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comfort food

Potato, Red Pepper & Sausage Roast

I love to have this for brunch, or even lunch.  It’s got tremendous flavor with so little ingredients.   SIZE: 6 servings INGREDIENTS:  1 3/4 lbs small red potatoes, cut into 1″ pieces 2 large red bell peppers, seeded, cut into 1″ pieces (or yellow peppers) 1 large fennel bulb, trimmed, cut into 1″ pieces 1 tbsp […]

Moroccan-Inspired Lamb & Chickpea Stew

Here’s a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs, all-in-one meal to warm you up. 

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon, beef Burgundy, beef stew… whatever you may call it, who doesn’t love a steamy bowl filled with it on a chilly night?  This hearty version is full of wholesome veggies and loads of burgundy.

Vegetarian Chili For Those Cold, Winter Nights!

Living with a vegetarian certainly has its challenges, but I must admit living with him has definitely allowed me to expand my palate. I have always been wary of meat substitutes but I think the Morning Star Crumbles have me fooled. I made this vegetarian chilli recently, and I must admit, it was mighty tasty. […]

The Secret to Mexican Hot Chocolate

My friend Mary’s daughter-in-law, Rebecca, is from Mexico. Rebecca also happens to be a dear friend. Over the holidays, Mary invited us over for cookies and hot chocolate. It was the most delicious, thick hot chocolate I’ve ever had. Something was different about it. Turns out she uses Nestle Chocolate Abuelita®. Next time you want to warm up, give it a […]

Jen’s Buffalo Blue Chicken Chili

I love this recipe because my kids still get the buffalo wing flavor but there are so many veggies and beans in it that it is really more nutritious. I sneak beans into a lot of what my kids eat. Loaded with vitamins and fiber, it almost cancels out...

Savory Sausage Stew

I love making this stew for it’s aroma alone.  It’s an edible potpourri of nutritious root vegetables, savory sausage and fresh herbs.   A dish that slowly works it’s scent throughout the house enticing it’s victims down to...

Potatoes w/Bacon & Onion

Potatoes boiled in chicken broth and seasonings raises the stock of your average tuber.  Throw it into caramelized onions and bacon, and now you are talking crazy tantalizing taters.

Smokin’ Jambalaya: If We Can Do It, So Can You

Watch Emily and Amy prepare an easy jambalaya. This is a great meal for any time of year and your family will love it!

Tammy’s 9-15 Bean Soup wo 5/25 (recipe)

Yes it's good for you but it's oh so yummy and satisfying.

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