There is a chance of rain almost every day this week.Since springtime in Oklahoma can never make up it’s mind, it is still soup weather. This is an easy recipe but the roasting does take some time. I made it on a lazy Saturday, topped it with Homemade Croutons, and served with a green salad. It… Continue reading Roasted Acorn Squash Soup
This is Heart-y (notice with a capital H) and delicious and healthy. Perfect for cold-ish February days.
Whew! How was your Christmas? Does anyone else feel like you’ve sprinted a marathon through the month of December? We had the best holiday yet. Even so I’m now ready to get back to normal. So looking on to New Years, what traditions do you have? We’ve always spent New Years Eve at home with… Continue reading 2 black eyed pea recipes for New Years (even if you don’t like black eyed peas).
What are your at menus at home like from Thanksgiving to Christmas outside of holiday baking? Do you try to keep meals lighter? Are you going to holiday parties and have a bare fridge? Is there really no change until it gets closer to the actual holiday? Our schedules are kind of guiding some newer… Continue reading The “in between” holiday cooking: What do you make from Thanksgiving to Christmas?
Well folks, it’s raining hard here today, AND it’s Friday. That means you should go ahead and treat yourself by making a pot of tortellini soup. This is a no fuss, can’t go wrong, will fill you up type of soup. We are soup eaters at my house, and as soup eaters this may just be… Continue reading Tortellini Soup
This hearty recipe has cheese and bacon. Need I say more?
I know I just recently posted a soup recipe. But the weather has been rainy, and I’ve still been battling headaches. So soup sounded warm and comforting and perfect again. This soup is packed full of veggies that makes it taste wholesome and healthy, and has black eyed peas (that’s what I’m calling the beans from the title)… Continue reading Greens and Beans Soup