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Home alone with the fire breathing dragons

The fan club was out. It was just me, home alone with a hand full of hot Italian chilis and a few good bottles of Vermentino wine. Celebration  ?  But of course ! A quick very spicy egg white frittata filled with shriveled green Italian chilis, some Mexican peppery fire, a few sun-dried tomatoes and crushed garlique.

The fan club was not around to see the  tears, of joy and of heat.

Some of the the raw material. Not how the peppers are slightly shriveled ? The are much easier to cook and I find that the heat becomes a bit more intensified. I just loved this stuff.

My bachelor friends, take note of this  meal. Quick to make, and quick to eat . Goes well with island lagers as well.

Cheers to me and to all .


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