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Dutch Oven Chicken and Dumplings

Dutch Oven Chicken and Dumplings

Dutch Oven Chicken and Dumplings

I was born in Arkansas, and this recipe is one I grew up on. Well, actually, there never really was a recipe—we just threw it together till it tasted good! Chicken and Dumplings is so easy and filling...you can fix it for anyone anytime. Sometimes, if my husband and I are going off fishing all day (my favorite hobby is fishing—and more fishing!). I'll prepare the chicken the day before. Then, when we get home, I'll reheat it, mix up my dumplings, plop them on top and have supper ready to serve within 20 minutes.

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

I love oven-roasted peppers especially when I transform them into this silky soup seasoned with garlic and thyme. Dip a grilled cheese sandwich into it and enjoy! —Kathy Rairigh, Milford, IN

Mushroom Potato Soup

Mushroom Potato Soup

Mushroom Potato Soup

A buttery mushroom flavor blends with potatoes, leeks and carrots to make this soup hearty and warming. A big steaming bowl hits the spot on a cold fall day. Waxy red potatoes and all-purpose Yukon Golds hold together well in boiling water.

Chicken & Spinach Tortellini Soup

Chicken & Spinach Tortellini Soup

Chicken & Spinach Tortellini Soup

Shredded rotisserie chicken is complemented by fresh green spinach and cheese tortellini in this quick-to-fix soup. It makes a great starter or a light meal with a salad and crusty bread.—Charlene Chambers, Ormond Beach, FL

Andouille-Shrimp Cream Soup

Andouille-Shrimp Cream Soup

Andouille-Shrimp Cream Soup

This dish is a variation on a creamy southern Louisiana corn stew. The bold flavor of andouille sausage blends beautifully with the shrimp and subtle spices. —Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Soup

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Soup

Hearty Black-Eyed Pea Soup

Alice Jarrell of Dexter, Missouri waited a long time to get this favorite recipe—but it was well worth it. "I had eaten this soup countless times at a small restaurant in our town," she tells. "When the owner finally retired, he said I deserved the secret recipe and passed it along. Now, my family enjoys it at least once a month!"—Alice Jarrell, Dexter, Missouri

Kale & Bean Soup

Kale & Bean Soup

Kale & Bean Soup

Chock-full of veggies, this soup soothes both the body and the spirit. The kale is packed with nutrients, including omega-3s, and the beans add a natural creaminess. —Beth Sollars, Delray Beach, Florida

Cheddar Cheese Potato Soup

Cheddar Cheese Potato Soup

Cheddar Cheese Potato Soup

Here's a recipe I created as an alternative to plain potato soup. Hearty and comforting, it disappears quickly when I serve it to my family on chilly evenings. Team it with bread and a salad, and you have a complete meal.

Neighborhood Bean Soup

Neighborhood Bean Soup

Neighborhood Bean Soup

Meet the Cook: Even though I'm single, I make multiple servings of everything - as reflected in the name of my soup! Actually, that tendency's helped me get to know my neighbors. The local ladies have "adopted" me. They always volunteer to be my guinea pigs whenever I try out a new recipe or two. —Cheryl Trowbridge, Windsor, Ontario

Ham and Bean Chowder

Ham and Bean Chowder

Ham and Bean Chowder

Meet the Cook: We also call this 2-Day Bean Chowder, since it can be started in the afternoon, chilled overnight and finished off the next day - if you can wait to taste it! -Joe Ann Heavrin, Memphis, Tennessee

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Meet the Cook: Soup is tops on the list of things I love to cook. I've used this one as the beginning course to a meal...and as a Sunday supper with hot rolls and butter. When we had a small restaurant in Arizona, I made my mushroom soup every day. We never had any left over. It got raves at a deli I worked at, too. I never cooked very much until my husband and I were married, 48 years ago. We're the parents of three grown sons and the grandparents of 12. -Beverly Rafferty, Winston, Oregon
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