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Tag Archives: soup
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!
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
There was so much amazing corn this year, I froze a lot! But now what? You can only eat so many bowls of buttered corn! How about Corn Chowder?? Combining hunter bacon (a thick chunk of Polish bacon, full of … Continue reading
Pumpkins, pumpkins – everywhere there’s pumpkins. I’m not big on cutting up a lot of jack-o-lanterns and wasting millions of pounds of food. We use the whole pumpkin as a decoration and then we eat it! Here is a great … Continue reading
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!
It’s the first day of fall and for me, that signals the start of soup weather! What can be better on a cold day than a pot of homemade soup? Well, here’s a few to get you started!
This fun Mexican holiday celebrates Mexico’s victory over France in 1862 at the battle of Puebla. Today we celebrate with Mexican dancers, pinatas and, of course, Mexican food! Here are some Mexican inspired dishes to help you celebrate the holiday. … Continue reading
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