If you’re looking for a way to warm yourself, from the inside-out, you’ve come to the right place.
Today’s roundup of homemade “love in a bowl” is just what you need to thaw out your family and friends, and give them a big old food-hug!
It doesn’t often happen that I’ll make a meal twice in a matter of two weeks time. However, this Italian Pepperoni Soup is so amazing I could easily see myself making it on a regular weekly rotation, and that’s saying something pretty special!
When purchasing vegetables and herbs for homemade herbed chicken stock, it’s best (and healthiest) to keep them all organic, if possible. When it comes to choosing organic poultry, you’ll find that you get even more flavor out of a smaller organic chicken than a larger non-organic chicken, which makes buying organic easier on your wallet than you may have thought.
This recipe is also a great way to sneak extra veggies into you kids without them knowing. The creaminess doesn’t come from cream at all; it comes from cooked and pureed cauliflower. They’ll never even suspect you pulled one over on them. Score one for mom! After all, it’s done in the name of love, and that can never be wrong!
My husband’s least favorite vegetable are peas, so it was my quest to make a split pea soup that even he would enjoy. Personal challenge accepted. Game on!
Creamy Roasted Celery Soup is perfect for these frozen winter days. Roasting the celery and vegetables before blending gives this soup a wonderful depth of flavor and a mild celery taste. I believe that celery is an underutilized vegetable that hasn’t gotten its full recognition like broccoli or cauliflower have of late. Because …
I came up with my version of Meatless Kudos Tuscan Pasta Soup one night while I was looking through my cabinets and pantry deciding what to make for dinner. The result was this deeply rich and hearty soup that went together quickly, but tasted like it had simmered on the stove top all day.