June 1, 2007


Soothing Soupa...


I got home from the hospital yesterday and Ive been eating slush for two days now.

My mouth is doing quite well. Im not as bad as I thought Id be and I havnt taken my pain killers today as Ive got to look after my little Neo - dont want to zonk out and have him run the house down!


So I made some yummy vegetable soup with rice and chicken for lunch today, it doesnt look too appealing but tastes delicious! Even Neo thought so! simple, easy and full of goodness!

I found the recipe in one of my Tessa Kiros cookbooks - I have all 3 of her books - Twelve, Falling Cloudberries and Apples for Jam. They are beautiful books and I love pouring through them for inspiration - great recipes, beautiful pictures, little notes and memories of Tessa's childhood. Her passion for food and family is infectious.
Here are some pics of Tessa cooking at home in Tuscany. What a gorgeous house huh?! this was from an interview in 'Inside Out' magazine (Dec 06)



15 comments:

  1. Cathy4:41 PM

    Glad you are feeling okay after your little op.

    I was given the Cloudberries book for my birthday - I love looking at it, but actually have never made anything. I will go back and have a look and pick something to make this weekend.

    have a good weekend.

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  2. happy to hear you are healing well. xx

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  3. cruststation10:45 PM

    That soup looks wholesome, hope you get better soon. Love the images from the 'Apples for Jam' book, I heard so much about this and really tempted to get it even though I don't cook.

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  4. Glad your recovery is not so bad. That is always a plus....Thanks for visiting my blog. I figured out the atc question. Sending them off today. Take Care

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  5. That soup looks really yummy... so does that house in Tuscany! Wow!

    Glad you are feeling better now. :)

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  6. Hope the pain eases off quickly - great to be on the other side!!
    Have a lovely weekend xxx

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  7. i hope you feel better soon!
    there is nothing like chicken soup to help thast process along!
    i make a "mexican" chicken soup with rice...you just add chuncks of avocado, cilantro, and lime juice. it's super yummy!

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  8. I am glad you are making a speedy recovery. That soup looks divine! Thanks for sharing the author. I will have to pick those up. Keep resting and I hope you are back in tip top shape soon enough.

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  9. Hoory it's over!

    I'm tagging you for a meme:
    Give the meaning of your kids’ names, and write about what or how or why you gave the name to your kids. Tag five people to play along and leave a comment at their blog to let them know they have been tagged.

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  10. so glad you're feeling better after the surgery... that soup looks so good!
    take care dear!
    xoxo

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  11. good day - you left a sweet comment of my blog and i wanted to say "thank you".

    take care,
    v

    http://i-think-im-an-artist.blogspot.com/

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  12. what a beautiful betty this blog is. nice to know you.. will be seeing you and your gorgeous crafts more often. happy weekend..

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  13. I hope you are all healed up soon!
    Hugs!

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  14. I'm glad you're feeling better! Even the covers of those cookbooks look beautiful. It will be interesting to read about the meaning of your kid's names.

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  15. get well soon anastasia , the soup will help a speedy recovery i am sure. good on you for nurturing yourself.

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