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Category Archive for 'Soup & Stew'

Ham & Potato Soup is calling to you. Well, actually it might be calling to the ham bone that you hopefully have leftover from Easter. There’s nothing better for making a few simple ingredients really sing than a good, flavorful, meaty ham bone. Jim used to get a gift box from Honeybaked Ham at work […]

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Cream of Chicken & Wild Rice Soup. Otherwise known as The State Soup of Minnesota! Do they have things like State Soups as we do State Songs and State Birds? If not, we should. I’ve already decided that Beer Cheese Soup is the official State Soup of Wisconsin. Since both the recipe for Steak Soup and I hail from […]

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Pozole Rojo – Mexican Pork Stew. Hello, my name is Claudia and I’m a pozole addict. Seriously. I love this dish. As promised on Monday when our little impromptu Pozole Festival began with the awesome Pozole Verde, or green pozole made with turkey, Pozole Rojo is the red, pork filled variety. The deep red color comes from […]

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Pozole Verde! Mexican Stew with turkey or chicken and SO many other good things! It’s Pozole Week here at Idiot’s Kitchen! I bet you didn’t know you needed to celebrate Pozole Week, but trust me when I tell you that you do. Pozole is a wonderful Mexican soup/stew usually made with pork and always made […]

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Old Fashioned Beef Stew! Just like grandma used to make. Actually, just like mom and dad still make since they sent me the recipe. Even though it is decidedly NOT fall here in Florida, for some reason when October hits, I still crave traditional fall foods. Last night it was stew and apple crisp. This […]

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Corn & Bacon Chowder might be the perfect soup to transition from summer to fall. Perfect because late season corn on the cob is still available in the stores and farmer’s markets. Also perfect because even though it isn’t vegetarian (hello, bacon!) being vegetable based makes this a bit lighter than the hearty soups of […]

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Watermelon Gazpacho! Yes, you read that correctly. Watermelon. In Gazpacho. Awesome! If this doesn’t scream SUMMER, I don’t know what does. My husband often takes his lunch to work and when he brought this out the other day, his co-workers were all, “watermelon what?” If you need some convincing, let me just tell you that […]

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Mushroom Bourguignon! Because why should the meat eaters get to have all the fun? By now everyone has probably seen some form of Boeuf (Beef) Bourguignon through the many Julia Child books or movies. I love it. Basically it is beef simmered in red wine, mushrooms, pearl onions, and other good things. It’s delicious. It […]

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You probably already know how much I love Italian Sausage. It’s my #1, go to comfort food. So it’s not surprising that this is one of my favorite soup recipes. It’s similar to two other soups that I make – Tuscan Bean Soup and Italian Wedding Soup, but since chunks of rich, savory Italian Sausage replace […]

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Roasted Poblano Chicken Soup is officially my new favorite soup. I think I personally ate all the leftovers and that NEVER happens in our house. This fantastic recipe comes from my friend Nikolay who is an amazing clarinetist and cook. Funny how those two things seem to go together amongst my friends.  He stayed at […]

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