Herbes de Provence Brie Stuffed Chicken Breast with Caramelized Onions and Herbed Rice

Posted by Wine & Spice on 1/28/2015 to Chicken & Poultry

This dish is as delicious to look at as it tastes!  My  family really enjoys the Herbes de Provence!  Truly versatile and wonderful in almost everything from breakfast to dinner!   My kids especially like to add it to olive oil to dip fresh bread in.  You can use any cheese you like to stuff the chicken with, I chose brie because it is soo creamy and the flavor pairs beautifully with the Herbes de Provence.


I enjoyed a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon with this meal.


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Spice it Up

Posted by Milford Spice on 1/7/2015

With the bustling and hectic holiday season behind, you may find that you have a little spare time on your hands.  Perhaps one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat out less.  Either way, it’s a terrific time to hone your cooking skills!

Mexican Blast Chicken Soup

Posted by Wine & Spice on 1/6/2015 to South of the Border


I continue on my soup kick!  There is something so comforting and soothing about making a soup as well as eating it.  Today I am making a chicken soup with a Mexican influence.  The Mexican Blast is such a complete southwestern spice, just the right combination for spicy and flavorful.  My girls are gymnasts and really enjoy a lighter meal before one of their rigorous practices!


A mug of Corona with Lime pairs very well with this meal!


Wine and Spice Make everything nice!



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Berber Sausage Kale Bean Soup

Posted by Wine & Spice on 1/5/2015 to Soup

It is still really cold in the Rockies and I am on a soup kick!  It is so easy to make and so good for you.  Soup also has the added benefit of helping to get rid of the dreaded holidays pounds!   The Berber Spice is a North African spice blend that really adds a wonderful kick!  It is a very versatile spice, I also love it on eggs!  I added both Kale and Spinach as well as some cubed Golden Beets.  Not everyone likes beets, so add if you wish.  My family loves it and I hope your will too!


A glass of Chardonnay pairs very well with this meal!


Wine and Spice Make everything nice!



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Barbie’s Famous Cheesy Potatoes

Posted by Busy Barbie on 1/3/2015 to Veggies!

It’s a well-known fact that cheesy potatoes vary from family to family. There is always debate as to the topping and the contents. My recipe uses a topping with corn flakes and others will disagree and insist on using potato chips. Mine also features the shredded Ore-Ida potatoes while many will argue they prefer the cubed frozen potatoes. All I know is I tried this recipe in 1979 and will swear that my recipe is by far the best you’ll ever eat. I have made this countless times. I have tasted many a variety of cheesy potatoes at pot-lucks and have never found one I like better. With that being said, let me also mention a recent addition to the long-time recipe – Milford Spice Company’s Awesome Onion Soup(which isn’t a soup, but is instead a spice packet). 


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Tuscan Turkey Spaghetti Sauce

Posted by Wine & Spice on 1/2/2015 to Italian

Happy New Year!  Hard to believe it is 2015!  Like most of America, I am trying to eat lighter after the holidays.  This Tuscan Turkey Spaghetti Sauce is easy on the hips and delightful on the lips.  If you want an even lighter meal you can use spiralized zucchini (or shredded) instead of the pasta noodles.  Perfect for a chilly January night.


A glass of Malbec pairs very well with this meal!


Wine and Spice Make everything nice!


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