This has to be one of my favorite meals, vegan or not. It’s even better in the summer when the vegetables are in season and you can wash it down with a glass of crisp white. By the way, still on the Daniel Fast. One. More. Week. So, here’s the meal. First I make homemade [...]
Category Archive for 'Soup'
Here is a great way to preserve almost any vegetable – Homemade Vegetable Bouillon. I saw this recipe on 101cookbooks.com quite awhile ago and thought it was a brilliant idea. In fact, I couldn’t believe I had never thought of it or saw it before.
I certainly love lentil soup. I’ve refrained from posting too many lentil recipes on here, because I’m afraid it could get out of hand. This one is worth posting, though. It’s simple to make with very few ingredients, but still full of flavor. Maybe you’ll consider it for Easter this year, which is right around [...]
I struggled with whether I should share this soup now or later. As in much later. It’s not in season. The main stars are tomatoes, red bell peppers and beets for goodness sake. Unless you have some in your freezer from last season, it’s hard to come by good tasting tomatoes in KC right now. [...]
This is going to be the last soup recipe for awhile — I promise (with my fingers crossed). It’s been a good break for me to be able to warm up leftovers. Light and healthy leftovers at that. Today’s recipe is a simple chicken soup, but made with gluten-free wild rice instead of noodles. It [...]
There is one thing and one thing only that inspired the following soup recipe – cold weather. Really cold weather. In fact, just saying it was cold this week in Kansas City does not even begin to explain the severity of the situation. School was even canceled due to the frigid cold temperatures. So, as [...]
This is going to be a quick one, as I am in the midst of giving the ‘ole homestead a New Years make over and I have a deadline I’m working against (translation: husband is out of town for one week). Anyways, this soup thing is really working out for me. I made my second [...]
Happy New Year! Since I concluded 2010 with several sugar and butter centric posts, it only seems fitting that my very first post of 2011 is on…detoxing. The holidays are over and while it might seem trite, our bodies could probably use a break from all of the incredibly fun and tasty havoc we’ve wreaked [...]
Since Thanksgiving is just one day away, I thought I would share some of my favorite festive recipes. You know, just in case you are still wondering what to grace your table with. I will be making a Cranberry Apple Cake from Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips.
I apologize for the technical difficulties earlier this week. If you didn’t notice the website was down for a few days. Everything has been restored. During the month of November, Tonya and I are volunteering for an after school program at Frank Rushton Elementary School in Kansas City, KS. We are teaching weekly cooking classes [...]