For my last post, I presented a recipe for “French Peasant Bread” and mentioned how wonderful this bread was to accompany soup. I teased you with an upcoming potato soup and decided to continue my peasant theme.
Just waiting for the soup.
Growing up we had some go-to quick suppers that my . . . → Read More: Okie Peasant Potato Soup
Oyster Stew, Saffron Chicken, and Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries….The perfect Valentine’s Meal. Join us for our most recent cooking adventure as we attend an OKFoodie live taping. . . . → Read More: A Happy Valentine’s Day Present
A number of years ago, I was a finalist in a Cooking Light cook-off. This was back when I was OCD about entering recipe contests. I have refocused that obsession to this blog now and I haven’t entered a contest in quite a while. I think my last winner was in 2011.
Anyhoo—one . . . → Read More: Rosemary-Pumpkin Soup with Pancetta
Where else can you read about Steampunks, a Bible tale, and a delicious lentil soup? Here by golly. Intriqued? Keep reading for an explanation. . . . → Read More: Esau’s Pottage
I have tons of frozen pumpkin puree in the freezer. You see, I love buying pumpkins for holiday decorations. I get my money’s worth because I buy for Halloween, leave the pumpkins on the front steps for Thanksgiving, and then they finally meet their demise in a hot oven as they roast. . . . → Read More: Pumpkin-Tomato Soup with Beans and Chickpeas
Whew! The holidays are over and I am taking time out of my OCD Recipes Revisited mania for this month’s Secret Recipe Club post. SRC is a great group of bloggers directed by some even more spectacular blogger-hosts (Jane, Sarah, Suzanne, and the fabulous Group C host, Debbi.)
To get more info on . . . → Read More: January SRC: Roasted Beet, Carrot and Garlic Cream Soup
I adapted this recipe from A Table in Tuscany by Leslie Forbes. I bought this cookbook on the bargain rack at a local bookstore MANY years ago. I think I actually bought two and gave one to my best friend as a gift. (We both dream about traveling and/or living in Tuscany one day!)
I . . . → Read More: More OCD Revisited: Pappa al Pomodoro
As I was looking over my list of winning recipes, I was struck by a couple of things.
I used a lot of prepackaged and processed foods for these contests. Basically because these prepackaged and processed food companies were sponsors.
Here’s a list of a few winners that were sponsored by food companies.
Texas . . . → Read More: OCD Recipes Revisited: Country French Soup
I’m dreaming of a white chili…..Just like the ones I used to know.
Every once in a while, our local paper will publish cherished recipes from long ago closed restaurants. St. Michael’s Alley white chili must have been a much loved favorite because it is featured quite often. I made this same recipe about five . . . → Read More: I’m dreaming of a white chili.
Have you noticed the pumpkin recipes I have been posting lately. I am in good company as I lurk around the internet (and Pinterest). There are a LOT of great pumpkin recipes out there.
That must mean one thing….Halloween is almost here and Thanksgiving will follow close behind.
We have had fewer and fewer Trick-or-Treaters . . . → Read More: Spicy Pumpkin Soup