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Sausage Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers Appetizer Recipe - These stuffed mini sweet peppers are the perfect bite-size poppers are so delicious and so easy to make!

Sausage Stuffed Mini Sweet Peppers Appetizer Recipe - These stuffed mini sweet peppers are the perfect bite-size poppers are so delicious and so easy to make!

Pan fried cornmeal mixed with shortening and boiling water make these hot water cornbread patties a delicious staple for all southern bites!!

Pan fried cornmeal mixed with shortening and boiling water make these hot water cornbread patties a delicious staple for all southern bites!!

Chrissy Teigen shows us how to make her husband John Legend's "John's Fried Chicken Wings with Spicy Honey Butter" favorite fried chicken from her new cookbook 'Cravings!'

Chrissy Teigen shows us how to make her husband John Legend's "John's Fried Chicken Wings with Spicy Honey Butter" favorite fried chicken from her new cookbook 'Cravings!'

Mac & cheese with cheesy garlic breadcrumbs. Chrissy Teigen recipe from People magazine

Mac & cheese with cheesy garlic breadcrumbs. Chrissy Teigen recipe from People magazine

Crispy baked honey buffalo wings are equal parts sweet and spicy. Made with honey and buffalo sauce and baked in the oven until crispy.

Crispy baked honey buffalo wings are equal parts sweet and spicy. Made with honey and buffalo sauce and baked in the oven until crispy.

This brings back some memories - a Navajo woman taught a class of us in high school how to weave blankets because "the Navajos now weave them for the wrong reasons - they just want to sell them - so I am teaching you the right way to weave." Things like you always begin the weave from right to left, because if you call a coyote's name, he will always look over his right shoulder, and you don't want to be like a coyote - stuff like that. I still have the rug I made.

This brings back some memories - a Navajo woman taught a class of us in high school how to weave blankets because "the Navajos now weave them for the wrong reasons - they just want to sell them - so I am teaching you the right way to weave." Things like you always begin the weave from right to left, because if you call a coyote's name, he will always look over his right shoulder, and you don't want to be like a coyote - stuff like that. I still have the rug I made.