This Italian Sausage Soup with Chickpeas and Spinach is hearty, delicious, and ready in about 30 minutes. A great weeknight soup. Let’s make some, shall we? Sometimes I look in our cabinets and fridge and can’t find anything to eat. Not that there isn’t anything to be had. It’s just that sometimes I feel less […]
Cauliflower is delicious and versatile and magical. Many of you may already know that, but I have pretty much always been Vegetable Averse, so for me to say that a vegetable that isn’t corn, peas or potatoes is magic is a pretty big deal. I credit my recently found love of cauliflower to Betsy of […]
I usually make King Cake for Mardi Gras. Because: cake! But this year, it is cold-cold-cold, and while baked goods are never turned down around here, it truly is soup weather.
I made this soup on the fly a couple of weeks ago for dinner. It was so good that I made it again–this time complete with bacon and Swiss croutons–for lunch with friends a couple of days ago. They loved it, and friend Roxanne encouraged me to go ahead and post it. So here I am, posting it. I figure since it was already Cajun-spiced that Cajun-spiced tomato soup would be appropriate for Mardi Gras. We can all Laissez Les Bontemps Roulez while bundled up nice and warm.
This is a pretty easy soup to put together, as are most soups. I started with leftover turkey stock from Thanksgiving. Yes, it had been frozen, thankyouverymuch. To that, I added one happy chicken and poached him for about an hour or so. From there on out, it was simply a matter of seasoning, thickening […]