One Pan Chicken with Wine, Thyme, Carrots and Bacon ~Safari of the Mind

I’ll have to say the season I enjoy cooking most is the winter time. Soups, stews, chillis, and curries all so satisfying and warming when the weather outside is frightful. I usually make large batches and freeze some for a later date. The slow cooker tends to be my best friend around these months too. […]…

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The Best Old Thyme Chicken Noodle Soup with Winter Vegetables

This soup is a vintage recipe that was passed down to me by my mother and her mother… Its timeless qualities deserve an encore post, so, here it is for those of you who didn’t happen upon it last year. For the past several months, Once Upon a Spice has been spreading the love, warmth…

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Four Cheese and Sage Mac n’ Cheese with Crispy Bacon~WishToDish

Today I am bringing you all a little comfort food to help ease the January blues. Comfort food = macaroni and cheese, I mean what else…? I feel that mac and cheese is like the childhood best friend of food. You probably discovered it when you were six, turned to it after your first break […]…

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New England Clam Chowder ~Simply SundayFoodBlog

Clam Chowda! That’s how I hear it in my head. We went on an awesome Summer vacation in Maine and I’m not sure which we loved better… the beautiful scenery or the food! Here’s another one of our Maine foodie favorites ~ New England Clam Chowder A hot bowl of this delicious soup with briny […]…

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Bacon, Beer & Pecan Toffee Sundaes ~CookingWithAuntJuju

Ice Cream in the winter? Sure if the toppings are bacon bits, toasted pecans and a smooth and delicious bacon infused toffee sauce. Oh, and then there is the stout beer infused with vanilla beans and a sprinkling of sea salt to finish. This is definitely not part of my New Year’s resolution diet but…

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Roasted Tomato & Creamy White Bean Pita Sandwiches — Radiate Food Vibes

It’s Day 3 of my “debloat and recharge detox” and I’m feeling good and staying motivated. My detoxes are easy in that I’m not seriously reducing calories or only eating cabbage soup. It’s more about portion controlling, loading up on veggies and fruits (even more than usual) and reducing excess fat, sugar and carbs. Because […]…

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