This past Friday, I took advantage of a rare afternoon off, and spent some time puttering around in the kitchen. I’ve never really worked from a recipe for soup – I usually just throw whatever vegetables I have in the fridge into a pot, and it generally turns out alright. But this time, I decided to pay a little more attention to what I was doing, and I’m so glad I did, because this particular pot of soup was amazing, if I do say so myself. I’m looking forward to cooking this again!
This soup is also quite versatile – with just a few additions, you can create a variety of different meals throughout the week with the leftovers. A few ideas:
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