Category Archives: Soups

Pumpkin Squash Lentil Stew Warms the Heart

There is nothing more tasty than the creamy goodness of pumpkin. With the convenience of canned pumpkin anytime of the year, this soup is easy to make in the crock pot or on the fly at home. The added lentils … Continue reading

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Day After Thanksgiving Turkey Gumbo

This post was so popular last year, it bears repeating. I can’t believe Thanksgiving is here. This whole month has flown by. When I grew up in Louisiana, one of my favorite dishes that my mama made every year was … Continue reading

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Edible Adventure- Vail Green Chile Pork Stew

A few weeks ago I took a trip to Vail to check out the local food scene and do some hiking. One of the dishes I saw on most menus was a Green Chile with Pork Stew. It was different  … Continue reading

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Roundup of Easy Fall Recipes

Fall is the start of our indoor entertaining season. We still cook outside but move the party inside for comfort of our Southern guests that often visit for leaf peeping. The gardens are holding out for that last bit of … Continue reading

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Soup of the Month- Creamy Skinny Vegetable Soup

This is my go-to soup when I want to get in my required servings of vegetables. The vegetable I make it with changes with the season- Butternut Squash in the fall, Sweet Potato or carrot in the winter, Spinach or … Continue reading

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Louisiana Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo is one of my all time favorite dishes. The nutty roux flavor along with the smoky sausage and meaty chicken can’t be beat. No matter how far I travel, I have not found anything to compare … Continue reading

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January is National Soup Month

In honor of national Soup Month I am featuring a Guest Post from Ginnie Bivona, one of the best cooks in Texas. Author’s note: Ginnie has been my friend so long, the Dead Sea was only sick when we became … Continue reading

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