November 25th, 2008
Two of my favorite fall dishes are butternut squash soup and roasted acorn squash. So, naturally one of the first recipes that stuck out to me in the Google Cookbook was this acorn squash soup recipe.
For some reason, there seems to be this misconception that soups are difficult to make. This, however, is a very simple soup dish that any novice cook can easily execute. It starts with roasting the squash and apples, sautéing the aromatics and combining the ingredients for a quick stew with broth and wine.
January 10th, 2008
Healing Soup Series 3 of 3: Garlic and Spinach Soup Recipe
...the last recipe in our Healing Soup Series. Previous posts include, Beet Soup Recipe and Immune Booster Soup Recipe . Don't worry we will be moving away from soups, at least for awhile. Keep an eye out for a truly crowd pleasing recipe this weekend!
So, back to the Garlic and Spinach Soup recipe. It should be no surprise to you that garlic and spinach also have wonderful help benefits. Garlic is claimed to help prevent heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and cancer. From the moment we first saw Popeye as children we were aware of the fact that spinach would help us to grow up big and strong. Spinach has a large nutritional value, especially when fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled (as in this Garlic and Spinach Soup Recipe). It is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, magnesium, and several vital antioxidants.
January 9th, 2008
Healing Soup Series 2 of 3: Immune Booster Soup Recipe
We all know that it can be difficult to keep ourselves in good health during the winter months and the added stress of the holidays never helps. And if you have kids, well then, forget it! If you are starting to feel a little under the weather or just looking for some form of natural insurance then try this next recipe in our Healing Soup Series (compliments of
January 8th, 2008
Healing Soup Series 1 of 3: Beet Soup Recipe
If you are looking for a way to give your body a fighting chance during this cold season be sure to eat foods rich in vitamins A, C and E. I came across these recipes last December, compliments of
Although some aren't opposed to smoking some weed, fewer would think of eating one - particularly beets. I know, beets? Yes and I encourage you to give them a chance, from the moment I tried this beet soup recipe it has become a favorite of mine...and I didn't even like beets! What better time to try them, afterall, they are in season, not to mention that viruses are running rampant this time of year.
November 28th, 2004
Are you sick of the Thanksgiving leftovers yet? Throw them in a pot and make this tasty and heartwarming soup. This recipe uses homemade stock which will need to be made at least a day in advanced. To save time you can skip step 1 and use chicken broth. The result will be a soup that is a little less flavorful, although still delicious. Continue Reading »