amazing corn chowder

Corn Chowder Cooking Show

Corn Chowder

amazing corn chowderIs this not one of the most beautiful bowls of soup you have ever seen?

I know right!  Peppers, celery, onions, corn, carrots, potatoes all in a wonderfully puree’d potatoes to create a wonderful chowder.

  • hearty enough for a lunch
  • make ahead
  • freezable
  • ready in less than 30 minutes!

Print the Recipe

To print the pfd for corn chowder click –> corn chowder pdf.

Watch Around the Kitchen Table Show

 Plant Based Nutrition Recommendations

  •  If you can’t find fresh use frozen peppers, onions and carrots.  In this recipe I used frozen corn on the cob and bagged corn.
  • Add different seasonings.  Chipolte, Curry, Lemon Liquor all would be really good.
  • Use pre made hash browns to thicken the soup.
  • Serve as a side dish with vegan tacos.

Is eating farm to table, seasonal and sustainable your “thing”?

You can find me in the studio, my kitchen or online here :

Twitter

Instagram

Pinterest

Facebook

Renee’s Kitchen You Tube Channel
Be Blessed as you eat and cook with L.O.V.E.

oxox, Renee

 

Share and Enjoy

  • RSS
  • Email
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
potato soup (blab)

Vegan Potato Soup Cooking Show on Blab

Vegan Potato Soup

I make the most amazing vegan potato soup ever!  I just do.  In my younger days as a deli goddess, this soup was a huge hit!  What I noticed was if I didn’t add meat, it was still a hit.  What I also noticed is that my profit margin was greater without the additional cost of meat.  Win-Win.  In my own home this soup has evolved from making homemade stock with a ham bone to the version you see on the video below.

potato soup (blab)

Print the Recipe

For the recipe you can print the recipe, show notes and random information that was in my head as I put together this video. Download the potato soup PDF here!Potato Soup

 In this show . . .

I really make two different soups.  The first soup is my soup–I love potato soup with celeriac or celery root.  The second soup is almost the same but it has chunks of carrots and celery vs. the celery root–the flavor is a little more intense with the celery root.  The other small difference is my soup has more garlic :-)!

Cooking Show on Blab

Is eating farm to table, seasonal and sustainable is your “thing”?

You can find me in the studio, my kitchen or online here :

Twitter

Instagram

Pinterest

Facebook

Renee’s Kitchen You Tube Channel

Plant Based Nutrition Tips

  • This recipe lends itself to switching out peppers for yellow and green zucchini.
  • Adding brown rice adds a hearty touch to this recipe.
  • Try roasting the carrots instead of sautéing them.
  • Switch out leeks for the onions.
  • Top with mango salsa.

Be Blessed as you eat and live with L.O.V.E.

oxox, Renee

Share and Enjoy

  • RSS
  • Email
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
oatmeal

Oatmeal 101: a Blab Cooking Show

Oatmeal 101

Do you know I do a cooking show?

I do and it is pretty cool.  Just me and my friend Chef Dennis–he is in Florida and I’m in Illinois–we meet up on a live streaming platform called Blab.  Since I AM my own production team–hair, wardrobe, make up (let’s be honest here–I brush my hair, slap on some lip gloss and pick out an apron, nothing tricky) BUT the tech part of it is a huge challenge for me.  On Blab you can be in the test zone–this is a place where I do a sound check, lighting and see what my cameras have in the back ground.  (this is crucial because I don’t clean my entire kitchen!!!!)

I was in the test zone for this blab and a guy came on and asked me all kinds of questions about oatmeal.  It was awesome!  He received  one on one food  coaching and I worked out a few glitches in my presentation about oatmeal.  His first question was . . .

Why a Show on Oatmeal?

He went on saying that oatmeal was boring and he didn’t understand why anyone would want to eat it.  I laughed because I get that a lot!  More than what you might know.  Oatmeal is tasteless and boring.  If you feel this way, please change your mindset.  Watch this show and afterwards I invite you to make boring oatmeal!

Watch me here

A super fun show on oatmeal!

My favorites

I have two.  One is Bob’s Red Mill–all of the oatmeals are wonderful but one in particular stands out for me Muesli and I combine that with a local stone cut oatmeal from Baker Miller.  The combination of the nuts and berries of the muesli with the earthy chewiness of the stone cut oats is a perfect combination for me.  Did I mention that it cooks in about 5 minutes?

Plant Based Nutrition Recommendations

  • try out a few types of oatmeal, they are different in texture and flavor
  • add some super fun toppings
  • commit to having oatmeal once a week
  • remember you can easily make a double batch and reheat in the microwave (I do this all the time)
  • google oatmeal and your health concern–be proactive in your health care

Are you following me?

I post photos of my food on my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/reneebaudeskitchen/), Instagram and on twitter . . . follow me there for inspiration!

Be Blessed as you live and cook with L.O.V.E.,

oxox,

Renee

P.S. check out this post about oatmeal!

 

Share and Enjoy

  • RSS
  • Email
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn