Vegetable Soup Recipe
Midwestern Chili Recipe
Chili was one of the first meals that I really took to as a new home cook at the ripe old age of twelve. I had no fucking clue what I was doing. I knew there were beans and tomatoes and some beef and shit, but I figured it out on my own from there with relatively little help from my cooking teacher at the time, Food Network.
This is that chili, just a little grown up. You can mix and match your preferred chili bean into the recipe. I prefer kidney beans. There is also a call for a can of water later in the recipe to add some more liquid to the stewing process. If you have beef stock on hand, you can sub that in as well.
Eating Normal Clam Chowder
My husband and I spent enough time in Delaware that our preferred winter soup for a chilly day is New England Clam Chowder. Over the years, I’ve edited old recipes to get down to one that is uniquely Eating Normal, and today I share it with you. It’s going to be a very cold week in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and I assure you that we already made our chowder to get through the weekend. Enjoy!