Category: Soups

Tomato Bisque Soup

Tomato Bisque is one of my family’s favorite soups that always pairs perfectly along a grilled cheese sandwich for a quick and easy weeknight meal.  This is one meal I remember my mother making me on cold winter days for lunch after I had…

Chicken Corn Chowder

A new soup I’ve been working on is my Chicken Corn Chowder. This soup really does the trick on a cold wintry day (like today, as it’s cold and icy) paired along some toasty french bread. This is an easy soup to prepare and…

Butternut Squash Soup with Bacon

Fall in the Ozarks is my favorite time of the year.  Our region boosts an array of fall vegetables like spaghetti squash, eggplants, peppers, acorn and butternut squash, sweet potatoes, bright greens, apples and more!  It’s the perfect time for a visit to the local farmers…

Ham, Bean and Cornbread Meal

If there is one meal that I remember as a child on the farm it was ham and beans! It was a meal my mother would cook-up on cold wintry days that would keep us fed for days. It seemed as though this meal…

Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

I’ve been working on a new soup recipe for a few weeks now, as I had to get the recipe perfect before posting it to you all!  Chicken & Wild Rice Soup has always been a favorite on mine that I typically order at…

She Crab Soup Winning Recipe

I love a good food competition, especially when I can use high-quality products from my local farmers market.  The Farmers Market of the Ozarks recently held it’s 4th Annual Soup-Off Competition to help raise funds for non-profit organization, Harvest on Wheels, and I decided…

Chicken Corn Chowder

A new soup I’ve been working on is my Chicken Corn Chowder. This soup really does the trick on a cold day paired with toasty french bread and butter.  From what everyone’s saying, this winter is going to be a cold, long one so…

Potage Parmentier “Potato Leek Soup”

Leeks are a vegetable that I have a great love for, but are many times overlooked.  Maybe it’s because they are green, maybe it’s because many consider them like an onion- but I think leeks are a very versatile veggie. From breakfast casseroles, to…

Heart-Warming Potato Soup

A piping-hot bowl of soup can chase away the chills on a cold winter day.  Here is my family’s recipe for Potato Soup that is fairly easy to make for a great weeknight meal that is both filling and delicious. Ham and potatoes is…

Winter Oxtail Stew

I know what you are thinking, “Oxtail…the tail of the ox?”  Yes, that’s correct- oxalis come from the steer’s tail. Now that I have your attention, Oxtail Stew is one of those childhood memories for me that take me back to the kitchen of…

Let It Snow…

It started Thursday evening….freezing rain, then sleet and by Saturday morning we had about 10 inches of powdery snow. Our family was happy to be “snowed in” together for 4 days! Caston (pictured) was trilled to miss school and play, play, play… Holiday baking…

Mushroom Barley Soup

I vowed that in 2013 I would incorporate lots of healthy nutritious foods into my family’s diet.  More whole grains, the least amount of processed foods as possible and many new recipes- and we’ve kept that promise thus far.  I try to think in…

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