We’ve been testing this in my Members’ Only groups and I think it’s fair to say it’s been a HUGE hit. It makes for a delicious alternative to the traditional savoury butternut squash soup with it’s unexpected hit of lime and just a wee kick of heat.
This Butternut Soup is one of my most popular client recipes. Get your daily dose of beta carotene and vitamin C in a delicious, vegan, cleanse-friendly mug o’ comfort. Perfect first course for Thanksgiving Dinner!
This is a hearty, yummy soup for a cold fall day or a Thanksgiving long weekend!
Today’s Lunchbox: Lemon Basil Tomato Soup (recipe on blog, here: easy and delish, one of my most popular recipes), homemade Sweet P Biscuit (100% whole grain, recipe will be up on blog this week), strawberries, hard boiled egg and a Grizzly Paw from the freezer (p. 124 of my cookbook, Real Food for Real Families).
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Soup, Salad & Biscuit Lunch: Frozen Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup reheated this morning, leftover kale salad (try the simple & delicious Krazy Kale Salad in my cookbook, Real Food for Real Families at p. 82), homemade whole grain tea biscuit from dinner last night (try the Georgia Buns at p. 88 of my cookbook) and an apple.
This balanced school lunch features: Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup (have you tried Mama’s Chicken Soba Soup at p. 56 of my cookbook, Real Food for Real Families?), local carrots, grape tomatoes, strawberries and plum and as a healthier treat, a homemade Grizzly Paw (p. 124 cookbook, made in advance and frozen, it will defrost by lunchtime).
One of our favourite “pre-kid” memories is our low-budget trip to Costa Rica. We backpacked, took the rickety bus through the mountains, rode horses with a friendly rastafarian guide named “Mr. Joseph” to a hidden waterfall, and drank cold beer on the beach. We also ate a whole lot of “Sopa Negro” or Black Bean … Continue reading sopa negro
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.
This recipe resulted from one of those serendipitous kitchen moments where a semi-decent cook throws a bunch of random veggies and herbs in a soup, half expecting it to taste not so great, and ends up with a really delicious meal. Everyone loved this one, even the nine year-olds (that’s the secret power of cinnamon 🙂
Last night I had one of those great moments with one of my kids. You know, the ones that warm you through to the core but that you know you’ll forget someday if you don’t write it down? Lucky for me, it was a cooking moment, and I happen to write about cooking, so this … Continue reading georgia’s pho
One Sunday morning after a far too-late Saturday night, I was feeling the need for a little comfort lunch food. I had a container of mushrooms and not much else in the fridge, and decided to concoct a vegan version of cream of mushroom soup. This one got a standing ovation from my daughter, so … Continue reading no cream of mushroom soup
Here’s a delicious, nutritious & filling way to incorporate our local root veggies and warm up the family after a visit to the rink or a morning of raking leaves. It’s just got a little kick – not too spicy, so even the littlest of people can enjoy it. Top it with a dollop of … Continue reading warm me up soup
Not familiar with miso? Miso is a fermented soybean paste with a salty taste and buttery texture. It’s a versatile condiment that can be used in many recipes, including this traditional miso soup. Miso can be purchased in any health food or asian grocery store, and comes in several varieties. The darker the miso, the … Continue reading miso soup for the soul