Author: Amie Flinch

Drunken Taco Soup
Entrees, Freezer-friendly, Soups

Drunken Taco Soup

Lets face it folks, when it comes to taco soup, you really cannot go wrong. You got your taco spices, choice of meat, and beans and when you put them all together, they taste great. This recipe of mine, however, includes one secret ingredient that makes this soup more than great. In fact, this special add-in makes […]

Chicken Pot Pie (1 of 1)

Chicken Pot Pie with Cheddar Biscuits

A hearty dish that can be made in so many different ways, with so many different ingredients – the chicken pot pie! This is one fun dish to experiment with, folks. If you don’t like the veggies that I used, you are more than welcome to use any of your favorites. Add any of your […]

Zucchini Fritters (2 of 2)

Zucchini Fritters

A few weeks ago, we were blessed with a good portion of home-grown zucchini (we live in an apartment, so anything home-grown is fantastic). When it comes to zucchini, the options are practically limitless – you can do so much with this versatile vegetable! Normally, what we like to do with zucchini is make beef n’ […]

Pasta E Fagioli (1 of 1)

Olive Garden’s Pasta E Fagioli

Olive Garden has some down-right delicious soups – their Pasta E Fagioli is one of them. With a beef and tomato base, along with vegetables and pasta as the filling, who couldn’t like such a simply scrumptious soup like this one? All I gotta say is thank goodness for the world wide web…and bless all […]

Veggie-Loaded Shepard's Pie (1 of 1)

Veggie-Loaded Shepherd’s Pie

Here is a healthy spin on this classic dish. It is stuffed with veggies and the great thing about it is that you can use any veggies you want, you can use as little or as much as you like. Sometimes I put in other veggies like broccoli or mushrooms. For the mashed potatoes, I […]

African Peanut Soup (1 of 1)

African Peanut Soup

Before I jump into this post, let me share with you an AMAZING discovery!  This recipe requires shredded chicken, but WAIT! Stop and put away the forks that you are going to shred with. Because you won’t be needing them anymore!  That’s right, folks. If you have a the miracle-working kitchenaid in your kitchen, then you will […]


Balsamic Strawberry Jar Salad

Jar Salads. Everybody is beginning to hear about this new way to eat a salad, and people are wondering what in the world is it all about. Well, I’ll tell ya.  The hubs and I dined on jar salads for nearly two years. That means for lunch, every single week of those nearly two years, […]

Honey Lime Enchiladas (1 of 1)

Honey Lime Enchiladas

I have a problem, guys. What’s my problem? I have a major sweet tooth. If I could, I’d find a way to sneak a sweet flavor into any dish I make. I’ve been known to put a raspberry sauce with white chocolate drizzled on salmon. Yes, on salmon. But hey, the people I make it […]

Spicy Thai Roasted Corn Soup (1 of 1)
Entrees, Soups

Spicy Thai Roasted Corn Soup

Are you prepared to step outside of the box with me on this one? Because this is definitely one of those “whoa-I-never-realized-those-flavors-could-go-together” kind of dishes. Even while I was mixing this soup up and trying different ingredients, I was still a little concerned about whether I was wasting my time (and grocery money for that […]