This is easy. This is so easy. Yet it is one of the best soup recipes I’ve made. The hardest part of this recipe is cutting the acorn squash in half to roast them. After that it is a cake walk. But if you haven’t done this before and you are not particularly strong …click to continue Roasted Acorn Squash Soup
The tomatoes are lovely right now. Recently at Whole Foods there were about seven different varieties, which always makes me happy. There were Roma, cluster tomatoes, grape tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, a big pile of various heirloom tomatoes, and more. In a fit of indecision I bought a little bit of four different kinds and …click to continue Creamy Tomato Soup
I have a friend named Natalie. She just turned 50 and jumped out of an airplane to mark the occasion. She also smiles non-stop, laughs from her soul, and creates new friendships by magnetically pulling diverse individuals into her orbit. She is silly and goofy and pretty and nice.
She gave me a recipe …click to continue Green Chile Chicken Soup
I’m very happy to show you this magazine cover because that is my photo. The pie was made by Kate Nelson of Piecurious here in Dallas. It is a beauty. But Terri Taylor and Nanci Taylor, the Publisher and Editor of Edible Dallas & …click to continue Edible Dallas & Fort Worth :: Roasted Parsnip Soup
I do so love green chiles. They are quite handy for giving dishes a lift. But usually, it involves putting a tiny 4 ounce can in a recipe full of other creamy things. This recipe is all about the green chiles. You cannot escape them. You will know whether or not you want to …click to continue Green Chile Stew