If you are of a certain age, you know you don’t throw food out. You lived through times when food was scarce. Those of us who were fortunate and didn’t live through those times should learn from them. First, there is too much waste and we need to address that. Second, many things we throw out make great food! That carcass that is left over after you carve your turkey is a prime example. Continue reading Turkey Carcass Soup
Sometimes you need an old fashioned comforting soup. Hamburger soup goes back to the 1930’s when it was used to stretch a pound of hamburger into a meal for several people. It has hung around because it tastes so good. Continue reading Hamburger Soup
This is the third post of the soups I made for a bonspiel at our curling club.
I have friends who are vegetarians and others who are on a gluten free diet. Of course, I had to make a soup for them! Continue reading Tomato Rice Soup – Vegetarian & Gluten Free
One of the best things about social media is you get to meet talented fun people. I have had the distinct pleasure of making contact with a great foodie and blogger, Simone of Foodie Home Chef. Continue reading Creamy Carrot Soup By Foodie Home Chef
This is the second soup I made for the Masters Curling Bonspiel.
I love using short ribs to make soup. Beef may give soup a nice flavour but beef bones make soup great! Continue reading Short Rib Soup
I love to curl and my local club was hosting the Provincial Masters Bonspiel for curlers over 60. I really like our club and volunteered to supply some soup for one of the lunches. I did three kinds. Can you guess what my next three posts will be? I knew you could. Continue reading Chicken Noodle Soup
When I make bacon, the end pieces are strongly smoked and aren’t nice cooked on their own. So, I decided to use them to make Bacon Barley Soup. Don’t worry if you don’t smoke your own bacon, you could substitute regular bacon or back (Canadian to Americans) bacon. Continue reading Bacon Barley Soup