Since we had an overabundance of spaghetti squash in our garden this year, I’ve been trying to come up with new recipe ideas that will utilize this delicious and flavorful winter squash. Since spaghetti squash is widely available in most markets this time of year, so if you don’t grow your own, I urge you to pick a few up at the market and make this soup.
Soups & Stews
My husband’s least favorite vegetable are peas, so it was my quest to make a split pea soup that even he would enjoy. Personal challenge accepted. Game on!
There are always so many new recipes that I want to make and share with you here on my blog. Believe me, the list is very long. Because of that, I rarely go back through my own recipe archives to remake something I’ve already shared with you. Until now.
Creamy Roasted Celery Soup is perfect for these frozen winter days. Roasting the celery and vegetables before blending gives this […]
Thick, hearty and delicious! This Roasted Sweet Potato and Wild Rice Chowder will warm your soul and tickle your taste […]
Creamed Roasted Vegetable Soup is prepared with roasted broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and onion. This creamed soup is completely hearty, […]
I came up with my version of Meatless Kudos Tuscan Pasta Soup one night while I was looking through my cabinets and pantry deciding what to make for dinner. The result was this deeply rich and hearty soup that went together quickly, but tasted like it had simmered on the stove top all day.
Peanut butter and pumpkin take center stage in this deliciously rich and flavorful fall stew. I’ve added chicken for my […]
Personally, I tend to enjoy a stew a little bit more than a soup. I think it’s because, with a […]
Slow Cooker foods are what we’re all talking about in this weeks edition of #SundaySupper. If you haven’t jumped aboard […]