Refreshing seems a fitting word to describe the flavor of Summer green pea and mint soup. You might serve it hot, or at room temperature, and its perfect well chilled on a hot summers day… that is, if you store and hide it once cooked, for each time I prepare this soup it seems to […]
Slightly brighter green strips, the color of a grasshopper, finely coat the thin fibrous bundled strands like waxed nylon string running through long electrical lines giving taut strength to each branch and the soft, crisscross veined leaves.
Do you think it is possible to become infatuated with a state simply based on one food ingredient?
There are some statements or old sayings that remain unchanged in their meaning throughout time, how about ‘when it rains, it pours,’ or ‘everything always happens at once?’ It also seems that certain times of the year tend to evoke these familiar expressions, one such season, well, how about spring?
Fresh Vegetables and Chicken Clean Soup.
The group of congenial colleagues shared lunch together, often, a couple times a week.
Soup, soup, soup. So warm and comforting in the winter, so refreshing in the summer.
A.) Cored out large sized pumpkins, a fancy tureen filled with hot soup, carefully ladled into small china bowls, lightly dolloped crème fraiche, decorative silver spoons providing the final touches of elegance to the holiday’s first course.
Don’t you love it when two challenging different topics somehow merge together in a common solution? Recently, one of these topics, what to do with an overabundance of celery?