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Lemon Asparagus Garlic Soup

In Dinners On March 17, 2013 0 Comments

Asparagus Season is now. March and April are the best months to buy and eat fresh asparagus…in the Northern Hemisphere anyway. Asparagus is so good for you, but… Read More »

The Sweet Potato and the Yam

In Dinners On February 4, 2013 0 Comments

I really like yams. If I could grow them, I certainly would, but they don’t grow around here in Seattle, WA. But they are cheap enough to buy,… Read More »

Tummy Soup (Carrot Ginger)

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On January 23, 2013 0 Comments

My boy is sick so I’m thinking of what will be easy on his tummy in the coming day(s) and what will be nutritious too. Carrot Ginger Soup!… Read More »

Vichyssoise meets cheesy broccoli soup!

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On January 8, 2013 0 Comments

I used homemade chicken broth, but you can use canned/boxed broth and some water. No salt is added or needed.

Split Pea Soup with Ham

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On December 21, 2012 0 Comments

Soup is my favorite food group! The varieties are far reaching. Anywhere in the world you can find a soup on the menu. Soups fill a tummy, feed… Read More »

Vegetarian Borscht

In Dinners, Gardening On December 20, 2012 0 Comments

Vegetarian Borscht!?!? From the land of lamb and mutton comes this beetroot soup, and I’ve dared to make it without any meat or broth at all. Crazy! Borscht… Read More »

Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

In Dinners, Kid-Friendly On November 26, 2012 0 Comments

This past week we’ve all been sick in my house, so soup is all I have been craving. I baked a chicken and then later boiled the carcass to make soup. This recipe will work for turkey as well as chicken, so keep that in mind this week!

[The Broccoli Leaf Trail] SOUP

In Dinners, Gardening On June 21, 2012 0 Comments

Yes, it’s still cold and rainy here in Seattle and luckily for me; soup is still sounding good. I like making soup. I’m good at soup. My family… Read More »

Asparagus stems

In Dinners On June 14, 2012 0 Comments

  Do you have a broth bag? You know, for making stock. The idea is; you keep your leftover vegetable or bone bits in a bag in the… Read More »

Three Ways with Quinoa

In Dinners On May 7, 2012 0 Comments

Black Quinoa (pronounced: “Keen-Wah”) from the Andes Mountains in Peru are one of the only complete proteins that exists in a plant food. Usually we must mix beans… Read More »