Soups

Cooking with Tess: Italian Egg Drop Soup

Posted by on Jun 1, 2013 in Cooking Lessons with Tess, Soups | 0 comments

Cooking with Tess: Italian Egg Drop Soup

Our last e-newsletter talked about the bi-coastal cooking lessons I would be giving my friend and goddaughter Tess, who lives in Oakland, California. Tess had her first lesson recently and here’s what we covered: Knife skills Sweating Vegetables Let’s Talk about Oil and Vinegar Recipes: Italian Egg Drop Soup ¬†Straciatella Salad with vinaigrette As the pictures indicate, Tess learned her lessons well. But I will let her tell you how things went as she created Italian Egg Drop Soup for her husband and neighbors. Italian Egg Drop Soup It turned out to be another packed weekend, and I wasn’t sure there would be time to cook. Sunday, however, turned out to...

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Spice Up Your Spring With Soup

Posted by on Jul 9, 2012 in Cranston Patch, Soups | 0 comments

Spice Up Your Spring With Soup

Posted on April 22, 2012 at 4:02 pm – Cranston Patch I don’t know about all of you in Patch-land, but I LOVE soup. I could eat it every day.¬† I’ll eat it for lunch, dinner, even breakfast (okay, that’s pushing it, but it’s been known to happen). You can eat it as a one-dish meal or as a starter or even as a dessert. It’s the best way to keep warm in winter and cool in summer. And the most beautiful part about it is it is easy to make, inexpensive, and sooo good for you. While in the winter I crave rich squash and pumpkin bisques, nourishing beef and barley soups, at this time of year my thoughts turn to soups that are a bit lighter....

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