Soup in summer? Yes, after surviving the 105 degree heat wave, I figured I could handle it. Plus when I came across this recipe in The Feed Zone Cookbook: Fast and Flavorful Food for Athletes, I remembered that I had a can of coconut milk in the cupboard and that this might be a good …
I'm sure lots of bloggers will be sharing Easter meals this week, so today I'm sharing an idea for something super easy you can make with the leftovers--split pea soup in a homemade bread bowl!
Who would have thought that there was so much to learn about soup? I feel like I barely scratched the surface this week. Yet, next week's bread theme is quickly approaching. So I decided to post today about thickening soups. In the winter, a thicker soup is nice and hardy. Be sure to check back tomorrow to link up your favorite soup recipes and to check out others!
Hang around real foodies or people who know a lot about nutrition, and soon you’ll hear talk of something called “bone broth.” Sounds weird and kind of time consuming, yes? Luckily it’s neither. Soon you’ll be using your own homemade stock and bone broth as the base for your own nourishing soups.
This week in the Back to Basics Cooking Series we're talking soup! It's easier than you think to make soup (including homemade stock), especially if you keep some simple techniques in mind as you create your liquid goodness.