In the world of online dating, where swiping left and right based on looks has become the norm, a new app has appeared. S’More, short for ‘something more,’ is a unique dating service that places meaningful conversations over selfies. Its algorithm recommends profiles tailored to users’ values, accompanied by a twist – all photos of potential matches are initially blurred.
Conversation First, Looks After
S’More flips the script on traditional dating apps, focusing on building connections through conversations before revealing the match’s face. The app aims to break free from the shallow hot or not swiping, urging users to genuinely get to know each other first. As chats progress and engagement deepens, the match’s photo gradually un-blurs.
The App Is Fostering Compatibility
Founder Adam Cohen-Aslatei believes that dating should be more than a beauty contest. With S’More, he aims to provide users with complete package compatibility. The app’s algorithm considers various elements, values, passions, preferences, and behaviors to create personalized daily recommendations.
In a digital world full of endless options, S’More users can only engage in a set number of chats at a time. This limitation encourages them to invest more deeply in conversations, nurturing connections beyond the surface level. By focusing on quality over quantity, S’More aims to foster deeper, more meaningful interactions.
Encouraging Positive Behavior
S’More goes beyond a typical dating app by implementing a kindness score, rewarding positive behavior and interactions. As a former director for Bumble’s gay dating app, Cohen-Aslatei brings his expertise to S’More, encouraging users to treat each other with respect. The interactive icons and multimedia options allow them to express their personalities authentically.
By prioritizing conversation, shared values, and accountability, S’More creates an environment where authenticity thrives, fostering genuine relationships. Step into a new era of dating where meaningful connections reign supreme.
Making delicious stuffed peppers can be easy and very simple, and it’s one of those recipes that everyone should try. With this particular one, the green bell peppers are stuffed with ground beef, tomatoes, rice, cheese, and onion and cooked in tomato soup.
Stuffed Peppers With Simple Ingredients
The ingredients needed for the stuffed peppers include: * 6 green bell peppers * 1 pound of ground beef * chopped onions * a can of whole peeled * chopped tomatoes * half a cup of uncooked rice * a cup of shredded Cheddar cheese * a teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce * two cans of tomato soup * water as needed
The first thing that should be done is to get a large pot of salted water to a boil. Meanwhile, the tops off the bell peppers should be chopped and the seeds removed. The bell peppers should be cooked in boiling water for five minutes and then drained. Now, salt should be sprinkled inside each bell pepper, and all six should be set aside.
Stuffed Peppers Cooked With Tomatoes
The ground beef and onion should be placed in a large skillet over medium heat. They should be cooked and stirred until the beef is browned. This usually takes around five minutes. Now, the excess fat should be drained, and then the beef seasoned with salt and pepper. All this should be stirred in the tomatoes, half a cup of water, Worcestershire sauce, and rice. The heat should be reduced to low, and the beef should be covered and simmered until the rice is tender. This takes another 15 minutes. When everything is done, the skilled should be removed from the heat and stirred in cheese.
The oven should be preheated to 350 degrees F. Each bell pepper has to be stuffed with the rice and beef mixture and arranged in a baking dish with the open side up. The tomato soup should be placed in a medium bowl and combined with enough water to make the soup attain a gravy consistency. This should be poured over the bell peppers and covered with aluminum foil.
The stuffed peppers should be baked in the preheated oven until they heat up on the inside and the cheese gets melted and bubbly. This takes around 30 minutes.