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Belgian Beer Conch Chowder

Belgian Beer Conch Chowder

Belgian Beer Conch Chowder I’m a bit late to the party. It’s come to my attention that January is National Soup Month, so I thought I’d come on and ride this train.  I mean, it was 77 degrees today here in Charlotte, so I can’t think of a more perfect time to have some soup.…Continue Reading

Beer Cheddar Broccoli Soup

Beer Cheddar Broccoli Soup

Beer Cheddar Broccoli Soup I brewed ten gallons of beer this weekend. It’s about dang time.  As I said in this post recently, I started this ridiculous website because of my love of home brewing, craft beer, and food.  I’m adding a rediscovery of my love for photography to that list – although it’s still…Continue Reading

Conch Chowder

Conch Chowder

Conch Chowder   I don’t know about y’all, but I sure am over the moon about the fact that the weekend is almost here. TGIF!  Well, almost.     The weather got cold again here in the Carolinas, and some of y’all got new snow and/or still have lingering snow in your yards, so it…Continue Reading

Chicken, Kale, and White Bean Chili

Chicken, Kale, and White Bean Chili

Happy Monday, Y’all!     I’m keeping things short today.  It’s Monday, I have to go to work, and I had some fun distractions.     Yesterday evening Lisa called because she was near my neighborhood.  We agreed that she should stop by and drink beer with us say hi.  Then my Carolina Panthers were…Continue Reading

Summer Cold Corn Soup

Summer Cold Corn Soup

  So we’ve had these little talks about my food blogger weight gain, button blowing, and (hopfully) losing weight by making better food choices during the week.  Basically, I’ve been trying to exhibit some self control and eat only plant based foods during the week while allowing some flexibility on the weekend. Here is a…Continue Reading

Pumpkin Soup

It snowed again.  We didn’t get the 10 inches that was predicted, but we got a few.  It was enough to make me want flannel PJ’s, blankets, a fire in the fireplace, and soup.   I know it’s not the usual time of year for pumpkin, but who cares?  I can have pumpkin in August…Continue Reading

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