I’ll keep this short and sweet. I’m making this recipe tonight from my Italian Cuisine book. The Creamy Carrot Fennel Soup is, well, it’s awesome. I happen to have a lot of carrots thanks to my CSA so BAM. Done. Decision made. If you don’t have my latest book, I’m going to be super nice and give you this recipe because it would be mean
Last night in a rush to prepare dinner, I made one of my fairly standard go to meals; but it always comes out different. I call it “Kitchen Sink Soup” because everything I can find in my kitchen typically goes into it, except the kitchen sink… Before we ate, I took a picture of my bowl (it was so pretty!!) and quickly put it up
This recipe was inspired by a reader who emailed me a recipe that he created for a seafood curry that was served over roasted pumpkin. Of course I can never leave anything alone so I revised his recipe to make this Creamy Pumpkin Curry. The whole family loved this savory fall soup and I hope your family does as well!
I recently posted about the endless soup options one can come up with from simply boiling down a left over chicken carcass. Besides the chocolate custard that I made for my family on Valentines Day, I also roasted a chicken and the next day came up with this delicious and blog worthy soup. The rain is back in Northern CA and having a warm and
I must say, this soup was a huge success! So good in fact that the leftovers I imagined enjoying today were gone in a flash as I watched the last bits of soup being scraped from the bottom of the pot. I’m not sure what the heck I’m going to do as my boys continue to grow, and eat, and eat, and grow and holy
This weekend we had a terrific rain storm which kept us huddled around the fire and craving soup. This soup is easy, delicious, comforting, and tastes even better the next day. Here’s how you do it: Cover the bottom of a big pot with olive oil and add 1 diced red onion. When onions start to become transparent add 1 lb of grass fed beef and 1