Our favorite soup when my kids were growing up. I’ve made this soup for over 40 years. I think it’s the lettuce in the soup that makes it so good.
The recipe is from time life books . Foods of the world series. This recipe is from the cooking of Provincial France.
This recipe is from Saveur who adapted it from Jamie Oliver. Simple and delicious 😋. I can’t say anything else to describe it. I used frozen cavetelli. It held up well for lunch the next day.Here is the link for chickpea and pasta soup.
Somebody wants to have some soup! Jade,my sous chef is eager to try it. If you are a garlic lover this soup is for you!
This recipe is easy to make. I poached the chicken according to Cook’s Illustrated “Perfect Poached Chicken” which gives you tender chicken every time. You can find the recipe here: Gimme Some Oven
Sorry for the delay in post. Got wrapped up in other food adventures. This is the skinny version of tomato soup. Adding a grilled cheese makes it even better. skinny taste
A friend went to Tillamook Cheese this summer.I loved the story behind the beginning of the creamery association. It is over 100 years old and their cheese is amazing. This recipe is from their cookbook. Tortellini and cheese. It has 5 different cheeses in it.
If you can find their cheese,get it. It makes the best grilled cheese ever.
Jade the sous chef approved.
I’m a little late with this St.Patrick Day post. This is Ree’s version of potato soup. Her recipes are pretty awesome. We all had seconds on this one.
With snow predictions for the Mid Atlantic and Northeast I thought chicken noodle soup would be good this week and I was so right. I saw this post from Smitten Kitchen and used a roasted chicken from Costco for this soup. I stripped the chicken and cooked the bones from the all ready roasted chicken in the crockpot with vegetables on low for 5 hours.
After straining the broth added in more vegetables and then the noodles and it came out perfect. There was a lot of chicken so I also used some for chicken salad for sandwiches.
This soup is recommended by grandmothers everywhere to cure the common cold. I totally agree!