I actually was taught how to do poppers but haven't made them myself yet.For some heat but still fairly simple whip up some of my fiery jalapeno poppers. If you do it in steps (prep the peppers, cook the sausage, mix the stuffing, fill the peppers, wrap the peppers, cook them, chow down) it is really easy to pull off. Heck, you can do them over a couple of days if you wanted to. I've cooked up the sausage and made the stuffing on one day, then cut the peppers, stuffed and wrapped them the next, and then cooked them on the third. Here's the recipe: Fiery Jalapeño Poppers
I'll be doing this next.If you have a crockpot then you have bunch of other options. Throw a pork butt or a half loin in it on low for six to eight hours, drain it, shred it, then toss it back in with a bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce (or two) and let it simmer for a hour or two. Easy pulled pork BBQ. You can do the same with boneless skinless chicken breasts but they don't take as long to cook.