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Category Archives: Main dish
Here’s a soup inspired by Southern Comfort food – just throw it in the crock pot and when you get home – It’s Dinner! You can use some of that left over ham we made yesterday!
Looking for something to warm you on these cold winter evenings? Here’s a pretty easy chowder that fits the bill. Creamy potatoes, smokey bacon and mounds of cheddar cheese. It’s pretty easy to do
It’s another National food day – National Noodle Day. No one seems to know where this National day came from, but it’s a perfect day to share the Pasta of the month!
After Easter, if you had ham like we did, you have that big ol’ bone full of meat you can’t get off very easily. We froze ours – and this is what we made with it. The chiles give it … Continue reading
This Vietnamese soup is becoming all the rage! Traditionally it is made with beef, but you can also use shrimp – since the hot broth cooks the meat, I would recommend pre-cooking any other meat you might choose. But the … Continue reading
This recipe is similar to the previously posted clam chowder, but a little easier to make and, I think tastes better!! The New and Improved Clam Chowder!
Real Mexican Pozole has many more ingredients (like pig and chicken feet) and takes the whole day to make. This version is easy to prepare and tastes delicious! Put it in the crock-pot before you go to work, chop the … Continue reading
I first had this soup at a restaurant in town. I loved it! I looked it up to see what was in it and found that many foods with rice in them are referred to as Azteca. That was about … Continue reading
Nothing says comfort like a hot bowl of soup – and one of my favorites is New England Clam Chowder. Creamy and smooth – warm and full of flavor….
One of our favorite things about Thanksgiving is the soup we make from the turkey carcass! This pot is big and hearty and freezes well too!