Last week, I was singing the praises of my friend, Tina, who gave the recipe (more of a method, I suppose) for Fresh corn with Sea Salt and Basil. When I called her the night before the post to make doubly sure she didn’t mind me broadcasting her business, she not only said “no …click to continue Zucchini Soup
I was drawn to this recipe, because it doesn’t try to gild the lily, so to speak. I rather like the way carrots taste, sweet or not. This carrot soup is notably lacking excess sweeteners, and boasts one mere teaspoon of sugar. The result, unless you have very sweet carrots to start with, is …click to continue Cream of Carrot Soup
The name of this soup strikes me as particularly hokey. However, salad bar soup is precisely what this is. I was in Whole Foods on a strategic apple research sortie, which I had to squeeze in before the all out fun and chaos of helping lead a 36 girl Brownie troop through a “meeting.” …click to continue Salad Bar Soup
I love chili. I really do. I’ll eat practically any chili, but the chili that I make is Texas Chili. The distinction is, that Texas chili does not have beans.
I appreciate the craft enough to not get caught up in the “real” games. Sans beans is just the way I like it. I …click to continue Texas Chili
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I am a late-in-life fan of mushrooms. I was, in fact, one of those children who physically recoiled from mushrooms and tomatoes. And as I harass my own son at the dinner table for never trying anything new, and actually working himself up to physical …click to continue Mushroom Veloute