In this coolish, almost winter weather, I am thinking of soup, glorious soup. Soup must have been one of the earliest cooked meals humans invented. They likely cooked the food in some kind of pot in a pit lined with hot stones. Water would enhance the mixture, and after a while, SOUP!
It was said of Cleopatra that her every movement was fresh and original, so it is with salads. Here are four show-stopping salads, that will have your guests licking the platters and demanding recipes. They are not the easiest to prepare, but they are worthwhile as far as effort is concerned.
Here is an interesting stir-fry dish that will honor the summer season, be a snap to fix and delight your palate. It is healthy and nourishing, and you can stir it up in a few minutes — without burning the house down!
This recipe is a foundation for many different, nutritious combinations. Just let your imagination and pantry lead the way. Try using other grains such as quinoa, millet or barley; plus, the great variety of beans available is mind-boggling. Don’t hesitate to try something new.