Monthly Archives: July 2009

Grilled Bacon Wrapped Meatballs with Pepper Jelly

Number 2 on our list of 28 Ways to Eat Pepper Jelly is as a glaze on meat.  We found this recipe for Moink Balls – Bacon Wrapped Meatballs with Pepper Jelly over at HotSauceDaily.com. There are claims on their … Continue reading

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Coconut Crusted Shrimp with Pineapple-Cherry Habanero Pepper Jelly

Coconut Crusted Shrimp with Pepper Jelly is Number 14 on our “28 Ways to Eat Pepper Jelly” list. If you are looking for something simple, delicious and easy to prepare when entertaining guests., then consider this Coconut Shrimp with Pepper … Continue reading

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Peachy Pepper Jelly Coleslaw

Entry #27 on our list of “28 Ways to Eat Pepper Jelly“. The idea for this use came from the folks over at “thenibble.com”.  They have a recipe for homemade Spicy Coleslaw that sounds really good. This is very simple … Continue reading

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28 Ways to Eat Pepper Jelly

Welcome to the Pepper Jelly Craze!  Each month there are thousands of searches on the Internet from people searching for where to a) buy pepper jelly, b) find pepper jelly recipes and c) identify specific foods to pair with their … Continue reading

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Bacon Wrapped Shrimp with Grilled Watermelon and Datil Pepper Glaze

Today I’ll show you another way to use Pepper Jelly. Summer is here and watermelons are available!  Of course you can chill your watermelon and just eat it. You can plug your watermelon with your favorite beverage.  Have you tried … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Spicy Potato Soup

I have been making Potato Soup based on my Grandmother’s Potato Soup Recipe for my years that I care to disclose.  Her recipe was simple and included potatoes, butter, onions, celery, bacon, salt and pepper. Over the years, I could … Continue reading

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