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Philadelphia Surprise Potatoes by Cinara Scheffler

These potatoes are an excellent accompaniment to fish, meat and poultry dishes… Enjoy!!!
Serves 8
4 1/2 lbs of steamed potatoes (not peeled)
1/2 cup of butter
1/2 cup of heavy cream
3/4 cup of Philadelphia cream cheese
1 red pepper
1 yellow pepper
1 table spoon olive oil
salt and pepper to taste
Grated parmesan cheese to taste
Chives for garnish
– Sautée the pepper in the olive oil over high heat. Set aside.
– Cut on side of the potato and scoop out the pulp.
– Mix the butter, heavy cream, Philadelphia cream cheese, salt and pepper.
– Stir the sautée peppers in.
– Spoon the mixture back into the potatoes’ skins, grade the parmesan cheese on the top of the potatoes and back it for 8 minutes at 400 F.
Decorate with thin slices of peppers and chives
Bon appetite!

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17 thoughts on “Philadelphia Surprise Potatoes by Cinara Scheffler

  1. Three-way dance « Football Relativity says:

    […] Three-way dance It’s been a busy offseason in terms of trades, but we had a first Monday when the Eagles, Broncos, and Eagles pulled off a three-way exchange. In the deal, the  Eagles trade fifth-round pick to Broncos, Broncos trade TE Tony Scheffler and seventh-round pick to Lions, Lions trade LB Ernie Sims to Eagles. Here are some thoughts on the trade; you can see how it compares to others this offseason in this post. […]

  2. Family of 3 killed in Philadelphia fire: PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 27 (UPI) — A baby girl and her pa…

  3. phydeaux70 says:

    Actually I would be offended if somebody called me a Lib. :-)However if I were actually a Lib, I’d embrace my warped way of thinking. Just like you won’t ever hurt my feeling by calling me a a Conservative…cause that’s what I am!!!

  4. men_omen says:

    And a little surprise is Roberto Carlos, who's join in Anzhi. BTW other team, CSKA Moscow is going to face FC Porto next week. How are they?

  5. Lua says:

    Cinara, No worries! Eu nao achei que seu post era uma indicação e sim um post sobre algo que parecia interessante! E Realmente, a ideia é fantastica, só precisa de uns aprimoramentos! Talvez daqui a algumas versoes ele seja melhor que o ipad, já que ele tem a vantagem de ser water resistant e ficar numa posição otima para ler!Beijos, Lua

  6. #invest - Twitter Search says:

    Low-flow toilets cause a stink in SF –

  7. crazypsychopersonx says:

    Must have been releiving to get that sucker outta his body.

  8. Jake says:

    Ryan, those tote bags weren't reading “Philadelphia 200,” they said “Philadelphia Zoo.” The “Z” was stylized. Duh.

    I'd also like to see the amusicology AMS awards, please. I know there was some discussion about these award categories, some of which are printable and some of which should probably remain part of the oral tradition. Best dressed at AMS (male and female), most obnoxious use of post-paper question/discussion time, most over-everyone's-heads reference to cultural theory – these all deserve (y)our recognition.

  9. jwe3 says:

    No surprise: Fox killed the other cable networks on Obama's speech.

    Kind of a surprise: Substantially more people watched speech on MSNBC than on CNN. If viewers won't turn to CNN for breaking news as it happens, then their goose is cooked, and it's time for the network to try poaching a Maddow or a Hannity.

    Check this out: http://tinyurl.com/26ltpnc

  10. From more recent events. You didn’t save Vietnam. Pretty much trashed it. You didn’t save Cuba. You didn’t save Libya. Did you save Grenada? You didn’t save Iraq, you just trashed it then buggered of and your not saving Afganistan….. You did contribute to saving Kuwait. Well done. Not sure saving is an appropriate word for sacrificing your own men and women and opposing forces and civilians… WW2 era USA. Major respect goes out to them

  11. EsMeRGuZeL1 says:

    Cinara bak yaa, sinirini topraktan cikamak icin mi ona evlenme teklifi etti !!!! Bu bolumu begenmedimmm

  12. Paul says:

    OK so that was three,

    “Our chief weapon is surprise…surprise and fear…fear and surprise…. Our two weapons are fear and surprise…and ruthless efficiency…. Our *three* weapons are fear, surprise, and ruthless efficiency…and an almost fanatical devotion to the Pope…. Our *four*…no… *Amongst* our weapons…. Amongst our weaponry…are such elements as fear, surprise…”

  13. The encylopedia project comes at a time when the city of Philadelphia has committed substantial funds towards commemorating slavery at the President's House on Independence Mall. The city and its activist communities pushed for archeology at the site in search of evidence about two presidential households. The ongoing public interest in the dig over this summer stunned people from all sides of the planning; it suggests that the time is ripe for a fresh, popular version of Philadelphia's history. This will meld the power of place with recent scholarship to tell the paradox of liberty and slavery. The encyclopedia can reach a wider audience by supplementing the historical narrative with objects from archeology and material culture, and may even repay the city's efforts by increasing tourism to Philadelphia.

  14. cinara says:

    Ryan, I'd like to share something with you….
    Take a look and tell me if you think it looks like me.


  15. o.s.m. says:

    When the long-awaited BlackBerry tablet hits the U.S. and Canada on April 19, Research in Motion (RIM) has a surprise up its sleeve: support for…

  16. http://news.aol.com/article/philadelphia-homeless-man-crushed-in/731804

    Philadelphia homeless man crushed in trash truck

    PHILADELPHIA -Police in Philadelphia say a homeless man sleeping in a trash bin wound up in the back of a garbage truck and was killed by the vehicle's compactor.
    Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    2009-10-22 12:03:28

    That's all there was to it~ the whole story.

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