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The I Survived Arctic Weather Soup Dish – Along with a few million other people

My last two posts were about the weather, climate change and the Polar Vortex. Well,  I am here to tell you that I survived arctic conditions without even leaving the house. Yup. No lie. Continue reading

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Creamy Chicken and Mushroom Soup Recipe = Autumn is here!

It’s in the 50s today in the Northland. Rain for 5 days or more. Well it’s time for soup! This one is made with milk instead of cream. The addition of rice helps to thicken the soup. The recipe is … Continue reading

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Creamy Cauliflower Soup Recipe – Without the Cream

Cream soups are made with heavy cream and these soups are delicious and fun to make soups. However, for a soup enthusiast like me, cream is a no – no. When I watched John Besh make this cauliflower soup without the cream, I was really excited. Continue reading

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Authentic Red Beans and Rice Recipe Two Ways for 25 Below Zero Weather

Feeling tired from the last few days of brutal cold weather in the upper Midwest? Well, I am. My food muse was also tired of the steady diet of the same old thing. Standing in front of the fridge door open with a finger to my lips thinking, “Nope, nothing there to inspire dinner.” Continue reading

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Minnesota Farmers’ Markets Harvest Is In = Homemade Italian Tomato Sauce Recipe

I did speed shopping at the Farmers’ Market today! There are so many wonderful harvest time veggies and squash…where to begin. Continue reading

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