Tag Archives: Emergency Cooking

Summer Harvest Soup

I don’t know about you but I love soup anytime of the year. My mom cooked excellent soups and I hope that I come close to her expertise. This soup can contain almost anything you harvest from your summer garden … Continue reading

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Creamy Broccoli Soup

Today is a cold March day here in Oklahoma and my thoughts have turned to soup again. To be sure, soup is never far from my mind. It is favorite meal around our place. I started thinking about the mild winter we … Continue reading

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Recipe of the Week

Over at one of my favorite blogs, http://www.survivalblog.com , there is a new category, “Recipe of the Week” that is published every Monday.  Today there are several recipes! Bonus!!  The recipes can be made from storage items in your pantry or during … Continue reading

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Carrot Soup

Here is another great soup recipe that is so thick and creamy and pairs so well with crusty Italian or French bread. 2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) 2 pounds of Carrots, peeled and sliced 1 large Sweet Onion, finely … Continue reading

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Peasant’s Bean Cassoulet

Great tasting stew that is packed with fiber. I’ll bet by now you are definitely seeing a trend in my cooking. Yup, I do love soups and stews.  They have that hearty and tummy warming feeling to them that takes me back … Continue reading

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Chuckwagon Pinto Beans

Here is another great bean recipe that can be used as meal or a side. The joke around our house is that some days we have beans and rice and other days we have rice and beans! 1 pound dried Pinto … Continue reading

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Cold Tuna and Bean Salad

This good tasting cold salad is full of the protein and fiber needed for healthy diet. With no cooking involved, it is great for hot weather, picnics, and even emergency cooking.  I came up with this recipe more than 15 years ago when I … Continue reading

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