Tag Archives: soup/stew/chili

Vegetable Soup

I’m always looking to expand my repertoire of soups. There’s nothing better in fall and winter than a bowl of warm, comforting soup. I like meat based soups and chilis and stews better than veggie based ones, but sometimes I’m … Continue reading

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Chicken Noodle Soup

It’s been a bitterly cold winter here. And even though it’s March, it doesn’t feel like spring will ever come. In fact, we’re being promised another snow storm this week. I’ve had it with winter. I’ve had it with the … Continue reading

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Lemon Chicken Soup with Rice

It’s been the kind of week at the Yellow House on the Corner where comfort food became a must.  Hubby sick, migraine for me, a snowstorm that dropped two freaking feet of snow in my yard, and a child who … Continue reading

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Beef and Mushroom Noodle Soup

I totally wish I had made this recipe sooner because I would have eaten it all winter if I had.  Now, it’s coming up on spring (and it’s been a warm one so far), so I think this might be … Continue reading

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Turkey and Black Bean Chili

You would think that in March, it would be safe to make hearty soups and stews and chili still.  It was 70 freaking degrees the other day!  But that’s okay.  I think sometimes you just need to eat chili, especially … Continue reading

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Onion Soup

Honestly, I totally forgot Lent started this week.  My sister called me on Wednesday, when I totally planned to have leftover chicken paprikash, to remind me it was Ash Wednesday.  We did a whole routine of, “Really?  Sh*t.  I totally … Continue reading

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Chicken Paprikash

My maternal grandmother died before I was born.  From all accounts, she was a pretty interesting person.  She was from a very upper class Hungarian family, studying in the US before WWII when she met my Italian-American grandfather.  They got … Continue reading

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