'yan pag naka-toppings sa pizza slice ko, ha ha ha.

kat said...

ahak..abi nako MYM entry kay naa man yellow...tut kay Wednesday naman diay ron nyak hahaha.

kay sweet diay na sya Dhemz nga halang halang man siguro na....naa pod na didto sa Sweden nya perteng dagkoa..abi nako sa premero kay plastic na pang display sa kitchen, so akong gidisplay ra sa table nyahahahaha...ang yellow kay nabulok na lang nako kay wa man jud nako gihilabtan kay pretty man gud tan-awon hehehe

kafaet kung masaag ta sa laing nasod nyahahaha..

okay, hulat ko sa 2nd giveaways nimo...hehehe

chubskulit said...

Ang mahal nyan dito sis hehehe kaya nagtanim ako pero green lang lumalabas lol..

*josie* said...

thanks sa link ng recipe ng deviled eggs mo, madali lng pala,hehehe ganun gagawin sa next reunion namin. :)

Lulu Post said...

that is expensive kaya green bell pepper lang ang kaya ng budget ko