Thursday, October 1, 2009

Easy Meal: Couscous Stuffed Peppers

Hillsy was away on biz all week, thank goodness my mom is visiting from Cali!! Apparently he's loving Seattle, I have a feeling I'll be hearing all about why we should move over there! Honestly, if it wasn't for the notorious rain & clouds I really wouldn't have a problem with that. Warmer winters, cooler summers, lakes, Tom Hanks' SIS boat house? What's not to love??

It's been another crazy week of craftin' house so as you can imagine, cooking and cleaning have fallen out of the priority ladder. It's been cheese toasties, salads, basically anything that doesn't require more than 10 seconds to think about. Ez introduced me to this yummy stuffed peppers recipe, it's become a staple around these parts. She's a vegetarian so she uses tofu instead of sausages (I usually make it with sausage or bacon when you know who is around!)






4 comments:

Melissa de la Fuente said...

Ummm.....YUMMMMM!
want. recipe.please. :)
xo
Melis

katelynjane said...

YUM! This recipe looks amazzzing! Weirdly enough, I've been thinking lately that I need to try stuffed peppers...

Ok, so I'm not sure if you're "into" church or not, but if you DO happen to move to Seattle, there's an amazzzzing church there called Mars Hill Church (.org if you're interested in their site). I'm not the type to be obsessed with churches or preachers, but if I were to live in Seattle, this is where I would go 100%. Mark Driscol is the preacher and he's pretty cool. An every day guy.

Anyhoo. Great site! I'm sorry you've closed down Heart Handmade. I'll miss it!

katelynjane said...

YUM! This recipe looks amazzzing! Weirdly enough, I've been thinking lately that I need to try stuffed peppers...

Ok, so I'm not sure if you're "into" church or not, but if you DO happen to move to Seattle, there's an amazzzzing church there called Mars Hill Church (.org if you're interested in their site). I'm not the type to be obsessed with churches or preachers, but if I were to live in Seattle, this is where I would go 100%. Mark Driscol is the preacher and he's pretty cool. An every day guy.

Anyhoo. Great site! I'm sorry you've closed down Heart Handmade. I'll miss it!

tiffanyandink said...

Yum! My husband's in the Netherlands on business so it's just me to cook for, but that baked potato sounds good too.

FYI, I'm not sure if it's global warming or what, but the weather in Seattle has been changing quite a bit. This past summer was HOT. I'm not sure many people had lawns that survived it. 95+ record breaking temperatures for a week non-stop. One day reached 107!! Normally we get a day of that, maybe two, in August, but this was in early July!!! Oh that was a miserable week.

Last Christmas was odd too. I've lived here all my life, except when I attended university, and I can only remember one other white Christmas. Christmas 2009 was a VERY white Christmas. I live 20 minutes from the Microsoft campus and we had three feet of snow on Christmas Day. 3 FEET!!! When we get 3 inches everything comes to a halt.

Seattle still has its fare share of rain here, even had thunder storms today which have become oddly more frequent too. It is green, beautiful and living here near the water is exactly where I want to be, but things are definitely different when it comes to weather.