Category: Garlic

Chicken Noodle Soup

Aaah, what’s not to love about home-made Chicken Noodle Soup.  This falls under the heritage, and comfort section of any recipe book, and is often related to Mom’s.  This soup is a power-house of goodness, and is a dish often made to warm, sooth, and heal each and every family member that mom makes it …

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Vegetarian Savoy Cabbage Rolls

Source: Rochelle Beerli circa 2000 The inspiration for the Vegetarian Savoy Cabbage Rolls came from my weekly Bio Vegetable Box, which I get delivered to my house. Yes, I’ve been making cabbage rolls for years, and before me, my mom. It was always a New Year’s day meal, made special with a ground meat, rice …

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Fall’s Best Chili

Chili with toppings

Source:  Me about 2000 Chili (or Fall’s best chili) is a long standing tradition in the U.S. usually on or around the time of Fall and Halloween. It turns out that Texas, “the lone star state” is entirely responsible for this lovely, generous meal consisting of beans, meat and lots of spices. Not only is …

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