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Potato Soup

If you are interested in some comfort food, this one’s for you! Potato Soup 6 medium potatoes, peeled and diced 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1 (8oz) package cream cheese 1/2 stick butter or margarine 1 can cream of mushroon soup 1 can cream of celery soup 1 cup milk 1 tsp garlic salt salt […]

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Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipe

You would think tortilla soup would be spicy,  but this one is kinda mild. I don’t mind it that way, but if you need it to have more kick, you could easly add some hot stuff to it. I would describe it as a tomato onion soup with tortillas in it. The best part is […]

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White Chicken Chili

Here is a REALLY good recipe for white chicken chili that my sister and mom make a lot. It’s got a lot of flavor and the cheese in it makes it spicy. I forgot to garnish it for the picture, but you can garnish this with cheese, sour cream and jalapenos and serve it with […]

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Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

It is Soup Week at TheMommyhood.com. It’s cold, so I have been all about the soup and thought maybe you are too.  So each day this week, I will share a soup recipe I like and tell you about it. First up – a classic – chicken noodle soup. This is my mom’s recepe. It […]

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Best of TheMommyhood 2010

Okay, so I should have posted this to TheMommyhood.com a couple of days ago, but I was busy having fun. Post-Grinch Bowl we celebrated New Years with friends dressed as Saturday Night Live characters. My stomach muscles still hurt from laughing.  Clearly, blogging was not my priority. But I did want to take a quick […]

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White Chocolate Chex Mix

Also known at my house as “Scooby Snacks” is absolutely delicious. We make it each year to take to parties or just to have at home. It is quick and easy and if you use holiday colored candy, it makes a beautiful gift.  This is what I decided to do for some of our teacher gifts […]

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A Strategic First Course

As I have previously confessed, I made whatever parental mistakes you make to produce picky eaters. So, I am always looking for ways to get the good stuff in them. So here’s another thing I do. Over time, I have learned to prepare dinner with a strategic first course. Everyone is hungry, it’s smelling pretty […]

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Picture Cupcakes

Looking for a new twist on a classic cupcake? Put a picture of the guest of honor on it! I got this idea from my friend, Elizabeth, who did this for her mom a few months ago. So, I tucked the idea away to use for my mom’s 60th birthday party. Here’s how I did […]

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Pumpkin Cake With Cream Cheese Frosting

I’m not a big fan of carrot cake, but this pumpkin cake is ridiculously tasty. My Mom has been making it for years and now we make it (actually, my husband made this one). It’s one of those perfect-for-October kind of foods that brings back memories. Don’t you just love fall? What food makes you […]

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How to Make Your Own Chicken Nuggets in Just Minutes

Had a left over uncooked chicken breast and wanted to make shake n bake for the kids. But I didn’t have any. So, I went to the pantry and found some Italian bread crumbs. I decided to borrow the concept. So, I cut the ran the chicken breast under water, then cut it up into […]

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