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Guest Post by MJ's Kitchen Beans-Bacon-Chipotle served

Guest Post by MJ at MJ’s Kitchen: Beans, Bacon and Chipotle

Our guest today is MJ at MJ’s Kitchen MJ can make chiles 10 ways from Sunday, she has a real flair for Southwest cooking. Don’t think everything she makes is spicy, her thoughtfully crafted recipes emphasis the unique flavor and nuance of chiles, not just heat. While she enjoys a wide variety of local chiles […]

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Corn & Green Chile Chowder | Savoring Today

Corn & Green Chile Chowder

  It’s late, I know. I made this a month ago and I’m afraid fresh corn season is nearly, if not already, at its end. I’m sorry. Timing is to food, as location is to real estate. Well, it may not be everything, but it certainly helps when you try to eat local, fresh food. […]

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Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout over Beef Tenderloin | Savoring Today

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout

Mushroom & Blue Cheese Ragout is one of those recipes that makes anything you serve with it, better. You can already tell by the photos, it’s not the tomato or meat based ragu we all love on pasta. Although when you taste this you might be tempted to pour it over pasta, or sandwiches, or […]

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Helen's Chicken Soup

Helen’s Chicken Soup: A Bowl of Comfort

A good friend is one who shows up on your door step with a pot of soup when they know you could use a little TLC. I have such friends, which is how I discovered this comforting chicken soup. My friend, Helen, knew I was sick so she did what we’ve all done—she pulled together […]

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Curried Butternut Squash Soup - Served

Curry-Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash & Curry-Spiced Butternut Squash Soup

It’s been so long now do you even remember the curry adventure we began months ago with Basic Chicken Curry? What about the Beef Massaman? Oh, I hope so. Curry-Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash & Curry-Spiced Butternut Squash Soup is a two-fer, two recipes that can be meshed into one or enjoyed separately, but ultimately inviting […]

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Beef Curry - Massaman Style

Beef Curry: Massaman Style

  The curry adventure continues … Before we shift gears and start thinking about roasted turkeys and holiday baking next week, it seemed only fitting to follow-up curried fowl with a little curried cow. It was a lot of fun sharing the Basic Chicken Curry recipe and my notes from the curry class with you […]

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Broccoli-Cauliflower Gratin (Leftover) Soup with Heirloom Tomato and Chives

Broccoli-Cauliflower Gratin Soup Recipe

  When sharing the recipe for Broccoli-Cauliflower Gratin last week, I included a quick note about turning the leftovers into soup. After a friend commented and asked for more details about the soup idea, I realized how often I assume necessary steps have been communicated when in fact, they haven’t.  Thankfully, my friend took the […]

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Salmon Dill Chowder

Springtime in the Rockies and Salmon Dill Chowder

Writing and sharing food with friends is a delight, hardly something that warrants reprieve. However, even the work we enjoy benefits from our stepping back, reflecting, loosening our grip (or its grip) from time to time. It was hard to lay aside the routine of writing last week, though not completely unplugged from reading my […]

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Chicken Pozole Chili - Bowl - close up (1 of 1)

Chicken Pozole Chili

If you Google search Chicken Pozole Chili, you come up with about 630,000 results in 0.17 seconds. Could there really be that many different recipes for this Mexican stew? Pork, chicken, or a mix of meats, cilantro, cumin, various types of chili peppers, blanco, green, or red, all have opinions formed around them and committed […]

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Lentil & Sausage Soup | Savoring Today

Lentil and Sausage Soup: No Fuss, Simply Satisfying

When I made this Lentil and Sausage Soup, it was delightfully easy and its flavor impressive. Surprised by numerous recipes calling for “just throw everything in the pot” once the sausage browned; I struggled a little with not layering the flavors, skeptical of great taste with so little effort.  Melding a few promising recipes into one, […]

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