Everyone is getting over colds here, and with some very un-Washington cold weather, chicken soups have been a frequent flyer. I made 2 recipes from Kimmie at She’s in Her Apron, on Youtube. The first one I’ll put the link here. The only thing I changed was the herbes de Provence. I don’t care for a strong… Continue reading Chicken orzo
Ok, this is awesome! I watch some awesome Youtubers. Noreen’s Kitchen, Linda’s Pantry, and The Kneady Homesteader. I was going through some older Homesteader videos when I found THIS gem! Cream of soups, that are kosher, are impossible to find where I live. At best, I would have to order them from Seattle and have them delivered by Affordable Kosher.… Continue reading Cream of soup!
I about fell out of my chair when I saw this. Heather from The Kneady Homesteader post great videos on Youtube. But this one shows how she makes a bechamel sauce and she goes on to explain that we can use it for any cream of soup. So no need to buy a can of “what is in… Continue reading an easy way to make any cream soup
Been busy going through my clipped recipes and cookbooks (especially the Goodwill ones that I only purchased for a few recipes). This is something we do every winter in my house. This year I am starting to sort them with the idea in mind of organizing them by Jewish Holiday. I have seen some awesome… Continue reading Holiday planning
Hope you have a wonderful and meaningful time with your families!
As we prepare for a wet and very windy Shabbat in the Pacific Northwest, we are keeping it very simple. Calming and bagels. Hot water for tea and coffee. That way the probable power outages won’t change out plans. Stay safe and have a peaceful Shabbat.
I hope you have a wonderful New Year and have a great time with your family and friends!