Tag Archives: Soup/Stew

Chipotle Chicken Tortilla Soup

Time for another repeat meal post!  I first made this soup several years ago, and we were very impressed with it.  First of all, I love chicken tortilla soup.  I’ve eaten it countless times and I have very high standards … Continue reading

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Moroccan Chicken and Merguez Tagine

I am absolutely DYING to go to Morocco.  I want to see both Casablanca and Marrakech, in particular.  I am fascinated by their culture.  I’ve seen tons of pictures of both those cities, and the bright colors and intricate mosaics … Continue reading

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Mom’s Taco Soup

Wow, this is my first blog post since February!!  I don’t think I’ve ever taken that long of a hiatus before.  I’m working on getting a new blog up and running, one with its own domain, a somewhat different scope, … Continue reading

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Pasta e Fagioli

I found this in “Giada’s Family Dinners” and we both loved it.  It’s an Italian classic and I can’t believe I’d never had it before.  So yummy!  It’s a hearty soup with beans and pasta (in this case macaroni), a … Continue reading

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Oktoberfest Soup

This was a great soup that comes from Rachael Ray’s “Big Orange Book” and it was so rich and flavorful.  Perfect for a crisp, fall, October day.  Serve with a cold beer.  Enjoy! Ingredients: 2 tbs EVOO 3 tbs butter … Continue reading

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Moroccan Butternut Squash Soup

I am so excited that cooler weather has arrived, because that means I can now make soups!!  This one I found in the most recent issue of Food & Wine Magazine, and it was delicious.  I love, love, love butternut … Continue reading

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Fiery Gazpacho and Spicy Shrimp

I misplaced my camera cord a couple weeks ago, so I have much blogging to catch up on.  This meal was delicious, but really hot.  Not for the faint of heart or stomach.  I found it in Rachael Ray’s “30 … Continue reading

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