Archive | Soups/Stews

You don't have to hang out on the bayou to know that a dark, rich roux is the key to making a proper gumbo...

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There aren’t too many days of the year that you can get away with eating things like the Walking Taco. Cinco de Mayo is definitely one of them...

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Game Day Chili - averagebetty.com

This spicy beef chili is quick, easy and can be cooked the morning of the Big Game. It’s great all by itself, or as the crowning glory of a Chili...

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Don’t worry. There is nothing wrong with craving a hearty, comforting bowl of Turkey Chili with Lentils before leftovers from the big meal are even...

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Smoky ham and hearty potatoes in a rich, creamy broth. This hearty and flavorful Country Style Ham and Potato Soup is perfect for taking the chill...

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It’s been unseasonably cool and rainy here in SoCal so I’ve been unseasonably in need of some comfort food for just those reasons...

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This comforting soup is a loaded baked potato in a bowl. Creamy, thick and satisfying, this Potato Soup will take the chill off a winter’s day and...

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Chef Adam Cho serves his Honeydew and Fennel Soup with a skewer of prosciutto wrapped melon as the second course...

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When the tough get sick, the tough wiggle into their slippers and make their own Chicken Noodle Soup...

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Vegetable Lentil Soup is the hearty and healthy meal you need when the weather outside is frightful. Lentils are very high in protein, iron and...

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Try this hearty White Bean Chicken Chili with a kick of Chipotle! It’s an easy, delicious, and healthy dish to serve up at your next football party...

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One of my favorite Chef Julia quotes is, “if you’re afraid of butter, use cream.” This Leek and Potato Soup, one of Chef Julia’s Master...

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