Soup weather! I said IT’S SOUP WEATHER! I get excited when I make soup; there’s something so nourishing and comforting about a big ol’ pot of soup on the go on the stove. This one is so good! It ticks all the boxes: rich, filling, sweet, spicy, makes the house smell divine! Drooling yet? Let’s …

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How was your holiday everyone? Were there lots of leftovers? Allow me to suggest this soup to try. Most of what I used was leftover from my Christmas feast, what wasn’t I had stashed in the freezer. That’s the beauty of soup! Broth, a few veggies, some leftover protein…Boom! Dinner. Vegetable Beef Soup 6 cups …

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It’s a step up from the classic tomato soup, but just as comforting! Tomato Soup 2 tablespoons Olive Oil 2 whole Roasted Red Peppers (instructions follow) 1 small Onion 2 Carrots Salt & Pepper 2 28oz. cans Tomato Puree or Whole Peeled Tomatoes 2 cups Water 1 Bay Leaf 1 tablespoon Fresh or Dried Parsley …

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Recently I’ve been watching Rachel Khoo on Cooking Channel in the U.S. They’ve been replaying her BBC Two show The Little Paris Kitchen. I love her recipes and her teeny tiny Paris kitchen! Last night I made her Chicken Dumpling Soup. Yum! I’ll be delivering the left over to an ailing family member later today. …

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In Oregon the weather still isn’t summer like yet. The laziness that hits, has arrived however and I just haven’t been in a complex recipe mood. Soup is the ultimate lazy cook dish. I used up leftover veggies but you can include anything you’d like. Vegetable Noodle Soup 2 tablespoons Olive Oil 1 small Onion, …

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I’ve been reading a great book. A love story set in Paris, with recipes? That’s just so entirely my thing it’s almost as if this author wrote it with me in mind. Thanks Elizabeth, you’re awesome! I bought the E-reader version of the book so my Nook is doubling as my cookbook this time around. …

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