Stuffed Jack o’Lantern Peppers

Stuffed Jack o’Lantern Peppers

Orange bell peppers, carved and stuffed with wild rice, arugula, shallots, mushrooms and goat cheese, all topped with a wheat germ, parmesan, walnut crust.

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