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Tangy Pepper-Pecan Brie

Love at first bite! I just made this recipe for the first time a couple days ago and posted it here if you'd like to try it yourself.

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Megs said…
Paige filled me in on your party food and this was one item that sounded so yummy. Looks amazing!! You really know how to do things right.
Kelly, I'm already keeping my promise to comment more! This looks delicious! I'll have to make this for my family this Christmas. Great party starter. I hope you'll post the rest of your yummy recipes from the party I sadly missed.
This was very good. I love a good brie!!
mrs. r said…
looks delish. my SIL's friend heidi linked me to your site.

i am still puzzled that you and your hubby have the same name! that is one for the books. seriously a hoot!
Kelly said…
Hi Mrs. R. I just emailed Heidi to confirm. Congratulations on your adoption! That's so wonderful.

Yes, it's rather odd to have the same name as my husband, but very handy when I want to cash a check or use an airline ticket of his!
Sierra and Joe said…
That looks so good. I'm so sad I couldn't come! Hope it went well!
Mandi said…
Chris loves Brie Kelly, he thought that looked awesome. We will have to try and make it some time!
Bobbi said…
This looks yummy--I will try it soon.
Bobbi said…
Oh, we saw Enchanted last night and liked it a lot. Thanks for the recommendation!
~Family Life said…
Okay...that brie was amazing. Brie is one of my favorite things to use for appetizers. Chris brought some home for Thanksgiving and it was delish too!

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