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    The other day, I had a hard time trying to get out of my wife what she may like for dinner. I had gone to the store to get ingredients to make a boring yet delicious butternut squash soup, but decided that I didn't want to make it. As I sat in my car in the parking lot of our local grocery store, I had remembered weeks earlier about my wife saying something about a tortilla soup that she had tried a while ago. I myself have tried the soup, but having already left the house, I had no way of looking up another recipe. After a few more minutes of thinking, I went into the store, bought a bunch of ingredients, came home and started cooking. What follows is the result. I hope you enjoy it as we did, just two nights ago.

    Recipe #394971

    Well, I don't know about everyone else, but in the Midwest, the winters get cold. Nothing to me can really warm you up like some hot and spicy chili. There are so many chili recipes out there, and to me a lot of them are far out-dated. I like to push the envelope a little bit, change things up, give you both something that is pleasing to the taste, but pleasing to the eyes and hot a diverse spectrum of colors. I have only made this recipe for family and close friends. I hope that you enoy eating this chili as much I had both creating it and eating it.

    Recipe #277511

    When I was younger, I used to go to Ruby Tuesday with my family. I remember that my mother used to always order french onion soup. I remember it being served in a crock. Later while in Chicago, I has the soup again at an upscale French restaurant. This is my spin on the tried and true recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #276969

    Coming from Wisconsin, I am well aware of the tradition of consuming beer and eating cheese. Why not combine these together? There are other recipes out there, but if you are throwing a Super Bowl party, or a pay per view party for the guys, this one is sure to please, and impress. After prepared, I suggest, for plating purposes, placing more shredded cheese on top of each bowl when serving.

    Recipe #276224


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