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Your New Favorite Taco Soup

When the fall and winter months roll around, people inevitably start searching our blog archives for the same things. Obviously pumpkin, pumpkin and more pumpkin, but also butternut squash and apple recipes. But you know what else we know you’re going crazy for? Soup. With the advent of sweater weather, you—just like us—yearn for hearty, warm pots of soup, including taco soup, simmering away on the stove. There’s something about it that’s just as comforting for the soul as it is for your taste buds. In fact, a good soup is often my go-to when I take dinner to a friend or neighbor. It’s so easy to turn it into a meal by pairing it with a simple salad and a good loaf of bread. Continue reading

A Warm & Hearty Mealtime Favorite: Cheesy Three-Bean Chili

Just like that, the holidays have come and gone. My family and I had such a wonderful time this holiday season. We were able to get together more than we have in years past. We even got to go on our annual snow and ski vacation. Since we live in Florida, snow is a treat for us. We spend almost the entire vacation playing in the snow, from early morning until late in the evening. We ski, sled, tube and of course, have snowball fights! Continue reading

An Amazing Way to Get Back on Track: Vegetable-Packed White Bean & Greens Soup

The holiday cheer is over. We’ve celebrated the season, raised our glasses of nog and rung in the New Year with gusto. Now that January is here, it’s time to get my eating habits back on track. For this I turn to flavorful, vegetable-packed soup recipes, which is something my mother always loved making. Continue reading

How to Make Bone Broth: The Easiest Way to Reinvent Thanksgiving Leftovers

Don’t throw away those turkey bones! The buzz on the internet about bone broth is nearly deafening these days. “What’s the big deal about it?” you may wonder. Well, let me tell you: IT’S DELICIOUS. I’m not a big fan of extreme foodie trends, but I’m totally on board with this one because it’s super easy. While it takes a lot of time, it’s really not a lot of work. Plus, it’s a way to use every part of the Thanksgiving turkey. Continue reading

A Simple Slow-Cooker Thanksgiving Soup

As we make our way into fall, meal planning for the holidays is the current topic of conversation. One of my favorite holidays has always been Thanksgiving because it brings family and friends together around one table with delicious food. Thanksgiving is a special, important time for our family. We like to start the day with a turkey trot. Then we head home and start baking and cooking. We tend to make certain foods every year but love adding a few new dishes to try as well. Continue reading