Jai Van der Heide

Jai Van der Heide

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This wonton noodle soup recipe is as comforting as it is authentic. Pork and shrimp wontons, clear broth, and hong kong style egg noodles make an awesome dish.

This wonton noodle soup recipe is as comforting as it is authentic. Pork and shrimp wontons, clear broth, and hong kong style egg noodles make an awesome dish.

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup 2 Nov. 2014, Got the urge for some great old-fashioned soup and this fit the bill. I did the recipe exactly as is except for the noodles. I used large egg noodles. Great comfort food and I will definitely make it again. More

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup 2 Nov. 2014, Got the urge for some great old-fashioned soup and this fit the bill. I did the recipe exactly as is except for the noodles. I used large egg noodles. Great comfort food and I will definitely make it again. More

Small Batch Chocolate Cupcakes with Vanilla Bean Frosting. Recipe makes only 4! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

Small Batch Chocolate Cupcakes with Vanilla Bean Frosting. Recipe makes only 4! Check out more on Shutterbean.com

This Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry Recipe is super easy to throw together and full of great flavour. This is a super easy family dinner recipe!

This Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry Recipe is super easy to throw together and full of great flavour. This is a super easy family dinner recipe!

Slow Cooker Guinness Beef Stew - Easily made ahead, Guinness Extra Stout adds rich flavor to this hearty Irish dish. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

Slow Cooker Guinness Beef Stew - Easily made ahead, Guinness Extra Stout adds rich flavor to this hearty Irish dish. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

Split pea and ham soup is so surprisingly easy, especially in a pressure cooker. It takes about 3 minutes of chopping, 4 minutes of pressure cooking time and then 20 minutes to just let it sit. My friend, Wendy taught me her version, which actually comes from the back of the package of split peas!

Split pea and ham soup is so surprisingly easy, especially in a pressure cooker. It takes about 3 minutes of chopping, 4 minutes of pressure cooking time and then 20 minutes to just let it sit. My friend, Wendy taught me her version, which actually comes from the back of the package of split peas!