This is a bean soup mix and spice mix that you can make ahead and keep sealed in containers to pull out for a easy bean soup recipe. You’ll find instructions for the bean mixture and the spice recipe in this post. Nothing better on a cold snowy or rainy day than this soup.
Archives for October 2009
Mushroom and Spinach Eggs Benedict Recipe. A creamy delicious take on traditional Eggs Benedict. Let’s take a look. The very generous and food blogger friendly folks over at Marx Foods sent me samples of dried mushrooms. The shipment included several exotic types that I’ve never heard of and some that I have. I can’t wait to try them all. Just
A Visit to Nick’s Italian Cafe in McMinneville, Oregon means a taste of Oregon Wine Country at it’s finest. And a chance to slurp Nick’s famous Minestrone Soup Recipe with Pesto. Hands down the best minestrone I’ve ever had. I guess I didn’t take a picture. Let’s take a look at our visit. Nick’s Italian Cafe is just
This is one of my favorite, easy, middle of the week meals. I love lemon, love capers, I love chicken and especially when it’s breaded and tenderly melt in your mouth sauteed. Let’s take a look at this Chicken Piccata Recipe.
Maple Syrup and Candied Pecan Ice Cream. Wonderful flavors.
Manor Vail Lodge and Resort in Vail Colorado has shared their brined slow oven cooked pork shoulder roast recipe. Seared and roasted until savory and delicious, this is the most melt in your mouth, tender, remarkable tasting pulled pork recipe. And it makes a mean slider sandwich. A couple of weekends ago we attended Connor’s
White fish, shrimp, bell peppers and tomatoes swimming in a broth of coconut milk and seasoned with lively island spices and finished with lime makes for a delicious seafood stew. A lively change in our traditional stew recipes.
Rick Bayless Chicken Enchiladas Recipe. Roasting fresh tomatoes and peppers and topped with a tomato cream sauce and baked until bubbly, this is our favorite enchilada recipe.
Russian cabbage and beet soup recipe. A sweet and sour cabbage, tomato, vegetable, potato and beet soup. And finished with a dollop of sour cream, we loved this. Hearty and flavor packed.
An old recipe from a church cookbook for Sloppy Joes for a crowd. This is a great recipe to keep on hand in case you’ve invited 58 friends over for dinner, or if you’re the Osmonds and have 58 of your great grandchildren over for lunch (hey, I–am–not–making–that–up, it was on Oprah on Friday). Or if you’re