Category Archive: Soup/Stew

Black Bean Salsa Chili with Cilantro Cream Topping

Black Bean Salsa Chili

Do you like Chili? Apparently we do as I have just tried yet another new chili recipe! What I love about a big pot of chili is that the leftovers just keep getting better and better, it reheats beautifully and a bowl full is quite filling. The secret ingredient in this recipe is…. BACON! Chili …

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Beef Tagine with Butternut Squash

Beef Tagine with Butternut Squash

Having never made a tagine before I was intrigued with this recipe. Tagines have their roots in North African or Moroccan cuisine and are slow cooked stews that results in tender meat and vegetables cooked in a cone shaped clay pot. This recipe for Beef Tagine is made without the typical conical shaped clay tagine pot. It’s a simple list …

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Turkey Pumpkin Chili & A Blog Anniversary!

Turkey Pumpkin Chili

I do love me some pumpkin but have always associated it with sweeter foods like pumpkin muffins, low fat pumpkin pie, pumpkin oatmeal, pumpkin butter or pumpkin cranberry baked oatmeal bars. For a long time I have seen savory recipes that incorporate canned pumpkin but hadn’t taken the plunge myself. That is until a couple of days …

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Vegetarian Black Bean & Soy Chorizo Chili / WWPP 6

Vegetarian Black Bean & Soy Chorizo Chili

All winter long we eat a variety of soups, stews and chili so I’m always up for trying new recipes to add to our regular rotation of favorites. This recipe is going at the top of my list! The flavor the first day was good but each day after it just got better and better. It’s not a spicy …

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Mushroom Barley Soup / WWPP 4

Mushroom Barley Soup Nutmeg Notebook

There is something so satisfying about making a pot of soup. It’s simple to make, tastes even better the second day and is perfect to pack up for a work lunch. Enjoy the earthy flavor of mushrooms and healthy high fiber pearl barley in this filling soup. Since it’s low calorie you have plenty of room to enjoy a sandwich or …

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