~There are numerous variations for this recipe, and it all depends on who is doing the cooking.  My ~recommendation is to start with the basic recipe, make up a batch, try them and then add whatever ~spices or other ingredients to the cheese stuffing you think would be good the next time that you ~make a batch.  I have added Old Bay Seafood Seasoning, salt, freshly ground black pepper, smoked ~paprika, minced garlic, minced smoked brisket, & minced cooked shrimp to the cheese filling.  I have ~cooked them in the smoker and I have cooked them in the oven.  They all turned out good.  Oh yes, ~and if you grow your own, NOTHING BUT NOTHING bothers them in the garden.  No deer or ~rabbit or groundhog or skunk or possum or mice damage and no insect known to man will bother ~these peppers so it is an all-around Win, Win Situation!.....unless that is, if you don't like Jalapenos.   

 ~They reheat beautifully the next day.  The picture below was taken just before reheating.  Notice   ~the extra cheese that leaked out the day before that has been piled on top of a few of them.             ~Yum, yum, yum!!!

                         Cheese Stuffed, Bacon Wrapped, Jalapeno Peppers. (Basic Recipe).                         ~Ingredients:                                                                                                                                           ~8 to 12 Jalapeno Peppers, cut in half lengthwise with seeds and membranes removed.                     ~Thin cut bacon or if you cannot get thin cut, use regular cut.  Do not use thick cut.                             ~8 oz. Philadelphia Brand Original cream cheese at room temperature.                                                 ~8 oz. freshly grated sharp cheddar cheese at room temperature (or if not sharp, regular will do).       ~Directions:                                                                                                                                     ~Wash Jalapenos.                                                                                                                           ~Cut stems off and cut in half lengthwise.                                                                                       ~Remove seeds and membranes.  (An 1/8 or a 1/4 tsp metal measuring spoon works great for this.)   ~Mix cream cheese and cheddar cheese and any other stuffing ingredients and spices you may   ~want to use together.  (See remarks above.)                                                                                 ~Prepare a broiler pan by wrapping both the lower part of the broiler pan with aluminum foil and then   ~wrapping the upper part of the broiler pan with aluminum foil and cutting slots in the foil where the   ~slots are in the upper part of the broiler pan.  After doing this, spray the upper part of the broiler   ~pan with Pam.  You can also use a baking sheet that has been wrapped with aluminum foil and has   ~a rack that has been sprayed with Pam.  The idea in both cases is to allow the bacon grease to   ~drain away from the peppers, make clean up a lot easier and to stop the peppers from sticking to   ~the pan or the rack.                                                                                                                                 ~Stuff Jalapeno halves with cheese mixture, mounding slightly in the center of each half.                     ~Wrap each stuffed half with a full piece of bacon or if peppers are small, a half piece of bacon.         ~Put each wrapped Jalapeno on the prepared broiler pan or on the rack that is in the baking sheet.   ~Bake in an oven that has been pre-heated to 400 degrees for anywhere from 25 to 35 minutes.   ~The exact time will depend on the size of the Jalapenos, how you like your bacon and if the   ~peppers are tender when poked with a knife or an ice pick or some such instrument.  Start   ~checking after 25 minutes and continue to bake until they are to your liking.  You can serve with   ~a good sour cream on the side.  (Don't use low fat.)  Finally, ENJOY!!!                                        

  Cheese Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos