Monthly Archives: November 2010

Turkey Chili Verde

This is an unexpected way to use up holiday leftovers. The flavors depart from what you probably have been eating with your standard holiday meals, making this a nice change of pace. It is really easy to make and could … Continue reading

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Turkey Stock

Making turkey stock is a great way to get some extra mileage out of a turkey. Stock freezes well or could be used to make some delicious soup and use up your leftover turkey meat. There are some different schools … Continue reading

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Ham and Bean Soup

I really enjoy bean soups. They are hearty enough to satisfy big appetites and if you soak the beans the morning you plan to cook your soup it comes together very quickly.  If you plan to simmer your soup in … Continue reading

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Corn Chowder

I love corn chowder.  It’s creamy, it’s hearty and when there is bacon in it, it’s over-the-top tasty.  I tend to crave it during the winter months when it’s cold and stormy.  Which also is when fresh corn is nowhere … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

I love split pea soup. Now. I didn’t care to much for it when I was growing up. It was too green and too mushy. These days I love it. The other day it was cloudy and cool and I … Continue reading

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Avgolemono Soup

Avgolemono is a delicious lemony soup thickened with eggs. There are as many versions of this soup as there are Greek grandmothers and this one stays pretty traditional, but easy, using the eggs whole instead of separating them and folding … Continue reading

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