soups/stews

split pea soup

split pea soup | movita beaucoup

It is done. I graduated from baking school – with honours. I didn’t even fall off the stage. And for the first time in months, I’ve got time to do stuff. It has been an adjustment; I mostly sit around and make lists of stuff I should do, and then wander aimlessly doing other stuff. On…

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carrot and leek soup

carrot and leek soup | movita beaucoup

This soup tastes of carrots and a hint of wine. It’s flavour is gentle, so it pairs well with any number of main dishes, or easily stands on it’s own. I’ve been making it for years and years, and I’ll never tire of it. . . . Carrot and Leek Soup recipe: adapted from a…

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chicken, veggie and rice soup/stoup

chicken, veggie & rice soup/stoup | movita beaucoup

. . . I’ve been meaning to give you a baking school update, but going to school full time whilst still working part time is a combination that makes you feel like crud. I’m up at about 5 am each morning, and then I’m at school for the day (sweating, crying, etc.). In the afternoon,…

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seafood chowder 2.0

seafood chowder 2.0 | movita beaucoup

I no longer blog about food. But don’t fret! You can find the recipe for Beaucoup Seafood Chowder in this ebook:  

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carrot ginger soup

I don’t want to complain again, but it is still raining here. And when I woke this morning, I woke to the news that we now have a heavy rainfall warning in effect for today. It has been so, so dark, and so very depressing. 2.0 says that things are sprouting in the veggie patch,…

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slow cooker chicken noodle soup

Please excuse my French, but holy crapé! My house smells good. Crazy good. And a little while ago? When I went out to buy liquor run errands and then returned to my house? No words, people. No words. 2.0 has been sniffly this week. Because I had the day off, I thought I’d rise bright…

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jackie’s fish chowder

I’m a Maritimer. Born and raised in Nova Scotia. So is 2.0. Maritimers are a happy and… robust people. Mostly because we like to eat chowder. Lots of it. Don’t tell me you don’t like fish. And don’t even think about saying you don’t like lobster. Because you do. And don’t tell me that all…

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