Month: January 2016

soup of the week: Turkey Chili

With Super Bowl right around the corner, Chili is the perfect half-time meal!  If you like chili, than you’ll love this one. Be sure to order extra for Super Bowl Sunday…it will keep fine in the refrigerator until Sunday, or you could… Read More

soup of the week: wild mushroom with Farro

This soup is hearty and filling even with no meat! Made with mushrooms, pancetta, lots of vegetables, and farro (farro is a whole grain) is really hearty. If you don’t have time to eat it right away (though I don’t know how… Read More

soup of the week: Minestrone

Minestrone is a hearty, thick soup of Italian origin made with vegetables, but it really has no set recipe since it is usually made out of whatever vegetables are in season, and often with the addition of pasta. Cazares Style recipe includes:… Read More

soup of the week: rich beef barley

A big pot of this soup on a cold winter day (finally we are having cold days!) is such a satisfying dinner. Made with oxtails – which makes it rich and delicious (I also add beef shanks) – and the bonus is… Read More

bring in the new year with Posole

Happy New Year!  We just spent an amazing time in New Mexico, exploring Albuquerque, Santa Fe and other surrounding areas. I was on a mission to try as much Posole as I could, and I found none are the same. In villages… Read More