I drafted this post and scheduled it to publish last week. And then we got a late burst of Summer. So I held off and the temperatures most obliging plunged over the last couple of days. No better time to post a simple recipe for a warming, filling soup.
Look at that orange colour. That bowl represents Autumn to me, warm and comforting. Myself and himself went for lunch recently to the Pepperstack. I ordered soup for starter, forgetting that they always give a little cup of soup while you are waiting for your food, a nice touch. That day it was a delicious […]
It’s officially soup weather again. And with that storm raging outside it seems like the perfect time to share my recipe for this Celeriac and Pear Soup.
I know what you’re thinking, a second soup recipe in as many months. I don’t care. It’s been so cold the last few weeks that soup is a necessity. Also, there seems to be recipes for French Onion Soup popping up all over the place recently so I though it was high time I posted […]
It’s Winter, so that means it’s time for a soup recipe. I fear however that this recipe Leek and Potato Soup is going to expose my weirdness. I’ve been making this Leek and Potato Soup for years and while it is delicious, even if I do say so myself, I was never completely happy with […]
If your childhood was anything like mine, growing up in Ireland Minestrone Soup was something that came in powdered form in a box with some questionable looking dehydrated veg. Nevertheless, I loved it.
Nigella has a recipe in Simply Nigella for a nice Pea and Broccoli Soup. It looks very fresh and very healthy. This recipe is not quite as healthy. It’s not bad for you or anything, I’ve just used stock and a little dairy. And then I stuck cheesy croutons on top.
I don’t think I’m alone in loving this time of year! I actually look forward to the darker evenings and cooking up some comforting food with all the gorgeous autumnal ingredients.