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I’ve never made Italian wedding soup before, but it seemed like something The Boy would like because he’s a big meatball fan. It was a hit, and Italian neighbor approved!
Soup is always a terrific comfort food to make for dinner when it’s snowing. Sunday was no exception – a tomato broth with ham , cannellini beans, pasta, and garlic is just what the doctor ordered! It makes 6 servings.
Our first snowstorm of 2021, and I’ve been making soup, bread, and apple blondies. Because what else are you gonna do besides shovel snow, watch movies, and eat?
It’s fall, the temperatures are dropping, and here is a magnificent soup. Roasted in a pan and pureed with stock, simple and delicious!
If you ever feel like you’re not getting enough vegetables in your diet, make this soup! It’s chock full of them, along with two different kinds of beans, and some pasta for good measure. This minestrone is the perfect for … Continue reading
The great thing about roasting a turkey are the leftovers. In our house, after the open face sandwiches, crêpes, and a pan of tetrazzini, there’s soup! Nothing’s better on a chilly Sunday afternoon than the smell of a simmering pot of … Continue reading
It’s soup season, and there’s nothing better than having an enormous bowl of soup in the fridge. Take it to work for lunch, freeze some, make some yeast rolls and you’ve got dinner! (If baby kale isn’t available, you can … Continue reading
The best thing about making a big holiday ham is planning what to do with the leftovers. There was Easter Dinner Part II, sandwiches, quiche, and then there’s the soup – a fabulous, stick-to-your-ribs ham, bean, and kale soup!
I should have named this post New England Boiled Dinner Part Two. The best part about making a boiled dinner are the leftovers. So you’ve had dinner, and in the days following you’ve fried thin slices of smoked shoulder in … Continue reading