Simon Pearce Vermont Cheddar Soup — Frugal Hausfrau

I’ve become a pretty big fan of Simon Pearce’s Restaurant and an even bigger fan of the Simon Pearce Vermont Cheddar Soup. And the weird thing is, I’ve never been to the Mill at Simon Pearce, the restaurant in Quechee, Vermont. And never had their Simon Pearce Vermont Cheddar Soup there, either. But no matter,… viaContinue reading “Simon Pearce Vermont Cheddar Soup — Frugal Hausfrau”

Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup Instant Pot/Stove Top — Frugal Hausfrau

So I was trying to think of the last time I made Soup. It was so long, I had to look it up! I made a White Chicken Chili that can be made in the Slow Cooker, Instant Pot or on the Stove in January, and it’s pretty soup-like but the last bone fide soup… viaContinue reading “Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup Instant Pot/Stove Top — Frugal Hausfrau”

Smoked Sausage & White Bean Soup – Instant Pot or Stove-top

Frugal Hausfrau It could very well be that I’m in denial! I am astonished each time it snows! I do live in Minnesota, but really? Snow twice last week and again the other day. But snow to me = soup, so soup it is. Again. 🙂 Smoked Sausage & White Bean Soup, Instant Pot orContinue reading “Smoked Sausage & White Bean Soup – Instant Pot or Stove-top”

Tomato noodle soup (Vegetarian)

Originally posted on Recipes by chefkreso:
Tomato soup always reminds me of my grandmother, as many other recipes do. She had a few signature dishes and as a kid I would spend my weekends over at her house where she would show me how to cook. Even if I didn’t ask I would always see…

Good Food Everyday

Lea Hogg Smoky Chicken, Roasted Tomato and Cabbage Soup Chicken breast marinated in paprika, cabbage at 50c per piece and tomatoes at Euro1 per kilo, this soup is a perfect all-in-one healthy and wholesome meal.You will need:1 chicken breast marinated overnight in a tablespoon of olive oil and a tablespoon of smoked paprika6 slices arrostoContinue reading “Good Food Everyday”

What Is In Season In August

August means summer and it is a good time to take advantage of all the great produce at the market. Tomatoes are tasting good now, lots of corn around, as well as eggplant, peaches and blueberries.… Source: What Is In Season In August

Black Bean Soup

Originally posted on Heathers' Fresh Cooking:
Black Bean Soup with Brown Rice and Cotija Cheese About 100 years ago (or so it seems), there was a fancy-dancy restaurant in Edmonton called The Carvery.  Basically, it was a steak house, but very upscale.   Anyone dining there could be assured of envious oooh and ahs from…

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