Winter Vegetable Chili

This chili has morphed over the years from a Food & Wine recipe to an undeniable tradition at our house. The original had less spice, less veg, and less oomph. This recipe stands on its own, in your face with more of everything. It’s a great option when you want chili, but not the heavy…

Italian Sausage, Cannellini Bean & Kale Soup

There are times when you crave Italian flavors but don’t want pasta. This soup fits the bill, and is surprisingly filling. The added bonus is that it couldn’t be easier or faster. 3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 links hot Italian sausage 2 links mild Italian sausage 2 medium yellow onions* 5 cloves of…

African Curried Coconut Stew

It’s getting hotter outside and we’re looking to eat healthier. And as our work days get busier, we’re finding less and less time to cook during the week. A hot Sunday afternoon is a good excuse to stay in the AC and cook . . . and cook . . . and cook. Even though…

Butternut Squash Soup

With the abundance of squash this fall and the craving for heart-warming, soul satisfying comfort food, this butternut squash soup fits the bill. The subtle layers of flavor build as you eat, despite any preconceived notion you may have about a squash soup. Eat this and feel proud – you’ll be satisfied, others will be…

Minestrone Soup

I have made this a few times, most recently for dinner on Easter (very festive, I know). I realize that this is not a traditional minestrone, mostly because Dad and I debated the finer points and as it turns out, I am wrong. However, Todd and I are pretty sure its perfect! I wanted to…

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