We are getting our first real snow of the season. I’m excited because it’s December and so far this year, we’ve had wonderful fall weather and the start of a very mild winter. Now I probably just jinxed us all and we’ll be stuck in tunnels of snow like the famous midwestern blizzard of 1978 … More Chicken Pot Pie Soup – bring on the snow!
I have a little thing with buffalo chicken. I scour menus at new restaurants to see if they have any buffalo chicken wrap or sandwich that looks tasty. It’s like hot wings without all the mess. Yum! When I saw a bottle of Sweet Baby Rays Buffalo Sauce at the grocery store one day, I … More Buffalo Chicken, Oh how I love thee. Let me count the ways.
A few months before our wedding, my husband transferred to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for his job. This meant I would finish out my last few years of college in Wisconsin and it also meant, I would soon be a cheesehead. I was excited to move to Milwaukee right after the wedding, but it was a whirlwind … More Broccoli Cheese Soup – once a cheesehead, always a cheesehead
Don’t you just hate it when a little upset stomach ruins your desire to eat one of your favorite foods for a long time? I won’t go into details, but after almost 5 years, I’m yet to make or eat Tater Tot Casserole. I have a dear friend who now has to take spaghetti off … More Italian Tortellini Soup
Colder temps outside just call for soup. I have a few new soups I want to try out and if they are a go, I’ll share them with you after I test them out, make adjustments, work out any issues and make sure they are blog worthy. This first one is a hearty soup full … More Goulash Zuppa
I hope all of you are having a wonderful holiday season spent with family and friends. We were able to spend some time with family and are now back home with a few days before we have to get back to the usual routine. With the New Year coming upon us, I thought I’d share … More A little luck for the New Year
I decided that I’d repost the recipe that really motivated me to start this blog in the first place – my Creamy Tomato Basil Bisque Soup. I had made the soup and shared the recipe with a few friends and they loved it. One compared it to Panera’s and said mine was better. That was … More More Please! Repost of Creamy Tomato Basil Bisque Soup
If you read yesterday’s post, it was about homemade pot roast and how versatile it is. Not only does it greet your family and guests with a wonderful aroma of home cooked goodness as they enter the house, you can get a few meals out of it so it’s definitely a winner in the kitchen. … More Making the most of that pot roast – Vegetable Beef Soup and Italian Beef Sandwiches
I remember when I was little sometimes while flipping through the channels on the TV, we’d come across this older man in usually a denim shirt that carried a very strong Cajun accent. His little stories, jokes, and laughter sucked us in most times and we ended up watching the remainder of his show. This … More Cajun Pasta
It’s pretty darn cold here and everyone knows how bad this season has been with colds and flu so I try to do everything I can to help fight off those pesky germs. This good for you soup is loaded with vitamin rich vegetables and goodness and has just enough of a kick to scare … More Thai Fusion Chicken Noodle Soup: Ammunition against those germs!