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Home cooking channel- Zucchini kick

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Been sweet on zucchini lately and this is the latest result.
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Made a big steaming pot of stuffed bell peppers last night ... killed it as usual. Not exactly traditional recipe, but an original creation based on classic Hungarian/Polish style. I used for the filling: rice, baguette, egg plant, garlic, onion, ground pork, and pork belly, egg ... and mini potatoes and canned Italian Pomodoro tomatoes for sauce base. Splash of Shiraz from NSW for some added flavor boost. Had a golf buddy from Netherlands and his Khemer wife over for a little rooftop meal at sunset. He has not yet developed a taste for Khmer food, so I figured to whip up some European chow. Was a big hit and a good time was had by all. And yes, wine, beer and soju was involved.
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Fridaywithmateo wrote: Mon Apr 01, 2024 5:40 pm Made a big steaming pot of stuffed bell peppers last night ... killed it as usual. Not exactly traditional recipe, but an original creation based on classic Hungarian/Polish style. I used for the filling: rice, baguette, egg plant, garlic, onion, ground pork, and pork belly, egg ... and mini potatoes and canned Italian Pomodoro tomatoes for sauce base. Splash of Shiraz from NSW for some added flavor boost. Had a golf buddy from Netherlands and his Khemer wife over for a little rooftop meal at sunset. He has not yet developed a taste for Khmer food, so I figured to whip up some European chow. Was a big hit and a good time was had by all. And yes, wine, beer and soju was involved.
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