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Wednesday, November 4, 2009

$2 Dinners- Soups and Stews Help Save you Bucks

Happy Wednesday! The new $2 Dinners column is out, and this week I focus on budget-friendly soups and stews. I need to mention that the Chicken and Cheesy Ravioli Soup had a name change and three other ingredients that somehow did not make it to press (there was a mix-up). In addition to the other ingredients, I added 3-4 small sage leaves, chopped, and 1 small sprig fresh rosemary, chopped (or 1/4 tsp. dried crushed rosemary), and a splash of white wine (optional). These were added when the chicken, parsley and garlic powder went into the soup. The final name of this dish is supposed to be Tuscan Chicken "Noodle" Soup.
I would also like to note that this recipe was inspired by one that was developed by my foodie friend and fellow food-writer, Anne Coleman for Disney's To see more of Anne's fabulous recipes, please visit her website, or on her blog for Disney at


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