Prepare to swoon, ladies! A group of Hamilton County firefighters are “turning up the heat” by posing in a calendar, that’s all for a good cause! They’re hoping to raise money for the Hamilton County Fallen Firefighters Memorial in downtown Noblesville. Among those firemen? Our very own Fireman Tim!
Tim, along with Jessi Emmerson of the Noblesville Ladies Fire Auxiliary, stopped by to give us a glimpse of the calendar pages and chat about how you can help support the cause! Tim also makes us two healthy dishes to help anyone out there stay healthy and get in shape!!
If you’d like to order one of the calendars or make a donation, visit hcfallenfirefightersmemorial.wazala.com.
Interested in giving at a higher level and want to learn more? Call (317) 773-8805 or e-mail info@HCFallenFirefightersMemorial.org to arrange for a project team member to visit you with more information.
Here are today’s recipes:
No bake peanut butter protein bars
1 cup dry oats
1cup peanut butter
Scoop of chocolate whey protein(optional) Choice of dark chocolate chips, almonds, walnuts, coconut, or raisins
Add all ingredients into mixing bowl. Once all all mixed well place on parchment paper shape int flat square cover and and place in refrigerator for 2 or more hours. After you can slice into bars or small squares and enjoy.
Stuffed pepper casserole
2lb lean ground beef
1/2cup rice/whit or brown
3green or any color bell pepper
28ounce cans tomato sauce
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1/4tsp onion powder
Salt pepper to taste Italian seasoning to taste A shredder chews of choice
Brown ground beef
Dice peppers and sauté in olive oil with some garlic and onion.
Next add in all ingredients into cooking pan sprinkle cheese on on.
Place in oven at 350 degrees leave in about 20 minutes.