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Beef and Pepper Stew

As much as I love the Summer I’m always ready for the Fall by the time it rolls around with its dip in temperature.  That’s in part because I can start cooking those wonderful cool… Continue reading → The post Beef and ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Oct 20, 2014 |  Original Post

Creamy Cabbage & Kielbasa Soup

This soup starts with a base of delicious homemade cream of celery soup and builds on from there, incorporating ingredients that were simply meant for each other.Continue reading: Creamy Cabbage & Kielbasa Soup You May… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Sep 26, 2014 |  Original Post

Chicken & Asparagus Chowder with Bacon & Roasted Peppers

A creamy chowder packed with chicken, asparagus, bacon, roasted red peppers, potatoes and corn…chowder just doesn’t get any better than this! Your next family favorite!Continue reading: Chicken & Asparagus Chowder with Bacon & ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jun 14, 2014 |  Original Post

Creamy Carrot Soup with Star Anise and Dill

Perfect as a first course soup or light main dish served with crusty bread, this upscale Creamy Carrot Soup with Star Anise and Dill is not only extraordinarily delicious, it’s fast and simple to make.Continue… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jun 04, 2014 |  Original Post

Homemade Cream of Celery Soup

Fantastic as a stand-alone soup or used in any recipe calling for canned condensed cream of celery soup.  Clean, pure, delicious!Continue reading: Homemade Cream of Celery Soup You May Also Like:7 November, 2013 Confessions and… Continue ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Apr 04, 2014 |  Original Post

Traditional Hungarian Goulash (Gulyas)

Traditional Hungarian goulash is a prime example of how a few simple ingredients, cooked properly, can yield an incredible flavor.  Though many variations of Hungarian goulash exist, and every cook makes it just a bit… Continue reading ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 18, 2014 |  Original Post

Beef and Vegetable Stew

A rich and hearty beef stew.  The beef, onions, and carrots are all browned, contributing to a deliciously rich flavor.   Served over cauliflower instead of potatoes, this stew cuts down on carbs while providing more healthy veggie ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 06, 2014 |  Original Post

Slow Cooker Split Pea and Ham Soup with Homemade Croutons

Split pea soup is a classic and variations of it are enjoyed around the world.  Here is an easy slow cooker version that is packed with flavor and is accompanied by homemade buttery croutons.Continue reading: Slow Cooker Split Pea and Ham Soup with ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Feb 12, 2014 |  Original Post

Hachee (Dutch Beef & Onion Stew)

Hachee is a traditional beef and onion stew found in virtually every Dutch home.  It’s a delicious comfort dish to enjoy during the cold winter months.  The long, slow cooking time produce super tender meat and a rich sauce with wonderful ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Jan 06, 2014 |  Original Post

Bean and Bacon Soup

We often buy things in bulk when they’re on sale.  This time we stocked up on bacon.  Todd and I both have a weakness of bacon.  If we allowed ourselves, we’d be perfectly content eating bacon every morning for breakfast.  But we don’t. ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Dec 27, 2013 |  Original Post

Tortellini Minestrone Soup

This is one of my all-time favorite soups.  It’s something I threw together a few years ago in a time crunch and based on the ingredients I had on hand.  And it’s been a family favorite ever since, drawing compliments wherever ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Dec 19, 2013 |  Original Post

Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup

There must be a million and one recipes out there for Chicken Tortilla Soup.  Some are creamy, some are brothy.  Many of the creamy ones use Velveeta cheese and/or canned condensed soups.  This recipe uses neither.  Made from scratch but super ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Oct 10, 2013 |  Original Post

Smoky Black-eyed Pea and Ham Soup

Black-eyed peas.  A staple in Southern cuisine, soul food in particular.  Originating in West Africa 5000 years ago and brought to the American colonies in the 17th century, black-eyed peas are rich in history and have long been thought to bring ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Oct 07, 2013 |  Original Post

Restaurant Style Chinese Hot and Sour Soup (+ GIVEAWAY!)

Good restaurant Chinese hot and sour soup has a very distinct flavor that can be challenging to replicate.  And not all restaurant hot and sour soups are created equal.  Not by a long shot.  Though you may not be able to pinpoint the difference, ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: May 20, 2013 |  Original Post

Sweet Potato Corn Chowder

I had a huge organic sweet potato left over from making baby food for my daughter.  I also had some sweet onions and an opened package of bacon that needed to be used.  I’m not sure what the mental process was that ultimately led me to the ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: May 15, 2013 |  Original Post

Hungarian Chicken Goulash

Whether you live in what is currently a cool and rainy place like Washington, an area that is just beginning to thaw out from a mini ice age, or some warm and sunny region, this Hungarian Chicken Goulash is something you will all enjoy regardless of ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Apr 15, 2013 |  Original Post

East-West Lentil Stew

This was a creation on a whim. I wasn’t in the mood to cook (oh yes, this happens even to me) and Todd was coming home in 30 minutes.  I needed something quick to make.  I opened my freezer and saw the homemade Mexican chorizo I had made and ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 20, 2013 |  Original Post

Domada (Gambian Peanut Stew)

Domada is the national dish of Gambia.  It is a delicious “groundnut stew” (peanuts) consisting of whatever vegetable happens to be available, typically pumpkin or sweet potatoes, and a saucy base. Whether vegetarian or including meat, ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Mar 03, 2013 |  Original Post

Southern Kidney Bean and Andouille Soup

Rich, satisfying and tummy-filling, this Southern-style soup is slowly simmered with smoked ham hocks and topped with slices of spicy andouille sausage. Kidney beans are extremely healthy.  Besides having lots of cholesterol-lowering fiber (one cup ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Feb 17, 2013 |  Original Post

Japanese Mushroom, Tofu and Vermicelli Soup

Simple and simply wonderful.  That’s the best way to describe this Japanese soup made in just under 10 minutes.  Shiitake mushrooms, soft tofu, and cellophane noodles (also called Chinese vermicelli) form the bulk of this soup along with ...

Blog: The Daring Gourmet
Posted on: Feb 16, 2013 |  Original Post

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