A hearty bowl of soup nourishes body and soul, especially in Maine during January. This Vegetable and Brown Rice soup is a winter staple in our house, it comes together with basic pantry ingredients and can be served as prepared or enhanced as you wish. After I took some beauty shots of this soup, I […]
Start the New Year out right with Hoppin’ John. If you are going to be up late to ring in the new year, stir everything into the slow cooker before you go to bed and wake up to a warm, hearty breakfast of black eyed peas which legend has it, will lead to prosperity.
Warm up with this easy chili. Even meat lovers will be happy with this spicy, vegetarian version.
Using up leftover ham and making use of that bag of dried beans you may have bought ages ago are great ideas right now! It’s still rainy and pretty chilly here in Maine, so this Easy Ham and Navy Bean soup is on the menu despite it being springtime….
This classic vegetarian chili is accented with smoky, sweet, roasted red peppers and topped with a vibrant avocado salsa. Cook this on a workday—it’ll be just fine if you’re late getting home.
This is such a pretty (and healthy) stew. Cut the potatoes, carrots, zucchini and sausage roughly the same size for the most attractive presentation. No worries if you don’t have a crowd to feed—leftover soup makes a wonderful brown bag lunch.
We adore stuffed cabbage, but when time is short, this is our go-to recipe. It’s got everything we like about stuffed cabbage, without the fuss.
With most of our neighborhood trees looking quite bare, winter seems much more imminent. A steaming, satisfying bowl of chowder will certainly warm spirits and bellies alike.
Baby it’s getting cold outside and there is a big, giant storm en-route. These weather indicators mean that it is time for soups, stews, chowders and chilis.