Monthly Archives: January 2010

23. Ten-Minute Tomato Soup

I am stepping off the roller coaster. Done. Finito. Go bye-bye. This week has taken more out of me than I think I knew I had. And that is enough whining; let us never speak of this week (or, hell, … Continue reading

Posted in Drunken Angel Hot Sauce, Food and Drink, Recipes, Soup 365, Vegetarian | Tagged , | 3 Comments

22. Mushrooms! Barley! And optional beef!

This is a vegetarian-option soup that I think might well be just as hearty, delicious and sustaining without the (optional) beef… but I had a scant pound of chuck roast waiting patiently in the fridge, so what was I to … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Drink, Recipes, Soup 365, Vegetarian Option | Leave a comment

21. Chicken Noodle Soup, sans noodles

I woke up from one of those soul-deadening early-evening naps that always leave one feeling more wrung out and exhausted than if one had never bothered napping. "Self," I thought, "you need to haul your ass out of bed and … Continue reading

Posted in Drunken Angel Hot Sauce, Food and Drink, Recipes, Soup 365 | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Aashe Reshteh

via http://www.persian-recipes.com This stew was featured on a show about traveling in Iran that the boys and I watched tonight. It immediately caught Rhys' eye and we had to Google the ingredients and figure out what it was as soon … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

20. Comfort with a kick: Southwestern Corn Chowder

Have you been feeling a little calcium-deprived? Wishing you could find a way to pack more dairy products into your diet? Well, never fear–this soup will do the trick! Seriously, there's like fifteen pounds of delicious creamy goodness in here. … Continue reading

Posted in Drunken Angel Hot Sauce, Food and Drink, Recipes, Soup 365, Vegetarian | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

19. Complete and total exhaustion chicken-chile-black bean soup

Is this looking like a trend, or what? Very little simmering time required. You (I) can make this no matter how late it is or how tired you (I) are (am). Utter Exhaustion Chicken-Black Bean SoupServes four-ish. You'll be asleep … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Drink, Recipes, Soup 365 | 2 Comments

18. How is Madame DuBarry like a cauliflower?

 After a wait of almost six months, I finally scored a copy of Craig Claiborne's New New York Times Cookbook (copyright date: 1975; a very good year indeed) from PaperBackSwap. The Soups chapter was fairly thin, but fairly interesting-looking. One … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Drink, History, Recipes, Soup 365, Vegetarian, Vegetarian Option | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments