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This isn’t quite a non-recipe, in the sense that you can pretty much substitute anything you want in any quantity and it’ll still turn out basically the same. But it is a highly negotiable one, with a lot of options … Continue reading
… that’s really more of a stew than a soup. Actually, it’s more of a casserole, except that it’s not baked, in that it could almost be eaten with a fork. In fact, in the original recipe, it called for … Continue reading
Posole is a staple in these parts. Mexican soup. And like chicken noodle or any other soup, it has a million variations. You need hominy, probably pork but chicken isn’t verboten, a clearish non-tomato-y but still thick broth but tomatoes … Continue reading
Everyone’s sick here… head colds, coughs, runny noses. So it looks as though we’ll be spending this sunny day in bed or on the couch. Fortunately, I made a quick and easy tomato soup (with grilled cheese on the side, … Continue reading
There aren’t very many stew days left in the year, but even if Mr Summer is breathing down Mr Winter’s neck, you can always break this one out for St Paddy’s Day, if nothing else. It takes a good hour … Continue reading