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Homemade Vegetable Soup

In this recipe video, I make a vegetable soup that easy for anyone to make at home. I crank this soup out anytime I feel my vegetable consumption is dropping and I need a boost. Of course that boost needs to come with great flavor, and that is exactly what this vegetable soup provides.Continue Reading...
In addition to a great game, at every Superbowl party, I'm looking for great food, and a few drinks. But if you're hosting, cooking a nice spread can take a ton of time. Even worse, with some dishes, you spend at least the first half of the game cooking instead of watching.Continue Reading...

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