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Tabasco Braised Chicken with Chickpeas and Kale

by heidi October 21, 2013

This post is sponsored by Tabasco as part of its 10-Ingredient Challenge. Thanks for supporting companies I believe in, which allows me to create more unique content and recipes for you. When most of us think of chicken stewy soup-ish meal, what usually comes to mind is a chicken broth version with […]

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Lemon Chicken Stew and a Virtual Baby Shower

by heidi October 14, 2013
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A one-pot dinner is a must-make meal for any new mom and dad. And with a lemony twist on the classic chicken and rice soup—this time with orzo pasta that helps thicken this flavor-filled cooking bonanza—my Lemon Chicken Stew, is a spunked up contribution to a virtual baby shower for my […]

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White Bean and Pumpkin Pork Chili Recipe

by heidi November 13, 2012
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Top buns. Ombre. Glasses that don’t really have lenses but make you look smart. It’s all about what’s hot at the moment. But don’t be fooled, fashion isn’t the only place trends make a statement. Food has its favorites too. Take these two “it” ingredients of the moment: These days […]

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Crockpot Pork Posole Stew Recipe

by heidi November 7, 2012
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This dish is kind of like Disneyland for both the OCD list makers who obsessively plan meals weeks ahead of time, and for those of us (eh-hem, I’m using the collective “us” so I don’t feel so alone) who somehow make their way to the grocery store before 1 p.m. […]

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Craving > 5 Twists on Comforting Chicken Stew

by heidi September 22, 2011
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Goodbye grill. Oh well helllllooolo braise. It’s the first day of fall and we’re all about comforting, stew-ey goodness and going back to the basics with chicken, carrots and mushrooms. Over rice? No way. Noodles. That’s right, egg noodles, just like mom used to make, slithering in butter with a […]

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