French Onion Soup is one of my favorite comfort foods! Who can resits all of that gooey, melted cheese kissed with the added flavor from a quick char under the broiler just before serving?
Soups & Stews
When you’re searching for comfort food, these Soups and Stews Recipes will hit the spot.
Lowcountry Shrimp Boil
This classic Lowcountry shrimp boil recipe is an easy way to prepare fresh shrimp and crawfish. It’s also a great way to feed a crowd. This mouthwatering one-pot meal is ready in less than 30 minutes!
Italian minestrone soup with pasta and beans
Italian minestrone soup with pasta and beans is hearty and delicious. So much so that my husband didn’t miss the meat at all in this soup. If you were so inclined, you could add some browned ground beef or tofu crumbles and have a delicious beef vegetable soup. This soup is bursting with flavor and ready in just 30-minutes!
Mexican Meatball Soup: Albondigas
This fragrant Mexican Meatball Soup, traditionally called Albondigas, is loaded with vegetables and full of flavor. It’s also ready in just 30-minutes.
How to Make a Traditional Irish Stew without Alcohol
This traditional Irish Stew is hearty and delicious. The lamb is so tender it practically melts in your mouth. Enjoy a bowl this St. Patrick’s Day – or anytime!
Easy Beef Pho (Faux Pho)
Pho (pronounced Fuh) is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, fresh herbs, and sliced meat. Although Pho is primarily served with either beef or chicken, variations also include shaved pork, charred pork belly, meatballs and poached eggs. Pho is one of my favorite go-to soups and …
Chicken, Shrimp and Andouille Sausage Gumbo
Authentic Louisiana Gumbo starts with a roux. Roux can be timely to prepare and difficult to perfect since it can burn easily but, in my opinion, is really worth the time and trouble.I found this recipe at Southern Living.com and adapted it to fit my needs. I made a semi-slimmed …
Cheeseburger Macaroni Soup
I will admit, when I heard about this easy cheeseburger macaroni soup I was more than a little skeptical. I knew my kids would love it but I was not sure that I would care too much for it. So after both my kids and my husband gave it rave reviews, I decided to give it a try although I dreaded raising my spoon for that first bite.