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Tag Archives: soup
In honor of the Chinese New Year, here is a deliciously satisfying soup for a cold winter evening. It sounds more complicated than it is – and it’s so tasty!
What a great year we had! So many visitors and supporters. To you we say: THANK YOU! Here are recipes for the top ten most visited posts of 2017 – If you’re looking for something great to cook that’s easy, … Continue reading
A delicious chicken soup that I have learned is not a traditional Hanukkah food! Hanukkah started yesterday. Us gentiles don’t fully understand the significance of this holiday,
I don’t know about you, but I did a lot of cooking on Thanksgiving. We have some left overs, but we asked all of our guests to make themselves a “doggy bag”, so we aren’t overflowing with food we won’t … Continue reading
Cabbage is one of those local crops that loves the cold weather. It’s fairly easy to get right now. I love to make soup that brings back childhood memories. When I was about 8 years old, we had some friends in our … Continue reading
Have leftover stems from your asparagus (Like the ones left from the quiche) ? Here’s what to do with them…
This hardy soup is perfect for a week night- just put it in the crock pot, go to work and it’s done when you get home! Add some hot garlic bread and it is simply delicious!
Looking for something rich and spicy? How about a Thai inspired soup rich with coconut milk, shrimp and spicy curry? Here’s a recipe that’s quick to prepare and delicious!
Looking for a delicious, creamy and hearty soup for dinner by the fire? How about this made from scratch (but super easy) Split Pea soup? Homemade and served with cheesy garlic croutons.
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!