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How to Cook Moroccan Chickpea Soup with Shredded Duck & Balsamic Video
Jan17
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How to Cook Napa Jack’s Beer & Oxtail Stew Video
Dec09
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How to Make Cantaloupe & Cucumber Gazpacho Video
Dec05
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How to Make Gazpacho Andaluz Video
Dec05
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Web Chef Review: Fresh Mango Gazpacho at Harvest Barn Country Markets
Dec05
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How to Cook Cream of Kale Soup Video
Dec02
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How to Cook Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup + Video
Sep23

How to Cook Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup + Video

Cream of Roasted Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup is exactly what you want to cozy up with this time of year! A heavenly, creamy combination of autumn ingredients, perfect for the fall. It’s a soup everyone will love with hearty butternut squash & sweet potato, roasted & creamed to perfection. We are hauling gorgeous squashes out of our kitchen garden this time of year, and I’ve been harvesting our sweet...

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How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin + Video
Oct22

How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin + Video

I am super excited to share this recipe with you for How to Cook Ginger Chicken Soup in a Pumpkin. This delicious, savory recipe gives you a chance to enjoy the taste of pumpkin for recipes other than pumpkin pie. I am happy to serve this lovely soup cooked right inside the pumpkin, which is so attractive, healthy and fun! Essentially, the pumpkin is the pot. This soup gets to cook inside of the pumpkin, giving it some amazing flavor,...

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How to Cook Zuppa Tuscana + Video: Mother’s Day Delights
May10

How to Cook Zuppa Tuscana + Video: Mother’s Day Delights

This recipe for How to Cook Zuppa Tuscana creates a beautiful Italian-style soup that is both very filling and truly delicious. Chock full of sausage, kale & potatoes, with a flavorful & creamy broth, your family and friends will love it! How to Cook Zuppa Tuscana: This is one of our favorite soups. Type: Soup Recipe Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 1 hr 20 min Yield: ~ 10 servings The ingredients & instructions are listed...

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How to Cook Beef Stock + Video
Mar24

How to Cook Beef Stock + Video

Beef Stock is the building block of amazing soups, stews & sauces, as well as other dishes that require a bit more flavor. Making your own beef stock is easy to do, but takes some time. You’ll start off with roasting your beef bones, which is the most important part of the recipe to develop deep flavors of deliciousness. Use this stock to make a large pot of soup, or save for later in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days, or...

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How to Cook Lobster Whiskey Cream Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar14

How to Cook Lobster Whiskey Cream Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

This elegant Lobster Whiskey Cream Stew will not only make good old St.Patrick proud, but will make any celebration a success. Don’t forget that the Emerald Isle is, well, an island with a slew of coastal cities, that enjoy their fish & seafood. How to Cook Lobster Whiskey Cream Stew: Type: Stew Recipe Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 35 – 40 min Yields: 4 servings Ingredients: 4 cooked lobsters – cracked with all...

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How to Cook Irish Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar14

How to Cook Irish Stew: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Another wonderful recipe for Irish Stew of which all Irish households have their own version. Once again, each home boasts that theirs is the best… How to Cook Irish Stew: Type: Stew Recipe Prep Time: 12 min Cook Time: 45 min – 1 hr Yields: 8 servings Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 3 lbs boneless lamb 2 parsnips – peeled, cut into chunks 5 – 6 cups water or stock – as needed 5 potatoes – peeled...

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How to Cook Dublin Coddle: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar13

How to Cook Dublin Coddle: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

A true comfort food, Coddle is a traditional Irish dish, usually referred to as also as Dublin Coddle. Hearty & nutritious, this stew-like dish is made with salty bacon, pork sausages & potatoes, creating Irish flavors at their best. The name comes from long, slow simmering or “coddling”of this dish. I have read that the popularity of coddle came about since it can be left simmering on the stove till the man of...

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