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Bubbly Beer Cheese Soup from London Book

Maralyn’s Castello Cheese recipes remind me of a favorite bubbly cheese soup that I enjoy, even in July. Of course, this recipe includes beer to imbibe while stirring the cheese. The Hill team enjoys cheese in every way any month of the year. This soup reminds us of our luxurious food tasting journey to...

White Chicken Chili From Bushe’s

We always enjoy chili. I first had white chicken chili about ten years ago. This recipe sounds close to what we’ve experienced. I found it at the Bush’s Beans website. White Chicken Chili Prep: 10 Minutes Cook: 20 Minutes Total:30 Minutes  Ingredients: 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, finely chopped...

Squash Apple Soup Recipe From Rancho La Puerta

I’ve been a guest at Rancho La Puerta two times with Brenda. The first was as press and workshop presenters and last year as presenters. Brenda discovered it first. She raved about how great it was, and I agree 100%. I believe their repeat rate is approximately 70%. Besides all the wonderful activities, the...

Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

I make a butternut squash Thai soup that also has apples, but this one sounded very good and not quite as spicy. The source of the recipe is the Calphalon Team. They have a nice assortment of recipes that I would encourage you to try. Curried Butternut Squash and Apple Soup (Serves 4) Ingredients: ½ c....

BAKED POTATO SOUP

This cream potato soup comes from Simplot Foods and serves nine. I like to make up soups in the winter and freeze some for individual servings. I would probably substitute the milk for a light milk, but it certainly would not be as creamy.   Creamy potato soup with bacon, cheddar cheese and chives...

Chili and Corn Puddin’ From The Horse Stamp Inn

Fall Chili with Corn Puddin’ is the easiest and most requested dish from Kris Hutcheson’s family recipes. Horse Stamp Inn owner with husband Tom, she prepares her dish from scratch for family and friends who often stop into the Inn during the beautiful coastal Georgia Fall season.  She proclaims that it’s...

Fresh Corn Soup from What’s Cookin

Photo by Romulo Yanes, Gourmet This simple seasonal soup depends on a single farm-fresh ingredient: corn. Its essence is captured in this purist’s purée. Simmer corn with salt in the water, covered, 20 minutes, or until very tender. Purée soup in batches in a blender until very smooth (use caution when...

Green Lentil Chowder with Smoked Apple-Wood Bacon From Waterside Restaurant

Now that fall has arrived, everyone yearns for a dish to warm them up in the impending colder months.Waterside Restaurant,a member of The Mango Bay Hotel Group, provides the perfect solution for those cool Autumn days – a mouth-watering, hearty chowder. Waterside Restaurant consistently entices Barbados...

Execuitive Chef Bryan Dame Shares His Classic New England Clam Chowder and Grandfather’s Clam Fritters

As the Kennepunkpoort Festival 2012 is getting closer and closer, we are becoming more excited about experiencing so many outstanding events. My interview and  bio for Executive Chef Bryan Dame was featured on CityRoom. He was nice enough to send his New England Clam Chowder and grandfather’s Clam Fritters...

Chef Pierre Gignac of 98 Provence With Recipe for Fisherman’s Soup

As most of you realize by now, I will be attending the Kennepunkport Festival 2012 and quite excited about the event. I’m featuring profiles of the chefs who will be cooking at the Art of Dining Dinners as well as one of their favorite recipes. Born in Montréal, Canada, Pierre graduated from the Institut...

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