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Hearty Herbed Chicken & Sweet Potato Soup

This Hearty Herbed Chick­en & Sweet Pota­to soup is so easy to make and…it is good for you too! But easy and healthy won’t be the first thing that comes to your mind when you take your first bite of this hearty, fla­vor-packed soup. Trust me, you’ll want to add this to your fall menu for sure.

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*CopyCat* Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

This yum­my, cream-based veg­e­tar­i­an toma­to soup is a per­fect copy­cat ren­di­tion of the toma­to basil soup at a lit­tle place I came to love dur­ing my time in Dal­las ((La Madeleine)). I first came across La Madeleine while get­ting my Master’s at SMU and thanks to it’s prox­im­i­ty to cam­pus — not only did I get a Master’s degree, I also became very famil­iar with the taste their sig­na­ture soup. Con­tin­ue read­ing

3-Bean ((NO-PEEK)) Soup Meets Orcas Island

I took a lit­tle break from the blog — I both missed it and enjoyed it all at the same time. While the blog was qui­et, life was very full. We took a 16 day trip to my most favorite place in the world :: Orcas. For the first 10 days, it was just me and the herd. We left the bread-win­ner at home to win bread while we island-hopped, trail-hiked, beach-walked, tide pool-stud­ied and good food-ate (just to name a few of our time-con­sum­ing delights). Con­tin­ue read­ing

Verde Chicken Taco & Farmhouse Ale “No-Peek” Soup

It’s that time of year when noth­ing seems to taste bet­ter than a warm bowl of hearty soup. If you have been fol­low­ing along as I share some fam­i­ly favorites, you know “no-peeks” are pret­ty much my favorite way to get a yum­my meal on the table.

Check out all of my no-peek recipes HERE :: FFAY NO-PEEKs

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CopyCat Cheesy Chicken Enchilada Soup

This is it — the chick­en enchi­la­da soup recipe that will be your go to. Now, I am not brag­ging ((at all)), rather just stat­ing the sim­ple fact: this is the BEST enchi­la­da soup recipe. It is just the right amount of thick and creamy, per­fect­ly spiced and so very sim­ple to make.  Con­tin­ue read­ing

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