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by on January 9th, 2017

Egg Flower Soup

This is such a delicate soup and so pretty.

I’ve told you before how food memories stick in my head and I can recall them years later even decades later. Well, that is the case for this recipe

Back when the kids were all still at home we went skiing in Park City, Utah one year. I don’t know about you but when we have gone skiing everyone is so exhausted when they get off the slopes no one wants to go any place for dinner. After falling my first time out back in the late 80’s and I […]

by on March 5th, 2016

Tomato and Cauliflower Soup

A delicious combination of vegetables.

I said years ago that after moving to Texas I was tired of waiting for it to turn cold to make soup and decided that whenever the cravings for soup arose (they do often) I would make it whatever the temperature may be outside. Now that our temperatures are edging close to 80° (I hope we still have some cool temperatures left for the Spring.) I’m still trying out some soup recipes that I find interesting.

Last weekend our grandson Thomas came to visit. He won’t be two until May but he is developing […]

by on January 10th, 2016

Four Bean Chili

Is it cold enough at your place for chili?

This was going to be my last post of the year but my Asparagus and Shiitake mushroom dish nosed it out and besides it is just now cold enough to make chili here. Christmas day was 80° in our part of Texas but now it’s down in the 40’s (what a difference a couple of week make.).

Thanks Katherine Heigl for your Chili recipe. I love Katherine Heigl. She seems like the most down to earth movie star (do people still say movie star?**) and I have watched every movie […]

by on December 26th, 2015

Butternut Squash Soup with Fried Sage Leaves

Orange and delicious soup.

Twas the days after Christmas, when all through the house

No one was stirring, not even a hungry mouse;

The stockings were not hung, but lay empty and neglected;

And everyone was still hoping that mom would come through

For just one more yummy meal.

Since those visions of sugar-plums still danced in their heads.

So, what’s a mama to do, but cook some soup for the family

Who is exhausted from all those delicious Christmas treats.

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by on December 16th, 2015

Cornbread and Buttermilk Soup

Now this is a first for me!

In my opinion, Rhubarb restaurant is one of the best we dined at while visiting in Asheville last year.

The recipe for their Buttermilk Soup with Cornbread (the cornbread is actually crumbled in the soup and pureed) appeared in Garden and Gun magazine a while back and I couldn’t resist trying it. Although, my first instinct was “yuck” I read the recipe and thought I should give it a try before turning the page on yet another recipe that I might have liked if only I’d given it a chance.

I’ve probably […]

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