I'm thinking more of stuffed capsicum bell peppers, although [URL='http://www.biggreenegg.com/eggcessories/tools-thermometers-and-cleaners/jalapeno-grill-rack/']Big Green Egg has a japaleño pepper grill rack[/URL] that can also be used to hold ice cream cones upright in the oven (Confused about why you would ever want to do that? Fill the ice cream cones with marshmallows and chocolate bar chunks and bake them into s'mores. You're welcome.)\n\nVeggies can be delicate things, but they can also be surprisingly versatile when it comes to baking. I've been trying to think of the best combination to stuff a pepper with, but first I've got to consider the sheer variety of pepper stuffings. I wouldn't stuff any peppers with EVERYTHING listed below...only because there probably wouldn't be room. And the sauces would just taste funny all together.\n\n\n\nPlants to oven-bake before stuffing into a pepper that will then be oven-baked:\n\n- zucchini\n- eggplant\n- mushrooms\n- onions\n- beets\n- asparagus\n- pears (because why not? Maybe not the soft fragrant kind, but...)\n\n\n\nCheeses to add to the stuffing:\n\n- cheddar, of course\n- grated parmasan for more of a floury singe during baking\n- Swiss or Gouda for something more gooey\n\n\n\nOther food, possibly prepared in non-grilling other ways:\n\n- rice\n- beans (butter, red kidney, or garbanzo)\n- nuts\n- couscous\n- quinoa\n- quail eggs\n\n\n\n\nSauces:\n\n- egg with a runny yolk (this does [I]too[/I] count as a sauce)\n- plain yoghurt\n- sour cream\n- BBQ sauce\n- any condiment: ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise...\n- olive oil with herbs\n\n\n\n\nHave I missed anything? I'm always up for new ideas on what to stuff a pepper with!