Kitchen Scoop Blog
I knew no matter how miserable the shopping trip became as my mom and grandmother drug me all over that huge department store, I’d feast on a small white bag of nuts on the way out. It was the promise at the end of the gauntlet.
To this day, warm cashews make me smile in that “victory kind of way.”
The most difficult thing about this soup is chopping the potatoes. But good news is you don't have to peel them. And with a scoop of bouillion, your soup is rich and flavorful. How much easier can it get than that?Read more.
If you don't like beer, here's a green celebration drink for the Irish in you.Read more.
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