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Peppers In A Bowl Puzzle Details:

About: Let's make a salad! We've got a wooden bowl full of bell peppers, Hungarian sweet wax peppers and some salad leaves ... just a few more ingredients and we're all set. Join us for a delicious fresh vegetable salad in today's new puzzle, click start!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 22/Feb/2015

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