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Cioppino (Seafood Stew)
Cioppino is essentially a fish stew generally made with a tomato and wine sauce. This is one stew I don't mind eating on a hot summer day because it's always so light and refreshing. Feel free to get creative with the seafood of choice, whatever you can find fresh is always best!
Oven Roasted Chicken
What I love about roasting chicken is that not only do you get delicious, tender chicken to eat but after you remove the chicken from the bone, you can use the carcass to make one of the most flavorful bone broths in the world! Bone broth is full of countless nutrients like amino acids, vitamins, minerals, as well as gut healing nutrients like L-glutamine and collagen. Check out my article for more information on the amazing health benefits of bone broth!
Rutabaga Leek Soup
This is my take on the classic potato leek soup but made with my favorite..rutabagas. Rutabagas are a mix between a turnip and a cabbage and are an excellent source of vitamin C, so this nourishing soup is perfect for the colder months to help boost the immune system. Rutabagas are also a good source of potassium, manganese, fiber, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin B6. Check out a few of my other recipes like Rutabaga Fries or Mashed Rutabaga and Cauliflower for more ideas on ways to cook with rutabagas!