If you haven’t tasted Acadian Chicken Fricot, you are missing out on some serious soup. So simple, so easy to prepare and so incredibly delicious. You’ll be slurping and smacking your lips in no time. Bonus: Homesteaders could easily make this recipe for free – or almost – using their own chicken and vegetables from […]
We enjoy this creamy chicken taco soup recipe a lot. It is quick and easy to make and tastes delicious. I made a pot of this the other day and Bub ate the entire pot (over the course of a few days) by himself.
For those who have followed my blog for any amount of time, you’ll know that I’m in love with historic recipes. I’m particularly fond of Mary Randolph’s The Virginia Housewife, namely because I am a Virginian Housewife. The Virginia Housewife is the first cookbook written and published in the US. Published in 1860, it was […]
Do you have a family recipe that has a completely random name? It seems like kids are especially good at coming up with hilarious names! This recipe for cabbage soup is a great example. My friend Kim is a very busy local caterer. She is the go-to caterer for local weddings, corporate events, and even […]
Yes, I am jumping on the bone broth band wagon. Not only does it have many amazing health benefits (its great for your gut, joints, immune system, energy, hair, skin, nails… and well, just do a Google search to find out more there), but it makes the most amazing tasting soups, pot pies, rice, and […]
I love Julia Childs. She’s my cooking hero. She’s way too much fun to watch on TV. But when it comes to her potato and leek soup recipe, “simmer the vegetables for 40 to 50 minutes until vegetables are tender”, ain’t nobody got time for that. I like quick, home-after-a-long-day of work recipe instead. I […]