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Cuddles and Soup!

A flu hit our house recently, which meant that I needed to make some soup and in a hurry! I nearly always have beef bones, or a chicken carcass in the freezer, so mirepoix away and we were in business. 155 more words

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Homemade Cornbread Dressing

Years ago, I started making our holiday dressing from scratch, one of the best decisions I’ve ever made as far as our holiday menu each year.  1,306 more words

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Creole Mirepoix

I’m not sure I enjoy savoring anything more than the colorful look and the fragrant aroma of a nice Mirepoix (meer-PWAH).  My personal favorite is a creole variation with red bell pepper, and I also like equal parts celery and onion in mine. 159 more words

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THE 'SPAG BOL' DEBATE

Once the mainstay of the typical English 60s bachelor party, spaghetti bolognese can still be found on the menu at almost every Italian restaurant in the country. 1,751 more words

Market To Table

Spiced Chickpea Soup

For the first time in a couple of months, I’m not coughing. It’s amazing the difference that getting my asthma under control has made and last week, I finally shook off the cold of death, I’m not wheezing and I’m (as much as I ever do) getting enough sleep. 483 more words

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Spicy Pumpkin Soup: The best thing about Hallowe'en

I really dislike Hallowe’en. What used to be a fun, family time of year seems to have become a celebration of horror films for a a generation who shouldn’t be watching them. 431 more words

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Not all who wander are lost - Part IV

On the whole I like to have a plan. I feel happier when I know what I’m doing and where I’m going. But on our trip through France it’s been the things we haven’t planned that have provided some of the best moments. 1,498 more words

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