Chipotle Tomato Soup Recipe

Chipotle Tomato Soup |

I love the little cans of chipotles in adobo. I do. But every time I buy one I’m reminded that they may be the reason that phrases like – a little goes a long way – were created. I can never seem to find use for more than one pepper out of the can at a time.

My point being, I have another chipotle recipe to share. So here’s to hoping you like things spicy!


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Chipotle Peach Nectarine Tilapia 3

Grilled Chipotle Peach and Nectarine Tilapia Packets

We’ve lived in California less than two years and I’ve already started to lose track of the seasons. I grew up around all sorts of berries in Indiana and I visited the orchards in Kentucky so I could tell you exactly when strawberry, blueberry, peach, plum and apple season where in full swing at different… 

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Chili Garlic Bean Salad Recipe

This was supposed to be a three bean salad. I went to the pantry and grabbed three cans of beans, drained and rinsed them and added them to the mixing bowl. It wasn’t until I was halfway done making the recipe that I looked down and thought – wow, all those dark beans look the… 

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Salmon and Spinach Cakes with Eggs 1

Salmon and Spinach Cakes with Fried Eggs Recipe

Protein for breakfast. Of all the improvements we’ve made to our eating habits over the past year or so, this has been the best one by far. I wasn’t a complete stranger to a high protein morning meal. I’d have eggs on occasion, or a shake with nut meal, but it wasn’t until we started focusing… 

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Javanese Carrot and Cucumber Pickle Recipe (Acar Timun)

The first time we traveled to Southeast Asia, I completely missed a very important thing about the cuisine. It’s all about the condiments. I saw the little bowls of peppers, relishes, chutneys and sauces on our table and I tried one here and there, but it wasn’t until we returned and I researched recipes further… 

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