The First Cool October Day = A Bowl of Hearty Italian Soup

October is one of my most favorite months but it’s also one of my busiest. Work is at its peak busy time and we are all running about like crazy getting fundraiser products delivered to the schools. While every weekend is packed with family events, football games, golf tournaments, and fall parties. Needless to say […]

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Chicken Noodle Soup and Cheesy Buttermilk Biscuits

  It’s September in Texas and it’s still REALLY hot outside, although that isn’t unusual for Texas…. Despite the fact that it’s 100+ degrees outside after a long day at work I still can always find comfort at the bottom of a bowl of Chicken Noodle Soup, served with a side of Cheesy Biscuits. Yes […]

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Chicken and Rice Casserole with 3 Homemade Condensed Soups

I really worry sometimes that we have become too reliant on processed food products. I truly think that processed food started out with the best intentions and good quality, but sadly over the years they have become so chemically modified that it hardly resembles the product it once was. For the past few years I […]

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When French du Puy Lentils Find Themselves In A Texas Kitchen…..

The past few days here in Texas it has been chilly, rainy and absolutely wonderful. In fact it was so cold yesterday that we set a record low, high temperature and there is a good chance we will do the same again today. I even heard the weatherman use the word Polar Vortex today!?!? Is […]

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Garden Vegetable Soup and Memories….

I have often mentioned my grandparents  (aka Papa and Mayme) and talked about their garden. As a child Mayme and Papa would take care of me during the daytime while my parent were at work. My Mom would usually drop me off at their house around 7:45 in the mornings and I would run straight […]

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Mel’s “Fall Round-Up” Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Soup

Yesterday was a cool, dark and slightly stormy day here in North Texas. Well when I say “cool” that’s a relative term, it was probably around 80 degrees. But that’s cool for Texas in Mid-June. Needless to say the rain left me craving a warm comforting bowl of soup, and I had one bowl soup on […]

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