This recipe is from my early marriage. It’s quick and easy to whip up and requires ingredients from your pantry. It’s a very forgiving recipe so you can use whatever ingredients in your pantry.
Since I’ve been sick with a bad cough for the past week, I wanted to find a soup that would help me feel better. This soup really hit the spot.
Welcome to Day 9 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking! Today I’ll continue with the photographs from the Donut Trail. We ended up at a cute little park with several statues. Here are some photographs of those statues. I won’t be sharing photographs from the Donut Trail tomorrow because it will be time for myContinue reading “Mom, What’s For Dinner (Week of 10/9/16) and Veggie Beef Soup (Day 9)”
Welcome to Day 8 of 31 Days of Slow Cooking! Today we decided to make it a family day. Unfortunately the Wee One refused to wake up so he stayed home with grandma instead of having fun with us. We did half of the Donut Trail in a county to the south of us. While weContinue reading “Chicken Corn Soup (Day 8)”
On a cold winter day, soup is the perfect meal. This split pea soup warms the soul. My grandpa loved split pea soup. I’ve never liked it until now. We’ve had it twice in the last few months. Yum! This can be done in either the pressure cooker or slow cooker. Split Pea Soup adapted fromContinue reading “Split Pea Soup (Pressure Cooker or Slow Cooker)”
Today is going to be a short post because of parent teacher conferences. I’m going to feature a recipe from the blog. We love Spanish style chicken noodle soup. The soup features orzo instead of egg noodles. The original recipe called for it to be made on the stove top. I adapted it for theContinue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooking – Spanish Style Chicken Noodle Soup”