Tag Archives: comfort food

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

A couple weeks ago we made the small trek over to St. Clairsville to visit my Great Uncle’s pumpkin farm. I wouldn’t just call it a pumpkin farm though. You’ll also find gourds, mums, popcorn (red ears of corn that is, to make popcorn), indoor and outdoor home decor (I sure did want to buy the cute wooden wishing well) and vegetables like, you guessed it, butternut squash. It’s been a while since I’ve been to his house. Our last visit was for a family reunion I think the year my husband and I got married; if you’re keeping track that’s Continue reading

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Chicken Noodle Soup + Cream Chicken Sandwiches

Hi friends! Let’s cue the end of a blogging hiatus. Those are necessary sometimes. A hiatus. I didn’t exactly make a conscious decision to take a break from blogging the last few months. Rather, life happened. I got busy. My time management skills slipped a bit and if we’re being honest, as we always should be, I lost a Continue reading

Chicken Pot Pie Soup

This chicken pot pie soup┬árecipe is quite similar to the chicken pot pie crumble I posted last December. If you’re like me and not a big fan of crust (anyone? no?) then you’ll likely replace the crumble with the soup ­čÖé I made this soup a couple weeks ago, but I sure could go for a cup right now; I’m writing this post as Continue reading

Chicken Noodle Soup with Homemade Noodles

Welcome to my first ‘2 in 1’ post! I’ll be sharing two recipes in this one post…homemade noodles and chicken noodle soup. So this past weekend, it was cold and snowy and we had a little girl in the house with the sniffles. I decided a comforting chicken noodle soup was the perfect meal for dinner! I was going to take the easier route and make it with store bought noodles (that I even picked up when shopping earlier in the day), but I couldn’t bring myself to do it! Once you’ve had soup with homemade noodles you just won’t Continue reading

All Kinds of Vegetable Soup

I love making soups during these cold Winter months so that’s exactly what I did this Sunday afternoon! I also love veggies and this soup is packed with them! One thing I really like about the recipe is how versatile it can be; you could swap out many vegetables for others or add different types of beans and potatoes. It’s all about preference and what you and your family like! This soup was surprisingly Continue reading

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