Saturday, February 13, 2016

Butter & Roses

Just in time for a wonderful February Fools Day 

Brunch. This new take on a classic with impress 

anyone. Simple, simple simple.

Most of this you already have. Keep it easy, and 



1 green  pepper

1 orange pepper

1 can baked beans  drained

3 pieces cut up Canadian bacon

2 tbs brown sugar

1 tbs mustard

1 tbs Worcester sauce

1 can creamed corn - drained

¼ lbs. (or less) loose sausage

½ sleeve of butter crackers (Ritz type)


Cut the peppers down the center from the stem to 

the base. Scrape out the white parts & seeds. 

 Immerse in boiling water for 3 minutes then 

scoop out and put in ice water to stop the cooking. 

Let drain on paper towels.

Preheat oven to 350 and spray a baking dish large 

enough to hold the pepper “boats”.

Open and drain the cans well, (both the corn and 

the baked beans)

Cut up the Canadian bacon into tiny ¼ inch pieces.

In a bowl mix this into the drained beans. Stir in 

the brown sugar, mustard & Worcester.

In a medium skillet, cook the sausage, breaking it 

apart, for about 8 minutes or until completely 

done! Drain this well on a paper towel.

In a second bowl add about 1 cup of the drained 

cream corn.  With your hand crumble the crackers 

into the bowl, stir well.  Then add the well-drained 

sausage and mix.

Place the pepper “boats” in the baking dish.

Spoon the corn mixture into the green pepper boats 

(This is the “butter”)

Spoon the baked bean mixture into the orange 

boats until slightly mounded on top. (This is the 


Carefully pour about ¾ cup of water around 

the boats and bake in the 350 degree oven  

for 40 minutes.

This makes a loving and colorful meal for the 


Serve with a side of crackers.

 For our music:



Happy Valentines Day Master Indy!

To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
..I cook!

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The Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes 

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