Feeling the desire to hibernate for the winter? Fire up your slow cooker and cozy up with one of these easy slow cooker recipes to keep you warm even when the weather is cold. Every year around this time I am hit with an intense desire to hibernate for the rest of winter. I know […]
Worried about being buried in a mountain of leftover Thanksgiving turkey this week? Use those leftovers to whip up an easy Turkey Noodle Soup or any of these 8 easy recipes for using leftover turkey! If you’re anything like me, preparing for Thanksgiving goes something like this: Determine how big of a turkey you need […]
Need to make dinner in a hurry? Skip the drive thru and make one of these easy recipes using rotisserie chicken instead! I say this every fall: this season is insanely busy. Between getting Elle to all of her regular activities, making sure we aren’t forgetting any special fall school events (I see you, Trunk […]
Approximately 795 million people globally do not have
enough food at their disposal to lead a very basic healthy life according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Sub-Saharan Africa, which includes countries like Burundi, Nigeria, and Ugunda, is the region with the highest percentage of hunger with one in every four people being severely undernourished. […]
Do you want to keep your body well and functioning at peak abilities? Would you want to know about a perfect food that could regulate blood sugar, help prevent heart disease and certain cancers, plus help promote weight loss?
Yes, of course, you would, and there is a simple food out there that can do […]
In honor of one of our all-time favorites…The late, great Anthony Bourdain started his memoir Kitchen Confidential about his life as a chef…”My first indication that food was something other than a substance one stuffed in one’s face when hungry…came on a family vacation to Europe, on the Queen Mary,….our first trip to my father’s […]
A steaming mug of soup on a chilly afternoon is the perfect way to warm up, especially if you’re someone who finds that the cold weather affects your overall mood and energy levels. One in five Americans are diagnosed with a mental health condition each year, but, worryingly, 56% do not seek treatment for their […]
During 2017 the American weight-loss market had an estimated net- worth of approximately $66 billion. Around 50 million Americans go on a diet every year with only about 5% managing to keep the weight off, according to Colorado State University. People tend to opt for quick-fix weight-loss programs instead of more realistic, and […]
So you received an Instant Pot for Christmas! Congratulations! What to do next? Make soup, of course! The cooks in Frontier Soups’ kitchen have been stirring up recipe adaptations for six of our most popular bean soup mixes to speed up the cooking time. Amazingly, all our test results showed […]
Use this Recipe to create some delicious home-made chicken stock. You can place in containers to store in the fridge if using quickly, or you can store it in the freezer.
December, 2017 – World AIDS Day salutes the ongoing battle against HIV that globally infects 34.5 million adults and children. LifeStitches Uganda strives to decrease the burden of AIDS for
HIV -positive women and AIDS Orphans living in West Nile Uganda. If you have received this newsletter, you’ve helped our mission! Our sincere thanks!Global AIDS Today
The Medicinal and Therapeutic Value of Soup
Ever wondered why you are given chicken soup when you have the sniffles? A study reveals that chicken soup has indeed medicinal benefits that have an impact on certain parts of the body preventing the virus from spreading and the flu from developing further. This is the main reason […]
Eating healthfully is on most people’s minds these days. Newly released U.S. Dietary Guidelines make it simple to get into action by choosing an overall healthy eating plan with key recommendations:1. Follow a healthy eating pattern across the lifespan2. Focus on variety, nutrient density and amount.3. Follow an eating pattern low in sugars and saturated […]
Try this beer infused recipe variation for our popular Illinois Prairie Corn Chowder Mix.
A new study has found that Americans don’t drink enough water on a daily basis. The CDC recommends that men should have a daily fluid intake of 125 ounces for men and 91 ounces for women. However, the research found that most women are barely meeting the recommended target […]
Probiotic foods have gotten a lot of attention lately because those foods, such as yogurt, are rich in good bacteria for one’s gut. But to grow that good bacteria and make it work in the gut another group of foods are needed called prebiotics.
Prebiotic foods are like fuel for good bacteria. They have certain fibrous […]
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a staggering
36.5% of adults in the USA suffer from obesity. It is no wonder that the diet industry is being inundated with fad-diets promising unrealistic results which more often than not see the user regaining all the lost weight, and even more. It cannot […]
Fresh corn is in season! Just in time for 4th of July cooking, delicious salad recipes for picnics all summer!
This recipe would also make an awesome party dip served with tortilla chips. Serves 6.
Frontier Soups continues to support the LifeStitches Program in Uganda that teaches mothers with HIV/AIDS sewing skills to help sustain their families. Following an 18-24 month training program in Maracha Uganda, eight mothers graduated in April and will be able to provide for their families with their sewing machines. Five mothers plan to open a […]