Favorite FoodieBook Friday! A root vegetable soup to warm the soul! Inspired by The Year of Soup by Howard Reiss, this creamy, smooth, root vegetable soup is a "...smooth, thick, mildly sweet puree that most everyone enjoys and which will stand up to any salad or bread, as well as your most assertive worries." After … Continue reading “Back-to-Our-Roots Soup”
The Year of Soup, by Howard Reiss I've been re-reading The Year of Soup by Howard Reiss this week. It's a beautifully written book with two main characters, Tess, who opens a soup shop after three failed relationships and confused with her sexual identity, and Beany, an elderly professor who, I believe sees a lot … Continue reading Favorite FoodieBooks Friday
This chewy bread was inspired by last weeks No Knead Skillet Olive bread. It was so good that I wanted to try a new skillet bread. Since it's reminiscent of focaccia, I thought of grandma's pizza. Grandma used to put white pepper on the crust of her homemade pizza. It gave it a mysterious kick … Continue reading My Latest obsession, SKILLET BREAD. This No Knead Cheddar Skillet Bread with White Pepper is an homage to grandmas pizza.
No Knead Olive Skillet Bread This FoodieBook Friday is a revisit to last weeks Pecan & Cherry Stuffed Squash post. I've had several requests to post the full No Knead Olive Skillet Bread recipe. It's an amazingly moist, easy to make, garlicky, yeasty, salty, olivey treat! This bread is reminiscent of focaccia bread. It's chewy … Continue reading Favorite FoodieBooks Friday!