Does the title scare you? I had to be truthful. In the spirit of full disclosure, you need to know that this is a recipe best made on those days when your car has been stolen, or you have a flat tire, or a tree has fallen across the driveway. You know.
This originally posted in 2011, but a new friend made it and told me so on our Twig and Feather Facebook page. So now I have to make a batch myself. Oh, the power of suggestion …
I’ve been absent all week … too sick to even get online.
About a year and a half ago, a friend from church taught a group of us how to make a copycat Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana. I loved Lindsey’s version and found it to be a little lighter and probably a whole lot healthier than Olive Garden’s
When my daughter-in-law texts me the “clapping hands” emoticon after I’ve sent a bowl of soup home with her, I know I’ve got a good recipe on my hands. While the tweaks and fiddles are fresh in mind, here’s my version
So, if you haven’t noticed, we make soup a LOT around here. A lot as in at least once a week, and sometimes two. In the winter, that might bump up to three. It’s just amazing to me how easy soup is, and how just the addition or subtraction