Category Archives: Soups and Stews
Well, I have certainly been slacking off on the blog. Here’s a picture of my Memere’s soup, which we all call “Memere Soup” since it’s her specialty. I have no recipe to share at this time, but I will see … Continue reading
I cannot believe it’s mid-June, and I feel compelled to make soup, or even blog about it. Let’s hope for some warmer weather in Maine soon, but until then… Corn chowder is an easy cold day dinner made with ingredients … Continue reading
This soup was inspired by my preparation of concentrated red cabbage juice for a lab I had planned for my 8th grade science students. I boiled half a head of red cabbage to obtain the dark purple juice, which we … Continue reading
I found this recipe about a month ago, and have made a variation of it (see below photo) twice already due to its wonderful flavors and easy preparation.
One thing I failed to experience in New Orleans was jumbalaya. Fortunately my dad made a batch for a family gathering the very next weekend! This recipe is a family favorite, and it is terrific for potluck meals.
I found a recipe for a black bean and pork soup that sounded interesting, though I didn’t have any black beans on hand. I ended up modifying the recipe using dried pinto beans and ended up with a hearty, high … Continue reading
This is another recipe that was submitted by a student for the healthy recipe contest and cooking demonstration held on February 17th. While the recipe calls for chicken broth, vegetable broth could be substituted to make it a true vegetarian … Continue reading
Before February vacation the students at Jordan-Small Middle School in Raymond, Maine participated in a healthy recipe contest which was organized by school health coordinator Stephanie Joyce with assistance from JSMS health teacher, Mrs. Pock. Students submitted recipes, and three … Continue reading
This blog post goes out to Barbara, in hopes of preventing her from mugging my husband for his lunch… Curried Ginger Carrot Soup 3 lb. carrots, scrubbed but not peeled 2 tbsp. curry powder 2 tsp. ground ginger 1 can … Continue reading