Soup's on in the Welcher household. Too bad it's 60 degrees outside. Our soup weather lingers somewhere between two days and a week, usually in January or February. Sure, we'll get cold for a few days after that---but nothing like normal winter forecasts for people living north of the Mason-Dixon line. I'll still eat a… Continue reading Mexican Cabbage Roll Soup
I don't think I've ever met a meatball I didn't like. I've made meatballs a dozen different times in a dozen different ways. Chicken and zucchini. meatball parmesan, buffalo chicken, cajun---meatballs are a go-to snack item for me. I found this old Betty Crocker recipe the other day in my collection and tweaked it a… Continue reading Turkey Taco Meatballs
It's now been a year since Rob gifted me this laptop. I've probably posted 100 recipes since then. It's hard to believe that 2018 is coming to a close! I don't know about y'all, but my family always has a specific meal for New Year's Day. It's a tradition and it's supposed to bring you… Continue reading Shrimp and Greens Stew
It feels like I have a short work-week this week when I really don't. I'm leaving Friday as soon as I get off work to fly to Montana and spend the holidays with my family. I keep thinking about all the things I have to do before I leave and it's making it seem like… Continue reading Vegetable Loaded Chicken & Wild Rice Soup
Does anyone know how to pronounce 'gnocchi'? I've been saying it like 'no-key' my whole life and I have no idea if that's right or not. I'm just assuming the 'g' is silent. I've heard people pronounce it like 'noque-ee' before, with a more French-like annunciation on the 'no' sound. Who is right? I was… Continue reading Chicken & Gnocchi Soup
Who need chicken noodle soup when you can make it better? And I mean MUCH better. Season chicken in Greek seasoning and cook this soup with orzo, sun-dried tomatoes, capers, and kalamata olives. Soup has never tasted better!
New Year's Day wouldn't be a holiday without these four things: Pork Greens Cornbread Black eyed peas Ever since I was little, my mom has been making pork & black eyed peas for the holiday. It's a tradition held by many kitchens across the country, and most importantly the south. There's something inherently nostalgic about… Continue reading Chicken & Black Eyed Pea Chili