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    It was 104 degrees in Houston today, and the last thing I wanted to eat was anything warm...so this is what I came up with. My amounts are estimates and , really, you should feel free to change things up to taste. I consider this a jumping off point, but I think it is open to all sorts of seasonal substitutions. I hope you enjoy - this was the perfect refreshing dinner to a blistering day. Update: We added some leftover salmon and served everything over a bed of lettuce - completely worth it!

    Recipe #378978

    Today my husband said he was craving spinach dip, and this is what my mother and I came up with. Turned out very tasty...and SO quick.

    Recipe #327689

    My mom and I came up with this soup one afternoon when we realized that we still had some butternut squash left from earlier in the week. The poblano gives a very subtle heat. Everyone I know loves it. Even my fiance, who doesn't even like soup! I am not positive about the amounts of water/stock...it sort of depends what consistency you like. I like it fairly thick - probably more like a bisque than a true soup.

    Recipe #155270

    This is my family's take on a wonderful comfort food.

    Recipe #141796


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