How to Cut a Pepper
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Bell peppers make a great addition to almost any recipe imaginable. Whether it is soups, casseroles, or salads, bell peppers add great flavor and nutrients to whatever you are eating. Learning how to cut a pepper is an essential kitchen skill for any cook, especially since peppers are frequently included as the base of Southern dishes. In fact, "the holy trinity" in Cajun cooking refers to the combination of onions, bell peppers, and celery. Once you learn how to cut peppers properly, you will want to include them in every dish you make.
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