Pam’s Minestrone Soup

Some times you need a super hearty soup for dinner. Especially when your kitchen is in chaos of a remodel and you are relegated to cooking dinner for a family of six in a slow cooker. So you start to look at what you have on hand and what you can cream. The result isContinue reading “Pam’s Minestrone Soup”

Shrimp Corn Chowder

Corn chowder is a favorite of mine, because I can twist and change it to so many different flavor profiles. You have your base of broth, potato, corn and cream. Then can add in other veggies or proteins and different spices and flavors. For this Shrimp Corn Chowder, I added in paprika, thyme, shrimp andContinue reading “Shrimp Corn Chowder”

Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup

Colder weather always calls for soups – at least in our house. And we like all kinds of soups – creamy, brothy, beans, rice, pasta, veggies. I had some extra Italian sausage from a big Costco pack, so wanted to make a soup that used those up. Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup turned outContinue reading “Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup”

Mexican Corn Chowder

The days are shorter and colder around here – which means soup for dinner ups from once in a while to a few nights a week. That means I have to get a little more creative with the types of soups I am making. My family likes chowders of all kinds. Chowders are defined asContinue reading “Mexican Corn Chowder”

Ginger Ramen

If you need a very simple to make dinner – this is it! Ginger Ramen is so simple but so full of flavor. The combination of just a few ingredients meshes so well – your family is going to think it took you all day to make. This is the perfect soup to make afterContinue reading “Ginger Ramen”

Simple Dumpling Soup

Whenever we order Dim Sum in my house, I always have to get extra dumpling soup. Some places might call it wonton soup – but either way, it’s an absolute favorite for my fam. What I like is that you can make it a bunch of different ways, using different broth flavors, different dumpling fillings,Continue reading “Simple Dumpling Soup”

Spicy Tomato Soup

This deliciously simple soup is inspired by the dishes “Eggs in Purgatory” and the more traditional Shakshuka. I wanted to bring in the smoky flavors of cumin and paprika to a tomato soup – to really give it some pep! And the perfectly poached eggs give it a great richness. This Spicy Tomato Soup isContinue reading “Spicy Tomato Soup”

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