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    Soups and Stews

    If it's winter, it must be soup and stew season. We eat a lot of these in our house once the temperature drops.
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    From: "Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way" by Lorna Sass. "Picadillo, a zesty ground beef stew of Spanish orgin, was welcomed enthusiastically into the kitchens of many Caribbean and Latin American cooks during the Colonial period. Variations abound, but I favor the ones that achieve a balance of sweet and salty by including raisins and pimento-stuffed olives. Though picadillo is traditionally served over rice, by mixing high-protein quinoa right into the stew, you can go easy on the meat and still have a very satisfying meal."

    Recipe #256268

    The traditional Russian beetroot soup. Since there is a whole bird in the soup, it is most practical to make a large batch. Leftovers can be frozen. It takes a while to make, but is quite inexpensive, and of course - delicious made the right way. This way.

    Recipe #242300

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    How pretty is this? Give as a gift, share comfort food or give to someone going on a camping trip!!!! Starting the New Year with Herbs and Grains! This brings much luck and never to go hungry and always wanting to share with those in need or want. I make 12 pint jars and give for Christmas gifts. Oh So So so perrrfect for the cold weather to come......................

    Recipe #201351

    This if from the WW site, and I've added a few ingredients, which don't change the point value, which is 4 per serving. If you aren't on a diet, this is still really good. The pureed beans make the stew very hearty.

    Recipe #206067

    This recipe was originally posted by Zenith, who is no longer active at Zaar. She was a wonderful chef, however, so when her recipes went up for adoption I grabbed as many as I could. This is one that had been in my cookbook for months and months, and I still haven't gotten around to trying it. She is greatly missed! Here's what she had to say about this recipe: "A quick and easy vegetarian meal, perfect when served over couscous."

    Recipe #54602

    I made this last night and it was great! Very simple and very good for you. I tasted it before adding the lemon juice and I think that I liked it better without, but the recipe (from a nutrition book - Becoming Vegetarian) called for it, so I've included it below. I added some cooked tomatoes at the same time as the yams. I used 2 very rounded teaspoons of some Chinese Chili Garlic sauce I had in the fridge. I ate it with a dolop of yogurt. Nothing else needed, it's a complete meal. My boyfriend ate it with Pita though. I can't wait for the leftovers tonight :-)

    Recipe #212625

    This is a delicious "concoction" that I accidentally stumbled upon while making fresh green beans this past summer. It has just about every thing in it for a complete meal. Just add biscuits, garlic toast, or whatever.

    Recipe #207804

    I seen this while surfing various blogs - this one came from http://www.kymmco.com/

    Recipe #207819

    This recipe is especially good if you were raised in the south and like okra!

    Recipe #46625

    This is a soup my mother fixed often when I was a child. It's not easy to find oxtails but the search is definitely worth it. I had a friend once who bought a side of beef and was going to throw away the tail. I snatched them out of her hand and hugging them to my chest, ran home and made oxtail soup. I brought her a bowl and after much hesitation she tried it. That was the last time she gave me these choice bones.

    Recipe #94718

    This was published in a Fine Cooking magazine a couple of years ago. I was so excited to have found a relatively easy yet very flavorful noodle soup for my family. My husband (the ultimate food critic) loves this and doesn't mind eating it for days. He says it reminds him of when he was in Taiwan. High praise, indeed! Packaged stewing beef is often made up of irregularly shaped pieces from different cuts, so I cut my own stew meat using a boneless chuck roast or two 3/4 inch thick chuck steaks.

    Recipe #133034

    This spicy hearty soup is delicious! Quick enough to whip up for lunch. Good starter too.

    Recipe #144466

    This is a recipe my hubby has fallen in love with and recreated the next day at home. He requested I post it and I must admit, it is very good soup and I’m not a fan of spicy foods but this was fantastic. In his words....“Friday I went to Phillpots, which is a small takeaway "lunch bar". I love their soup and went for the sweet potato, chili and chicken soup. It was so damn good that whilst we were at the supermarket on Saturday, I thought would try to make it. So, I used the obvious ingredients and added a little salt, pepper and cream and voila. It was near on a perfect match! Not only was it good, it's SOOOOOO easy to make, so hope you give it a go. You wont be disappointed ;)”

    Recipe #152919

    This is a family favorite. It could be made with either meat, chicken fillet or whole disjointed chicken pieces. It's best to use baby okra, they don't go slimy in a hurry.

    Recipe #108756

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Great mixed bean soup with ham. You can sub a pound of any mixed beans along with the quarter pound of split peas in the recipe. It will all be fine. Stick to your ribs home cooking!

    Recipe #83415

    Bacon is the key ingredient in this savory combination of lima beans, corn, and tomatoes. I used a crockpot but it could easily be adapted to the stovetop.

    Recipe #95449

    2 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A slow cooked hearty dinner soup. Lovely to come home to on a cold winter's day. You can prepare the ingredients the night before if you wish.

    Recipe #79866

    Adapted from Steve Perlstein of the Irish American Heritage Center. I use Guinness Stout in this recipe.

    Recipe #113350

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    Just lovely served with pilot crackers or hardtack (recipe #143900). From the the New England chapter of the US Regional Cookbook, Chicago Culinary Arts Institute, 1947

    Recipe #143368

    This is my son's favorite soup. He thinks it tastes just like Olive Gardens. Never any leftovers with this soup. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.

    Recipe #108721

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