Although spring has sprung, it is still a good time for soup, especially with our up and down temperatures. I created a warming soup for a cold spring day and to celebrate this round of Cook the Books. . . . → Read More: Unprejudiced Palate Italian Soup
Sometimes I am totally clueless which unfortunately fits today’s post too well. You see, by 6:00 a.m. EST, I was supposed to have my Blogger C.L.U.E. post up and ready.
Other than my cluelessness, lack of time management and irresponsibility, I have no excuse.
My assigned blog for February was Sue from A . . . → Read More: Rustic Tortellini Soup for a Late #Blogger C.L.U.E.
Green chiles, potatoes, cabbage and smoked sausage come together for a delectable and pretty darn easy soup. . . . → Read More: Green Chile and Sausage Soup
This is a quick soup to whip up for lunch. If you don’t have andouille, use simple smoked sausage instead. . . . → Read More: Andouille-Butternut Soup
I have been trying to highlight some of the food that I served during the recent Thanksgiving week of family, food and fun. This dish did not make it to the table during that week because basically we had too much food. I did make it for a quick weeknight dinner last week . . . → Read More: Corn Chowder with Andouille
Plan on having a heart-healthy Halloween with this savory and velvety soup from the American Heart Association. . . . → Read More: Butternut Squash and Apple Soup (with Sage)
I’m in a funk….
Work has been busy but what else is new?
Although I have cooked and baked, I just haven’t felt like posting anything. (And if I am being totally forthcoming here, I haven’t cooked or baked all that much. Lots of sandwiches recently ’round here.)
Is it the weather change?
Am I . . . → Read More: Roasted Tomato Soup
For this month’s film for Food ‘n Flix, Heather (from girlichef) chose a couple of animated comedies: Kung Fu Panda and Kung Fu Panda 2. Here is my inspired dish. . . . → Read More: Furious Five-Spice Noodle Soup
For my very first Secret Recipe Club assignment back in July 2011, I tried to roast chickpeas. I love chickpeas and I love wasabi peas so I had high hopes. They came out soggy and chewy, not crunchy and delicious. (Needless to say I moved on to another recipe.)
Recently I was . . . → Read More: White Bean-Tomato Soup with Chickpea “Croutons”
For my last post, I presented a recipe for “French Peasant Bread” and mentioned how wonderful this bread was to accompany soup. I teased you with an upcoming potato soup and decided to continue my peasant theme.
Just waiting for the soup.
Growing up we had some go-to quick suppers that my . . . → Read More: Okie Peasant Potato Soup