I'm a Holistic Health Coach, a "veganish" mom of five, and grandma of nine who loves to cook, study nutrition, and share recipes. For health reasons, I maintain a whole foods, plant-based diet. I love helping individuals reach their health goals based on their own bio-individuality. For more on my health coaching, visit www.bonniecrutcher.com
Yes, it was soup again today, leftover from yesterday. And it is over 100 degrees here outside. This came about yesterday, as I decided not to chance having to throw away the leftover potatoes and carrots from Sunday's dinner. So I made a soup for lunch. I added some water to the pot and spooned in the leftover roasted potatoes and carrots, turned the burner on to a slight boiling level, then simmer, then cut up a little bit of onion and celery and tossed them in. I simmered the soup down; mushed everything with a potato masher, then pureed it in the blender. I then put it all back in the pot, added some coriander and tarragon and some white pepper. After simmering again for about 10 minutes, I tasted it and it was quite peppery hot. I was not sure what to do but then put in about 16 drops of liquid Stevia. That did the trick. Another delicious meal while saving money and food and maintaining a healthy diet.
My daughter and granddaughter came over today for lunch, and we all had some soup and crackers. It is a keeper recipe!