Meatball Soup – warm and comforting, and low budget. Just what my cold soul needs on a rainy fall day.
Another simple, easy, elegant meal out of your crockpot! Perfect for a cold winter’s night: French Onion Soup. Canning instructions provided as well, for making large batches and keeping it for later.
I learned to make an incredible beef stock when I attended classes at the Culinary Institute of America. It takes time but the result is a rich stock that can be used for French onion soup or reduced to make a great sauce.
Try this light vegetable soup you can enjoy with the whole family. It’s made with vegetable broth, alphabet-shaped pasta, and a handful of my favorite veggies, including leafy greens, which are the number one food choice for optimal health! This recipe is simple to make and impossible to mess up. Cook up a batch and […]
I was the typical kid who thought asparagus was yucky. Slimy green stuff was not meant to be eaten. Now, I love it, especially grilled on the BBQ. Yum. Tonight, I made Cream of Asparagus Soup. I now have a second favorite way to eat asparagus.
One of my favorite soups was actually one I ate a lot in college. I went to Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. There is a little restaurant on the main drag in town called the East Bremer Diner, or EBD for short. They are known for their homemade salad dressings and their French onion soup. […]