Stew has always been my favorite dinner my mom makes. She would take leftover beef from a roast paired with chunks of onion, potato, and carrots. All were simmered in rich beef drippings that were used to make a thick broth. Though amazingly lovely it requires one to cook a roast and is a two-day… Continue reading Beef & Vegetable Soup
I had a large turkey breast to roast so I decided to make soup. I had already soaked navy beans overnight and had baby kale fresh from the farmers market. Perfect storm! You will need: *turkey breast *kale ( as much as you would like to add I had about two cups here) *half a… Continue reading Roasted Turkey Breast Soup
One of my favorite soups that I crave weekly! Beets are high in natural sugar and carbs which steers many away but they balance out with the incredible nutrient profile and benefits! Many cultures and health gurus for centuries have claimed beet benefits include: Blood Tonic Detox Essential Reduced risk of cellular damage Reduce… Continue reading Borscht
This soup I tell ya changed my entire outlook on pureed soups. I was never one to order pureed soup or even entertain the idea of making it. They sounded boring and to be frank like an appetizer, not a meal. I WAS WRONG! At our local farm, I found a big beautiful celeriac root… Continue reading Celeriac Soup
This is an easy and savory soup. It is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You can add spices or other vegetables if you choose. The base is your homemade chicken broth ( meat or bone stock). You can add chicken thigh meat or breast meat and while simmering you can slowly incorporate… Continue reading Lemon Chicken Soup
A week of soups begins Nov. 11th Soups are nutritious, comforting, and easy on your digestion. We eat soup almost every single day in my house. Whether it be for lunch, dinner, or even breakfast. Soup is a breakfast in many countries. It makes sense, who wouldn’t want to start their day with a warm… Continue reading Week of SOUPS! NOV. 11th
These are cranberries! They are nutritious and beautiful and full of flavor. They are one of the few fruits native to the United States. Most of us know them as part of a holiday meal in a sugar gelatin or sauce. Don’t get me wrong I love cranberry sauce in a can or fresh.… Continue reading My favorite winter ferment!