Posts in Soups & Salads
5 Salad Recipes You Should Try

Salads differ from type and preferences of an individual. There are many different types of salads that you can make. During the summer, many people like to eat salad as a way to keep a healthy and balanced diet. It is good to enjoy salads during the summer because they are easy to make and they can also be good to accompany your main dishes.

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World Class Chili: A Swanson Recipe

It’s winter time again! That means it's time to wear warm things, sip warm drinks and eat warm food; long john tops and bottoms, hot cocoa, and chili, who doesn't love chili? Those who don't probably haven't found the right recipe yet, but will soon enough proclaim their undying love. Those who do will swear by this new recipe until the day they die.

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Easy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

There's really nothing like a bowl of warm chicken noodle soup when the weather grows cold, and noses get stuffy. This recipe is one that's been passed down through my family for generations, each new iteration learning from and improving upon the last. It is the perfect meal to make for sick loved ones and is great for those times when you want to make something from scratch without having to work too hard.

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Cooking with the Non-cook: Vegetable Beef Soup

I never realized how bad of a cook I was before I met my fiancé. She strongly considered culinary school before entering college as a business major. I was an expert on the three-course meal of Hot Pockets, beer, and Taco Bell. Have to love college right? However, after watching her cook things I paid cooks at fast and casual restaurants to make me, I realized I wanted to learn how to cook. She is a very patient teacher because I still am a far cry from perfecting my culinary skills. However, in this new weekly article, I will take my cooking acumen to new heights one dish at a time. Isn’t acumen also a spice? I have some serious work to do.

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