What to do with a peppadew? Peppadews are round, cored pepper-type things that are generally found at the olive bar in many supermarkets. They can be purchased in jars, but it is more economical to purchase them loose and buy just what you need. They come in red and yellow varieties, but the red is the more prevalent color. If you can find both, buy both, they look pretty when filled and displayed. The flavor is sweet and slightly briny. Because they are hollowed out, they lend themselves to many types of fillings–think crabmeat, tuna chunks, even scrambled eggs; they are perfect for one bite, fork not required, and do not need anything but a cocktail. Here I stuff them with feta cheese. Just cut the feta cheese into pieces and stuff the peppers. Pour a glass of wine. Eat.