This is a hearty, yummy soup for a cold fall day or a Thanksgiving long weekend!
Peasant or “Stone” Soup, is a traditional, simple soup made with whatever you’ve got lying around to throw in the pot, and is often topped with crusty bread and, if you’re me, a little melty cheese.
This simple, healthy vegetable soup is elevated to gourmet status with the addition of fresh herbs and melty parmesan crouton nuggets of goodness. Throw it in the crockpot and come home to a delicious, comforting dinner.
Too many carrots!! Had to clear out the veggie drawer before the next farm share box this week, and this carrotty deliciousness was the result. Creamy and tangy, this is a very healthy, versatile soup recipe.
Here’s a delicious recipe for a not-so-pretty root veggie. Don’t know what celery root (a.k.a. celeriac) is? It’s that really ugly, knobby looking white ball in your CSA box. You can also find it in the grocery store right now. If you’re looking to clean out your farm share box or just want to try something new, here’s an easy, tasty, healthy soup recipe to try this weekend.
So easy, so good! My kids and husband love this easy (cleanse-friendly) recipe, and my weight loss group this month have been raving about it.