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Herbed Drop Dumplings

Dumplings are reminiscent of Sunday dinners with grandma.  But they are incredibly easy, usually fat free and dress up your favorite soup in a matter of minutes.  Why don’t we make dumplings any more?   You can add your favorite herb blend to complement the type of soup you are making.  Fresh chopped chives are a favorite option.  Make some today.  Your grandmother will be… Read more »

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Chicken Stew with Dumplings

Nothing says home like a simmering pot of chicken stew. Fluffy herbed dumplings soak up a scrumptious broth that draws its flavor from a classic mirepoix. Use your food processor to make the fine dicing go faster. Tender chicken, perfect potatoes and sweet peas give this stew a luscious appeal that will make it a… Read more »

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Chicken Stew with Dumplings

Pork and Pumpkin Chili with Greens

Love chili but bored of the same old, same old? Feeling adventuresome? Pair this chili up with cornbread and enjoy the discovery that healthy eating doesn’t need to be bland. Tip: If you can’t find mustard greens, and sturdy, dark green will work. Try collards or chard or spinach instead.

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Pork and Pumpkin Chili with Greens

Curried Squash and Apple Bisque with Leek

This recipe yields approximately 1 ½ quarts of soup, and it’s very flexible. If you don’t have squash, carrots make an excellent substitute. Apple is optional.  The refined version below calls for straining the soup and finishing it with heavy cream, though for day-to-day use, I recommend skipping both, upping the fiber content, lowering the… Read more »

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Curried Squash and Apple Bisque with Leek

Fresh Tomato Soup

The flavor from fresh spices and vegetables creates a soup that needs no salt to be utterly delicious. If blending doesn’t make the soup creamy enough for your preferences, push through a fine mesh sieve to pull out the larger chunks.

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Fresh Tomato Soup

One Pot Ratatouille

Ratatouille freezes well, and most would agree that it’s even better as leftovers than it is fresh. For a delightful treat, serve with good crusty, whole-grain bread spread with just a touch of herbed goat cheese.

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One Pot Ratatouille