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Three Sisters Soup (Beans, Corn and Squash Soup) with Crock Pot Option

Three Sisters Soup (Beans, Corn and Squash Soup) with Crock Pot Option by Salad Foodie

“Three Sisters” refers to the three main crops of Native Americans: beans, corn and squash. The crops are planted close together and in this way benefit from one another. Corn stalks provide the structure for beans to climb, beans provide nitrogen to…

7 votes
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Dad’s Tavern Chili

Dad’s Tavern Chili by Salad Foodie

As an adolescent I was commissioned by my dad to make a huge pot of chili for his tavern weekly, and I earned fifty cents a batch doing so! (This was before the era of food safety regulation and inspection - I just made it in our home kitchen!) Dad had taught me how to make his chili, and everyone agreed it was in a class of its…

3 votes
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Sweet Potato Bisque

Sweet Potato Bisque by Robyn Savoie

This soup gets its wonderfully creamy texture from pureed carrots and sweet potatoes rather than cream, a dairy product I discourage due to its high saturated-fat content.

2 votes
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Crock Pot Chicken Stew

Crock Pot Chicken Stew by Salad Foodie

The perfect Sunday evening supper, this basic stew is pure comfort fare! What I enjoy particularly are the ease of preparation, large chunks of chicken, and the light yummy gravy. Based on a recipe from Taste of Home Magazine, this recipe uses boneless skinless chicken thighs. I have used a meaty turkey thigh in place of chicken:…

3 votes
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Italian Wedding Soup with Turkey Meatballs

Italian Wedding Soup with Turkey Meatballs by Salad Foodie

Italian-American in origin, this soup was really misnamed. “Wedding soup” is a mistranslation of the Italian language for 'minestra maritata', a reference to the fact that greens and meat go well together. (Well that’s a good marriage isn’t it?) I looked at several recipes of this popular soup, selected aspects of a few, added some…

2 votes
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Chili con Carne - Stove Top or Crock Pot!

Chili con Carne - Stove Top or Crock Pot! by Salad Foodie

Hurray for fall and chili time! This makes a batch for about 5 adult servings, but there’s no such thing as having too much chili. You can freeze leftovers or just double the recipe and freeze the extra for busy week nights. I try to make a day ahead to deepen the flavors.

1 vote
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Pepper Squash Soup

Pepper Squash Soup by Micheline

This soup is creamy, velvety, tasty and could be served as an entrée for a special meal and occasion.

2 votes
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Lentil, Black Bean & Brown Rice Soup

Lentil, Black Bean & Brown Rice Soup by Salad Foodie

Hearty and healthy, this soup will satisfy your fall comfort food needs. I was inspired by a demo of lentil and brown rice soup by Chef Michael on Chef At Home, but he uses no recipes, just methods. When I took my turn in the kitchen to replicate it I went off on so many tangents, that this version bears little resemblance to his!…

2 votes
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Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili )

Ed's Chicago Cocoa Chili ( aka Chocolate Chili ) by Edward Heller

I like cooking and I love chili and chocolate, so if there was any way I could combine the three, I was gonna do it. So here is my quite excellent balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, which I hope you will enjoy as well. (This recipe has been on recipezaar-dot-com since 2002, where 50 people have posted reviews of my chili…

3 votes
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Texas Chili (without beans)

Texas Chili (without beans) by Stan Jenkins

This is a Texas style chili without beans. However, you can add any beans that you like. You can garnish with shredded cheese, diced onions or whole chili peppers.

2 votes
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Almost A Borscht Soup

Almost A Borscht Soup by Glenn

I wanted a hearty soup for lunch and had a left-over half head of boiled cabbage. What else could I do but go wild adding borschtish ingredients until I almost lost track. Bottom line, if you don't have an ingredient just leave it out or substitute something else. Have fun and be surprised, like I was, that this came out tasting…

3 votes
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Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Soup

Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Soup by Caryn Talty

This butternut squash and sweet potato soup is more savory and less sweet tasting. I love making butternut squash in the fall. I usually buy fresh butternut squash and dice it and leave it in the fridge. On the day I make my butternut squash and sweet potato soup this makes my prep time much faster. It is dairy, gluten and corn free,…

2 votes
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Zippy Tomato Soup

Zippy Tomato Soup by Sara Gray

Wow! When my mother-in-law, Margie, introduced me to her Zippy Tomato Soup, I became an instant convert! And that's saying a lot because up until then, I was not a big fan of the red soup. But that has changed and you'll see why when you try it too. You can use this soup as an appetizer or starter for any party or gathering.…

2 votes
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Moroccan Split Pea Soup

Moroccan Split Pea Soup by John Spottiswood

This is a delicious and beautiful recipe I adapted from one in Paula Wolfert's beautiful book "the food of morocco". The split pea soup has wonderful Moroccan flavors, and it gets a beautiful touch when you drizzle homemade pepper oil on top. This is a super easy trick which adds a nice kick to the already flavorful soup. It's…

3 votes
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chicken pot pie soup

chicken pot pie soup by sue

easy as 123a

1 vote
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