Writing to escape the pandemic has also meant a blog, cooking, hiking and lots of days spent thinking about my past. Today I submitted a piece about bread to an online magazine. But I’m also sharing stories of my father, bread, and a deliciously satisfying turkey soup recipe. Do you like avgolemono? Well, this is a heartier turkey version. Why not try it?
Looking for a filling and flavorful winter soup? Why not be brave and try this purple soup, made with purple cabbage, mushrooms, carrots. Thick, creamy and filled with wintery goodness after a long walk outside.
A simple soup, with a special recipe for homemade meatballs. And memories of my mother’s spirit in the ICU, that woman could make us laugh in the most unexpected places.
What’s better than creamy shrimp and corn chowder with artichoke hearts? Not much! This quick and easy recipe will impress many and provide you with a delicious lunch or dinner in no time! Why not give it a try?
The Saturday after the election we took a hike at deCordova Sculpture Park. It’s kid-friendly, an easy walk, and you’ll see some amazing modern art literally standing out in nature for you to enjoy at your leisure. So many pieces. And a yummy vegetable barley soup with wild mushrooms and lentils to make when you get home!
As we enjoy the avgolemono soup I made last week I think of friendship, and what friendship means to me. What does it mean to you?