Thursday, July 2, 2015

Stuffed Green Peppers





Ingredients

6 large green peppers or 8 medium, tops removed, seeded (save the tops to add to stuffing)
1 pound lean ground beef (you could use ground turkey, too)
1 medium onion, chopped
1 teaspoon oregano or Italian seasoning
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon dried basil
1 (4 ounce) can green chilies, drained
1 (14.5 ounce) can diced tomatoes, drain and save the juice
1/2 cup minute rice (can use regular rice but need to cook it first if you do)
1 (4 ounce) can tomato sauce, Optional 
Cheese for tops of peppers, about 1/2 cup shredded (cheddar, or whatever you like)

Preparation

In a large pot of boiling water, after you have removed the seeds and stems, boil the peppers for five minutes to soften them up.  Remove from water and drain on paper towels.  Brown the hamburger, onion, chopped pepper tops and drain if needed.  Add the oregano, Worcestershire sauce, pepper, salt, garlic, basil, green chilies, drained diced tomatoes and minute rice.  Simmer until rice is tender or about 5 minutes. Fill your peppers with the hamburger mixture. (If you are using the tomato sauce pour it over the filled peppers. Pour the drained tomato juice that you saved from the diced tomatoes into the bottom of your casserole dish.  Bake peppers in preheated 400 degree oven for 20 minutes.  Remove and add shredded cheese to top of each pepper.  Return to oven for five more minutes until cheese melts. This recipe makes 6 to 8 stuffed peppers. Cut in half if only making four. 





25 COLLEGIATE WATER POLO ASSOCIATION INSTITUTIONS MAKE 2015 NICHE.COM 100 BEST NON-DIVISION I SCHOOLS FOR ATHLETES





BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- 25 Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) institutions appear on the 2015 Niche.com list of the 100 Best Division II & Division III Schools for Athletes.
Predominantly comprised of smaller schools than centers of higher education such as the University of Notre Dame, the University of Southern California and Florida State University, the list features schools from all four corners of the United States.
CWPA schools dominate the Top 25 as 17 of the top small college athletic schools in the country currently field either a men's or women's team in the league. 
Leading a heavily CWPA-laden contingent in the Top 10 is the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (men's varsity/women's club) as the Engineers rate at No. 1.  Bowdoin College (men's club/women's club), Washington University in St. Louis (men's club/women's club), Williams College (men's club/women's club), Middlebury College (men's club/women's club), Amherst College (men's club/women's club), the University of Chicago (men's club) and Carleton College (men's club/women's club) follow MIT at No. 2-to-8, respectively, while Johns Hopkins University (men's varsity) stands at No. 10.
Overall, all 10 schools in the Top 10 compete in water polo as No. 9 Pomona College, one half of Pomona-Pitzer Colleges, fields both men's and women's varsity teams in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).
Colby College (No. 11, men's club) and Grinnell College (men's club/women's club) fall just outside the Top 10 at No. 11 and 12, respectively, with Wesleyan University (No. 14, men's club/women's club) and Hamilton College (No. 15, men's club/women's club) completing the league's 13-team contingent in the Top 15.
Bates College (No. 17, men's club/women's club), Macalester College (No. 21, men's club/women's club), Franklin & Marshall College(No. 22, men's club) and Tufts University (No. 23, men's club) comprise the remaining CWPA schools in the Top 25. 
Rennsselaer Polytechnic Institute (No. 28, men's club), Carnegie Mellon University (No. 29, men's club/women's club), Worcester Polytechnic Institute (No. 43, men's club), Colorado School of Mines (No. 59, men's club), Grand Valley State University (No. 60, men's club/women's club), Augustana College (No. 83, men's club/women's club), Carthage College (No. 90, women's varsity) and Lindenwood University (No. 98, men's club/women's club) finish off the CWPA schools in the Top 100.
Among water polo schools in general, 29 schools that field a water polo team made the list as Pomona-Pitzer (No. 9), Occidental College (No. 31, men's varsity/women's varsity), California Lutheran University (No. 48, men's varsity/women's varsity) and the University of Redlands (No. 85, men's varsity/women's varsity) field teams in the SCIAC.



Serpents

Ft. Lauderdale Water Polo Club



Head Coach Istvan Csendes & son Nico






A Special Visitor Showed Up At Michigan Water Polo Camp Today



Jim Harbaugh on the left.
New Michigan Head Coach 
Former Head Coach of Super Bowl Champion SF 49er's
Michigan Alum




Gladiators @2015 Sunshine State Games







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