RECIPE OF THE MONTH
by Phil Calkins
January and February are the months that a good bowl of soup warms more than just the body. The following recipe is one of my winter favorites. It is very easy to make. The “secret” is the seasonings. The quantities are not a misprint, you really do use the amounts called for. If you follow the recipe, you will truly enjoy a good bowl of soup.
JALAPENO POPPER SOUP
by Tiffany Ann Rea
Wintertime can get me down. The cold days, brown grass, dead trees, and grey skies just seem to zap me. I usually want comfort food when I’m feeling that way. (bring on the Mac and Cheese) , but I am trying to eat healthier. This recipe may be higher in fats but it’s low in carbs, so it’s a healthier option. Besides, it’s yummy comfort food.
CHILLED CUCUMBER SOUP
by Dominic Parks, Jr.
Dominic attended U of A in Fayetteville, studying Hospitality and Restaurant
Management, while attending he had a food stand on Dickson Street and catered events for various local Organizations, individuals, and events for U of A. In 2014 he moved to Dallas, TX and fine-tuned his culinary skills at the Art Institute of Dallas. He is the founder of the successful ChefNIC & Co.