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Vegan Campfire Chili

Vegan Campfire Chili

This easy to make chili packs a hearty and spicy punch that is sure to warm you up on a cold night! The name “Campfire Chili” came about because I had originally planned to serve it up for dinner while we were camping recently but… […]

Chipotle Spiced Black Bean Vegan Chili

Chipotle Spiced Black Bean Vegan Chili

Hi! Welcome to This Wife Cooks! Let me just begin by saying — Wow! What a crazy storm!! Snowzilla dumped three feet on us and we were snowed in for three days. I never fully appreciated what it meant to be “snowed in” until this past […]

Tortellini Soup with Spinach and Tomatoes

Tortellini Soup with Spinach and Tomatoes

Hi!  Welcome to This Wife Cooks! As I type this post, the family and I are in full storm prep mode… The first big snowstorm of the year, recently upgraded to blizzard status, is forecasted to arrive tomorrow…  So get your bread and milk, then settle in at home with a […]

Vegetable & Tortellini Chowder

Vegetable & Tortellini Chowder

It’s been snowing all day and the storm has dropped several inches of snow on us with no sign of slowing down yet today. The weatherman is predicting around 9″ of snow before the day is over and I have to admit, I’m enjoying it. I love the way a […]

Vegetable Tortellini Stew

Vegetable Tortellini Stew

Open a bottle of red and get ready to make a hearty and delicious stew!  This is what we had two nights ago along with some herbed biscuits for dipping.  Don’t worry about leftovers.  This stew freezes really well! 2 TBSP olive oil 1lb. vegan sausage […]

Black Bean Chili

Black Bean Chili

I don’t know why I’ve waited so long to write a post about this chili.  I’ve been serving it for years, usually over couscous or rice, and everyone loves it!  Last night though, I served the chili by itself and it was just as satisfying […]

White Chili

White Chili

It’s a snowy Spring day here and I am planning to serve leftovers fantastic chili/soup for dinner.  I say, “chili/soup” because you can control the consistency.  We like it more soupy, so I simmer it with a lid.  If you prefer something thicker, leave the lid […]


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