Even non-soup people will feel satisfied with this flavorful and texturally rich soup! It’s cold, so eat soup!
StyleBlueprint recipes are perfect for weeknight meals, special celebrations, Sunday brunches, and everything in between. Our recipes are not complicated, but are big on flavor. We tend to be healthier than what you typically think of as "Southern fare." These are the recipes we cook ourselves and are perfect for busy people. We also have modern Southern recipes perfect for the abundance of fresh vegetables the South has on hand throughout the year!
This recipe is straight from Laura Lea Goldberg’s healthy and delicious blog, LL Balanced and part of our SB Challenge “Back to the Table” where we feature seven recipes each Sunday, for three weeks, and challenge our readers to gather around a home-cooked meal each night! Her cookbook is wildly popular and available right here
This healthier version of fajitas will have you loving all of the flavor and missing none of the traditionally added oils.
Cold weather calls for chili. Busy lives call for crockpot recipes. You’ll love this one, which blends the best of both!
Want an easy, high-protein, paleo meal that works with many New Year’s resolutions, including Whole30 and more? These ham and egg cups are oh-so-good, and they’re equally as easy to make!
Cold temperatures outside and comfort food inside go hand in hand — and potatoes and cheese are the ultimate in comfort! Plus, you’ll find two more recipes perfect for New Year’s Day — happy cooking!
Here’s a very quick recipe just in time for New Year’s parties, bowl games, the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics!
What do chefs serve at home for the holidays? Twelve of our favorite local chefs and restaurateurs share their beloved holiday dishes. Image: Folk’s Folly
When the weather turns chilly, it’s time for … CHILI! Here are some delicious chili recipes to warm you right up!
We dug through our recipe box to find some of the most amazing soup recipes. Whip up a batch or two of these yummy ideas this weekend!