Please Pho-give me, my beautiful Vietnamese friends. I clearly have a pun problem. I’m in therapy Pho it. Let’s just move on. If you’ve ever watched someone serve Vietnamese Pho, there’s this really cool technique they use. It’s a trick that allows the veggies to stay crunchy, and gives a super fresh flavor to everything. It’s really easy to get dinner on the table too. … Continue reading Pho-getting 2020.
I have a little confession to make. I’m on a little 30-day Keto reset, and it is GLORIOUS!!! (I just sang that in my best Hallelujah Chorus voice) Don’t worry ~ I’m not going to try to convince you to do it too! I’m just going to keep on providing recipes made with whole foods like I normally do ~ that’s all! I have “Keto-dapted” … Continue reading Golden Turmeric Chicken Soup.
Oh oh oh….it’s Pho… Actually, it should be “Uh, uh, uh…it’s Pho”. Am I pronouncing that right? I’ve heard it sounds like “fuh” as in, “fuhhh-get about it”, or “FUnyons”. Right? Anyway, I love love LOVE this Vietnamese tricked out, flavor-packed, cure-what-ails-you, chicken-soup. If you make this healing broth from scratch, there are strange, frightening animal bones involved. I’m not afraid of any of that … Continue reading CHICKEN ZOODLE PHO.
Happy Spring! Let’s celebrate the warm sun with a teacup full of sunshine and health! Huzzah! This gazpacho is special ~ it doesn’t use bread to thicken ~ it uses one boiled egg (or more if you want to get your protein on!) It also does not contain cucumber. I wanted to keep the flavor bright, but not too intense. Plus, the Hub hates cucumber … Continue reading Gazpacho for the WIN.
This is truly a soup for company, y’all. Although, I didn’t know I was going to have company yesterday when I made it. I merely made it because I wanted to get rid of this nasty Seasonal Affective Disorder that’s been lingering for days. But sometimes if you build it, it will come. If you make delicious food, people will come to your house for … Continue reading Curried Carrot Bisque.
i’m IN LOVE with this soup. i want to marry it and have its babies. i’ve had two bowls of it today and cannot wait to wake up tomorrow morning and have another bowl of it for breakfast. this recipe was inspired by a recipe i saw on http://www.theblendergirl.com, but i changed it up a bit to suit what i had in my fridge. but … Continue reading thai coconut pumpkin soup.
this recipe is adapted from food network chef anne burrell’s chilled asparagus soup ~ but tweaked it quite a bit. i looked and looked for a chilled asparagus soup that would ensure a bright green, beautiful color. and i really didn’t find one, so i added a few ingredients to get the green color i wanted. it was still a little darker than i like, … Continue reading chilled asparagus soup w/goat-yogurt cheese.
now that i’ve posted my pico de gallo and salsa verde recipes, let’s get down to business with this healthy, delicious and EASY soup! have you ever made bean soup out of a can of beans, some broth and salsa? just something as quick and easy as possible? i hope it’s not just me who could live on that kind of lunch. well, this is … Continue reading company bean soup.
this is a soup from the book “FRENCH WOMEN DON’T GET FAT” by mireille guiliano. here’s her website ~ http://frenchwomendontgetfat.com/ although the title might be a little off-putting, the book really isn’t. there are a lot of great tips and recipes ~ even a scarf-tying section! she has a weekend detox plan, where you eat leek broth 1/2 cup at a time, then a light piece … Continue reading detox soup.