There’s nothing more comforting that a bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup. It warms you on a cold day, soothes you when you are ill, and is a great big, fluffy blanket wrapping you up in a hug – in a bowl. You can’t beat it.
Pimento Cheese Potato Soup is the perfect soup to make for the kiddos. With the cheerful pimentos, crisp bacon and super cheesy flavor, what’s not to love?
Ham and corn chowder is a creamy and delicious soup for a cool spring evening.
Garam Masala is a beautiful blend of spices and lends a rich flavor to this warm and hearty Chicken Stew.
Kielbasa and White Bean Soup is filled with delicious kielbasa, zesty tomatoes and white beans. Simple and delicious.
Pizza Stew is a fun supper to make, taking the flavors of a pizza and making them into a quick & easy stew.
Sometimes you just want something simple and effortless for supper and egg drop soup fits that order perfectly with warm broth filled with swirls of delicate egg.
Potsticker soup is perfect for those days when you have absolutely no time to cook supper.
Lean Mean Cheeseburger Soup is a great way to balance out the highly rich foods of the holiday season.
Served on a bed of smashed potatoes, this creamy chicken soup is deceptively simple and comforting.
Pumpkin Chili with tender bits of butternut squash, and meaty ground chicken for a delicious and healthy meal. This week we are being joined again by the wonderful Gallo Family Vineyards as we bring you recipes for your frightfully fun holiday celebrations to scare – er – delight your guests. This being the season…
Five Bean Chili is a meatless chili – healthy and flavorful yet hearty enough to satisfy meat lovers. In addition to being healthy, this is also a budget-friendly supper.
A big bowl of kielbasa split pea soup is the perfect way to end a busy day.
Have I ever mentioned how much I love using my crockpot? I love using my crockpot so much, that I actually own 5 of them! Yeah, you read that right. Five crockpots. Each of those five crockpots is different and serves its own purpose. Though very soon my number will be dwindling to a mere…
Cincy chili is Cincinnati Style Chili – a quick chili served with spaghetti noodles. It may sound odd like it did to my family…until they tried it and immediately fell in love!
Tender beef with parsnips and carrots slow cooked in a rich broth makes Beef Daube an absolutely comforting supper.
I was first introduced to White Chili years ago when we lived in the farmhouse in North Carolina. We were going away for a couple days and one of my husband’s soldiers house sat for us while we were gone. We had pets – and chickens – who needed caring for and we couldn’t take…
A while back a friend of mine asked me to come up with a recipe for Olive Garden’s Chicken Gnocchi soup. Well I have to confess, I have only been to an Olive Garden maybe twice in my whole life, and the last time was several years ago. And…I have never had their chicken gnocchi…
If you’ve ever wanted to experiment with making beef stew in your crockpot, this is the recipe you want to make. Trust me. The stew itself has an amazingly rich flavor and the beef is fall apart tender.
With tender potatoes and a thick gravy, Skillet Chicken Stew is such a comforting treat. But seeing as it only takes about half an hour to make, you can enjoy this any night of the week. And if you have had a long night of ringing in the new year, you’ll love how easy this…
When December 31st rolls around every year, it is a time of reflecting on the things that have taken place in the past year. How much you have grown, the life changes that have occurred, the milestones reached, the laughter and the tears. We also find ourselves looking towards the new year. What will it…
Over at Hip Homeschool Moms today, I shared this delicious soup. Ever wanted Chicken Pot Pie but didn’t have time to make it? Here’s a quicker option for that great flavor.
A rich, chunky chili paired with classic skillet cornbread for a comforting supper any evening.
This is a classic and simple “comfort food” that is a huge favorite around our house. Chicken & Dumplings. Not something people usually have in the summer, but in Alaska, with high’s sometimes only the 50’s, I even made it in July! In a Dutch oven, start with 1 quart (4 cups) Chicken Broth. Add…