The first time I tried making this soup we had some friends coming over for dinner. Although I’d never experimented with the soup before, I had an idea in my head of what I was looking for and so I “tested out” this idea of a recipe on my company. Aaaaanndd …
Super soups. Gluten-free. Vegan. Delicious.
I looked out at the bare garden soil this morning and decided it was time to warm our brows in the sunshine and cool our toes in the dirt.
Mark your calendar!! April 20 is the day!
What day, you ask? Why Lima Bean Respect Day, of course. I mean nothing says April 20 like the plump little lima bean. (Really. I wouldn’t make this stuff up.)
Send a card. Sing a song. Invite …
I feel like I’m living in a snow globe. And my son is standing at the window singing “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”.
Serve this low-fat, high-fiber lentil soup with some whole-grain bread and you have a delicious and filling meal.
Last week, some friends and I made a bunch of food for a big crowd. We had lots of yummy stuff, but interestingly (at least to me), the most requested recipe was the
Porotos Granados is a popular light summer soup from the country of Chile. It embraces the fresh summer harvest of cranberry beans, corn, tomatoes, and squash, which are all indigenous to Chile and available in abundance in the late summer months.
You won’t believe how quick and easy it is to make this refreshing, chilled, peach soup!
Before I share this recipe with you, there are a few things I need to tell you first.
Borscht When I was a child, I was quite content to live on cereal, tater tots, and ice cream day after day (if I would have been allowed), and yet …