As the tomato season is wrapping up, I am receiving the final harvest from the cooperative and buying them in bulk for cheap at the market. These tomatoes are mostly only good for soups and sauces. So I delved into my favorite soup cookbook to see if there was something I could use for this … Continue reading →
This summer I continued to work on some raw soup recipes. Raw soups with summer vegetables are much easier and logical than fall and winter crops. And of course, with the heat outside, it’s nice and refreshing to eat cooler foods for lunch and dinner. Out of all the summer soups, I would consider the … Continue reading →
My sister sent me this chard pesto recipe from a blog called ‘closet cooking’: Swiss Chard Pesto. The first time I made it, I added spinach and removed the jalapeños…I didn’t have enough chard and my husband doesn’t eat spicy food. I have made it at least 5 times since then with several variations as … Continue reading →
A perfect snack in between meals. Great energy that lasts a few hours and it doesn’t confuse your blood sugar levels like other snacks that lack balance.
It is still winter and I am still making mostly soup for dinner. My friend Pat introduced me to the dehydrated bits of soy protein this week. I also found black beans, which I have not seen before in France. I thought chili seemed like the natural route to take with these new found ingredients. … Continue reading →