Here’s my recipe for Hearty Winter soup (named after this episode of Frasier). I use no-salt added or low sodium canned products to control the sodium content. I like making this soup because there’s not much preparation involved and I can smell it cooking while I watch TV or read a book. It’s good for low energy/sick/depression days, if it’s a day when I just want to rest I’ll make it in the morning and have it for lunch and dinner. Sometimes the vegetables vary, I’ve tried it with bok choy or sweet potato, sometimes I add a can of garbanzo beans. It usually lasts me for three days, depending on how many bowls I have. Read More Hearty Winter Soup
So we all know fall is pretty much here: It’s getting darker and colder at night, even if it’s still warm during the day. And with fall approaching and winter coming after that, it’s only natural to want eat something warm to help beat the cold outside. So from The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook, by Mireille Guiliano, here’s something you’ll want put in your belly, Soupe aux Legumes de Maman.
It’s 46° in Indianapolis today, so I hit the kitchen to make a pot of vegetable soup. Since I try to spend as little time in the kitchen as possible, I’ve made this recipe super efficient over the years. It makes a remarkably large amount of soup, so have some freezer containers on hand to store the leftovers for later in the season. Read More Easy Slow Cooker Vegetable Soup