This is a photo of the finished product:
As appealing as the original recipe looked, it seemed to me that it might be even better if I added a little touch of cheddar cheese and bacon...since almost everything is better with cheddar cheese and bacon added to it. First I sliced the pepper rings about 1/4" thick, and cleaned all the seeds and white insides out. Then I sauteed them for a few seconds on each side in a hot skillet that I had sprayed with Pam.
I broke eggs into each of the rings and cooked them until they were set, then carefully flipped them over. You can see from the photo that I had a little problem cutting the pepper rings completely straight, so the egg white escaped under the edges, but we didn't lose sleep over that.
Now, this is where the twist comes in. I put about a tablespoon of Hormel real bacon bits on the eggs, and then topped each egg with 1/4 slice of cheddar cheese.
The cheese got nice and warm, but didn't melt completely, so I put the eggs into the microwave for about 10 seconds, long enough for the cheese to finish melting.
The family gave this dish a rating of two enthusiastic thumbs up, so I'm happy to say Pinterest experiment number one was a success!