My guess this week, Jan Miller; to talk about Better Home and Gardens “Ultimate Soups & Stews.”

You’ll never run out of delicious soups and stews with this extensive, photo-filled collection of recipes.  This new addition to the ultimate series features enough incredible soups and stews to try a new recipe every day of the year! It’s all here, from timeless classics like potato chowder to intriguing new flavors like minted watermelon soup. Perfect for any day and any season, these recipes cover every course, from appetizers to desserts (believe it or not!) and every season, from hearty winter comfort foods to light and chilled summer refreshers.

Nearly 500 pages in length and packed with full-color photographs and hundreds of inventive recipes, The Ultimate Soups and Stews Book is a great deal at an unbeatable price.  Includes 400 recipes covering every meal, every season, and virtually any occasion 250 full-color photos will keep you inspired when it’s time to fire up the stewpot Features more than 100 recipes that are perfect for fuss-free preparation in your slow cooker.

Packed with tips and helpful pointers, including information on ingredients, how to make your own stock, and much more.  Whether you’re full-time soup lover or just love a meal that’s simple and easy to prepare, this is the ultimate soup cookbook for you.

Good Life Guy’s Wine of The Week:
2010 Zolo Cabernet Reserve Cabernet

The 2010 Zolo Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is a worthy follow-up to the 2009. It has a sedate, well-defined bouquet of kirsch, cranberry, raspberry and that gravel note. The palate is full-bodied and well-balanced with earthy ripe black fruit. It is a little broody, but draws you in, and the finish is powerful but wonderfully focused. This is a classy Cabernet.”  93 Points  The Wine Advocate

Something rich, bold and red…bring on the stew!  Get ya some at Jacob Liquor on North Rock Road…

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