Blueberry SoupBy Ginny's TeamLazy Day Freezer StewBy Ginny's TeamKeep a few bags of lazy day freezer stew in the fridge for those weeknights when you want a filling meal without any cooking. Hearty stew ingredients like beef, potatoes, carrots, and onions can be sealed in a freezer bag and stored for up to four months. When you're ready to eat, just throw it in the slow cooker. This is a great recipe to keep in mind for meals with lots of leftovers; it's easy to substitute beef with turkey, for example, or leave out a few of the vegetables. Just toss in whatever you have on hand, and you have yourself a bag of lazy day freezer stew!Potato Bacon ChowderBy Ginny's TeamTaco ChiliBy Ginny's TeamHamburger StewBy Ginny's TeamBeef StewBy Ginny's TeamCreamy Chicken Noodle SoupBy Ginny's TeamSure, you can heat up chicken noodle soup from a can—but with this homemade creamy chicken noodle soup recipe, you won’t want to! You can make this simple chicken noodle soup with just a handful of ingredients and hardly any hands-on time. Grab a medium saucepan and a few boxes of chicken broth, and let’s get started.Brunswick StewBy Ginny's TeamWhen we were researching our trip to the south and the region's popular recipes, we ran across more than one recipe for Brunswick Stew. To be honest, we were skeptical at first, and weren't sure how all of the different ingredients would come together. But one morning, we took a leap and made it for lunch. We're so glad we did. The recipe made more than enough for the entire Ginny's Team and we had plenty to freeze for later. When we were researching our trip to the south and the region's popular recipes, we ran across more than one recipe for Brunswick Stew.Beef Barley SoupBy Ginny's TeamWouldn't a hot bowl of Beef Barley Soup be perfect for a cold winter night at home? Some nights, it's nice to just cuddle in with a blanket and an easily made bowl of soup - and even some homemade bread! Beef Barley Soup is great because it can easily be adjusted with different vegetables. Wouldn't some corn or potatoes be wonderful? What else would you add? Recipe Submitted by J. Johnson from California.