NATIONAL HOMEMADE SOUP DAY – February 4th

February 4th heats up with National Homemade Soup Day. In every cuisine, soup provides a rich basis of flavor and history.  Before the era of modern transportation, soup was a product of regionally available foods. For this reason, there are thousands of soup recipes available today. Many soups also offer medicinal properties. What was once …
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Soups, Chowders, Stews, and Chili

Looking for a way to warm up? These soups are good year round but especially in winter. January is National Soup Month, as we also celebrate National Slow Cooker as well. From classic Chicken Noodle, to Vietnamese Pho, you’re sure to find a great distraction from winter woes. Chicken Noodle Minestrone Vegetable Beef Loaded potato …
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Coronavirus

Quarantines, job cuts, empty store shelves, no school for kids, it’s really unsettling to turn on the news. While this outlook is bleak there are ways to minimize the risks to you and your loved ones. There are lots of resources available for everything from government guidelines, economic and political matters, health precautions, and how …
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Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

With the fall season change, we get cooler temperatures and football.  We also get cold and flu season.  At some point in your life, I’ll bet you’ve heard chicken soup is the popular choice when a cold or flu comes home with you. Turns out there are health benefits to this comfort food that can …
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