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Tropical Fusion Salad – Readers’ Recipes, May 2011

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This month, I am happy to share this salad recipe from a fellow Pastor’s wife, Jacqui.  Jacqui lives in Michigan (also my former home state, holla!) and comes from a long line of “foodies.”  She learned to cook in junior high and developed a bigger love for it soon after she was married.  Although she […]

Guinness and Onion Soup with Irish Cheddar Crouton

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If you read my post on Friday, then you are well informed of my venture for recipes that will give me a new-found excitement for St. Patty’s Day each year.  This is the second recipe I tried in order to accomplish that goal. This is basically a french onion soup, but I can’t tell you […]

Spicy Chili

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I’m a new fan of chili and this recipe is responsible for my change of heart.  In the past, I would shy away from chili because it just wasn’t appealing to me.  Although I would eat beans in other similar dishes (think Taco Soup) I would always use my dislike for them as my excuse […]

Hearty Tomato Soup

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Here in Southern California, the winter days are surprisingly chilly!  We are in the high desert where I quickly learned that we get the “extreme weather” of SoCal, meaning our summers are hot and our winters are cold.  Southern Californians do not know what cold is compared to the Midwest winters we recently left behind.  […]

Split Pea Soup

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Definitely not a fan of split pea soup.  Then why am I posting it?  Because Ben loves it and you might love it.  Me?  I do not like the texture.  I tried this in good faith, hoping I would enjoy it, but I just couldn’t eat more than two spoonfuls.  Ben gobbled up two bowls […]