Category Archives: Soups
The above old fragment, as told by my long since deceased uncle of two generations back, did remind me of the soup I threw together this day. Note to anyone who stopped to look. I actuality made my standard soup!
While sitting in a cafeteria at a care center, recently, I heard an old man state: ‘Good living is like a bowl of homemade vegetable beef soup. It’s a wierd mix of assorted veggies with some meat tossed in to … Continue reading
Here’s a recipe that anyone can make and which is pretty cheap to make with store bought ingredients. (It’s even cheaper if you have some of the items in a garden out back). Ingredients: 132 g beef cubed, optional (half … Continue reading
Some days you just want to make soup, but depressingly you are missing some of the key ingredients. That’s where you can do what I do! Scrounge around and make the damn thing on the fly! On this occasion, I … Continue reading
One of the quick dishes made fairly often in my household is chicken breasts with steamed mushrooms. The leftovers go into the fridge and are usually forgotten. One morning, however, I thought I might combine them with some chicken broth, … Continue reading
This is a video on how to make a very basic vegetable beef soup from which you can launch other variations. Continue reading