Archive for Soups

Spicy 3 Bean Beer Chili – You’re Welcome.

Yes, for those of you who enjoyed the Free-Range Turkey Chili made with Amber Lager, (and also for those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about), I got one better – and it’s totally vegetarian.  Witness: Spicy 3 Bean Beer Chili.  Aw, yeeeaaaah!  (And stay tuned for the awesome apartment trick at the end.)

Aaawwww, yeeeaaahhhh!

Aaawwww, yeeeaaahhhh!

Yes, there it is in all its beany glory.  Thick, aromatic, spicy and HEALTHY!  YOU WILL MAKE THIS and then you will feel GOOD!  Come with me…

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Amber Lager, Free-Range Turkey and Bean Chili!

Yes, it’s a healthy, BEER-FILLED punky chili to enjoy with friends and fill your tiny apartment with the most incredible aromas!  Witness: Amber Lager, Free-Range Turkey and Bean Chili! (Yeah, I know, I’ve got to find a catchier name for this one…)

Are you drooling, yet? I am, and I just finished TWO bowls of this stuff!

Are you drooling, yet? I am, and I just finished TWO bowls of this stuff!

Yes, it’s like the greatest chili you will ever taste, AND it’s healthy and makes a lot, so you can enjoy it for a few days.  And the best part?  It only gets MORE flavorful as the week goes on!  This recipe is *slightly* more complicated than some, but it still only takes about 40 minutes and you will be SO proud of yourself when you pull this one off!  And in the interest of full disclosure, I did originally find this on the Food Network website, but I’ve made some changes (more beans, less turkey, better beer) so it’s Punky Chef all the way now! Read the rest of this entry »

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Free-Range Mexican Chicken Soup

Ahhh, a good quick tasty soup that will impress all of your friends and also FEED all of your friends without burning a hole in your wallet!  Witness: Free-Range Mexican Chicken Soup!


Yummy Mexican Chicken Soup (sorry not totally in focus!)

Yummy Mexican Chicken Soup (sorry not totally in focus!)

Okay, my people, here is the greatest recipe perhaps of all time.  I openly admit I got it from Rachel Ray’s 30-Minute Meals, so please feel free to make her version which is super tasty as well, however it took me longer than 30 minutes and had a few too many foreign-sounding ingredients, like coriander (whaa??), so I’ve simplified it and brought you the results!  And the best thing about this recipe is that not only is it way tasty and way easy, it makes enough for a few days, and you can even add some water to the leftovers to make more broth! Read the rest of this entry »

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