Soups


Ground Beef Goulash

This wonderful simple Goulash recipe comes from Chow and Chatter    


National Soup Month

Perhaps it is the colder weather that brings National Soup Month to us in January. A little history on soup. Soup has been traced back as far as 6000 B.C., notably it seems that Hippopotamus was the first known meat used for soups. We know the early Greeks sold soup in their market places and […]


Crockpot Soups in Fall Flavors

  Crockpot Soups in Fall Flavors With cooler weather comes the return of our favorite comfort foods. This year, put a twist on classic, cold-weather soups and stews by letting them slowly simmer in a crock pot. Crock pots are among the best kitchen inventions for cooks with busy lives. Whether warming cheddar ranch dip […]


Vegan Chili

  As the crisp morning breeze whispers rumors of fall, I am inspired to dust off the crock pot and create dinner right after breakfast. My recipe is a blend of fresh summer harvest with reliable pantry staples that simmers in flavor and tempting aroma, and needs no further invitation. Our vegan household has been […]


Homemade Chicken and Noodles Recipe

With Autumn officially arriving and the temperatures dropping lower, we have some go-to recipes that certainly warm our hearts. Do you have any of those foods that you just start craving as soon as the temperatures get a little cooler? One of those meals for us is Sarah’s Chicken ‘n Noodles. The trio of celery, […]


Black Rice and Lentil Curry

Delicious black rice curry delivers a power pack of nutrition. According to ancient Eastern legend, the remarkable and illusive black rice should be reserved exclusively for emperors. Wild and brown rice also work for those seeking royal privilege; it’s the whole grain that carries nutritional significance. The deeper the color, the higher the health benefit. […]


Steak Chili Recipe

Okay, today we’re going to roll out the recipe for our luxury chili. Don’t get me wrong, this doesn’t have anything crazy like caviar or gold floating on top of it, but we’re going to be using at least one ingredient that can make this chili a tad on the expensive side if you’re looking […]


White Chicken Chili

  The final recipe in this chili series is for a White Chicken Chili. Typically, I am not a huge fan of white chili because in my experience they tend not to be as thick and satisfying as most the chili that I enjoy. It is my opinion that chili should have some thickness to […]


Turn Up the Heat with Tailgate Chili

Tailgate Chili One of the benefits of fall is the return of tailgating season. Whether you’re tailgating for a national football game or simply for your child’s, high school, football game, you’ll definitely want to bring some sort of filling food with you. Chances are, you’ll have hungry wanderers throughout the parking lot and you’ll […]


Curried Cauliflower Carrot Soup

  Last week, I came down with the flu and it knocked me out for three days. The only saving grace was the Curried Cauliflower Carrot Soup my husband made for me. I ate it for every meal while I was trying to kick the sickness. Its savory flavors and soothing texture were like a […]