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Chicken Salad

This is so dead simple I hesitate to call it a recipe. So I’m throwing in a bunch of other random things into this post to make up for it. See, I got your back. First of all, did you make a roasted chicken lately? Ok, well you need leftover roasted chicken for this so […]

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Pastina

Ok, so this is so simple it borders on not really being a recipe at all. Except that there are so many people out there who have never heard of this that it necessitates sharing.

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Cream of Spinach Soup

Ok, remember a last week when I posted this spinach soup? I mentioned that it was a happy accident as I tried to make a delectable cream of spinach soup less caloric and fatty? Well, as delicious as that soup is (and it is) it does not replace the original inspiration. And no matter how […]

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This soup was a happy accident. It’s a soup, but it’s also a full meal. Hearty and filling, it’s about as healthy as a meal can possibly get (at least in my house). But I had started out trying to make something not so healthy or hearty: a cream of spinach soup that my mother-in-law […]

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Pasta Fagioli

Ever have a food that simply satisfies your soul? That’s kind of what soup does for me in general, but this soup in particular… man does it hit the spot. Especially on cold winter nights, like this week when we were snowed in. On nights like that I like to serve up a bowl of […]

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Matzo Ball Soup

Matzo ball soup is iconic. It’s also delicious. There is a restaurant near where my old office in NYC is called Eisenberg’s. The whole place is probably about 12 feet wide and 30 feet deep. It’s got a counter and basically nothing else. Well, I mean it’s got food. Good food at that. Their tuna […]

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Broccoli Soup

One of my favorite go to dinners is broccoli soup. It’s healthy, it’s delicious, and my kids love it. I give it to them for dinner on cold winter nights and I can feel good that we’re all getting a nutritious dinner that’s also super easy. And when I say easy, I mean easy.

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Turkey and Rice Soup

So we were very recently in the “post-Thanksgiving-use-up-the-turkey” phase of the year. You’d think that turkey salad sandwiches would be on the menu, but part of me was feeling virtuous after a session with the personal trainer at the YMCA and I didn’t want all that mayonnaise.

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