|Mini Sweet Peppers|
They're tiny. They're delicious. They're useful in a thousand ways. I cut them into omelets last night. I sliced them to dip in hummus. I have just through a handful in a bag as part of packing a last-minute lunch.
And that's one bag. You pay $6 for a two-pound bag, but that's fine when they're so sweet and where they last weeks in my fridge. They become convenience food. Eggs, feta cheese, an onion, and the peppers were dinner on a night when I thought that I had no food in the house. One dinner that I didn't expect makes them worth grabbing every time.
|Sliders on Wegmans rolls|
And, if you're looking small, get more of those Wegmans' rolls. I started with the pretzel rolls. Now, we keep four to six frozen at any time. Grab ground chuck from Laurel Meat Market (or even ask for the firecracker mix), and you can make great wintertime sliders. Grill or just use a cast iron pan. Either way, the plain rolls are sized perfectly for little burgers.