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Hot Pot with Three Sauces

This recipe by Wave chef Kristine Subido was used for the first Spice House/Wave cooking class. The three sauces of the title are the cooking broth and the two dipping...
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Beef and Lamb Beer Stew

I recently purchased the herbs & spices book by Jill Norman from the website and was inspired to try to experiment with my new herbs from the Spice House. Got...
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King Creole Seafood Chowder

Buttery cod filets, fresh shrimp, and zesty Louisiana spices make this creamy soup unbelievably savory. Great served with cornbread or rice.

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Sauerkraut Soup – Kapusniak

My family originated in Poland and settled in Milwaukee, and this is a family recipe for a hearty Polish soup. Although I now live in Nashville Tennessee, I make this...
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Carrot Cumin Soup

This carrot and cumin soup recipe, based on a traditional Middle Eastern soup, has become a favorite with everyone who tastes it. It's also unbelievably healthy (almost no fat) and...
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Uncle Bill's Head Sweatin' Chili

This recipe comes from years of experimenting—it's a smokey, spicy chili that makes your head sweat and lips burn.
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Wisconsin Cheese Soup

This recipe is for one of your employees, and my daughter Jodie Parks. This was always her favorite soup when I worked at the Feed Store in Springfield IL.
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Dorothy's Stefado (Greek Beef Stew)

This is a Greek beef stew made with small onions. This is my mom's recipe, and every Fall--without fail--you could smell it simmering in the kitchen. Serve it with a...
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Mulligatawny with Lentils

Every winter I prepare this wonderful soup, and I am convinced that an important part of its distinctive flavor comes from the black mustard seeds--that I faithfully purchase from The...
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Mulligatawny Soup

My Daughter worked for Ameri-corp literacy Program in Pittsburgh. She was always telling her students about how I love to cook ethnic foods. So one of her Indian students (Mina)...
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Tomato and Red Lentil Soup

This recipe is my attempt to create a soup similar to the one served at Reza’s restaurant. The secret ingredient is sumac. Sumac is a sour spice used almost like...
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Hot and Sour Chicken Curry

My method of cooking is 80% improvisation and 20% experience. I hardly ever measure my ingredients (the experience part), and I use whatever ingredients I have at hand (the improvisation...
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Grandma's Chili

This is my grandma's chili recipe. It's not hot, but very tasty. I've even served it to people who said they didn't like chili, but they all liked this dish....
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Vegetarian Split Pea Soup

Although often made with a ham bone, our version of split pea soup is so hearty and heart healthy you won't miss the meat. Serve with thick slices of rustic...
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Shrimp and Sausage Gumbo

There are as many Gumbo recipes as there are cooks on the Gulf Coast. Our recipe is original, and has everything in it except the kitchen sink. You will discover...
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