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Soup is a certain ally of Autumn. As those nights draw in and the temperature drops, we need that soothing bowl of warming soup to ease us into the colder days ahead. We need comfort from our food.
When the lovely people at Holy Cow! sent me a selection of their vegan curry sauces, I really wanted to think outside of the box and make something with them, other than an, albeit delicious, curry.
I didn’t know what to call this soup. I saw it as a light bean and pasta soup, which to me is a minestrone but I feared that most associate minestrone with a thick stew-like tomato soup with vegetables and … Continue reading
We all know that this time of year is full of delicious food and let’s face it, overindulgence even if only on Christmas day itself. It’s a time where for us fortunate enough, we are spending time with friends and … Continue reading
I can’t get enough of stews and soups right now, and I especially love cooking up big batches which I can portion and freeze and thus have a supply of homemade, nourishing and delicious ready meals for those cold, dark … Continue reading
Since my discovery of noodle soups this winter, I haven’t been able to get enough! They come together so quickly and offer a substantial, nourishing and warming complete meal and are so adaptable.
Comfort food is very defining of my cooking and eating habits and it can be both a source of great joy as well as a curse to the waistline if not managed properly, something I have been working on for … Continue reading
This recipe was inspired by Annie at An Unrefined Vegan’s November Virtual Vegan Potluck Stoup dish. I made a version with a hint of spice, chunks of broccoli and addictive sage and onion stuffing dumplings made with just three ingredients … Continue reading
I know it’s almost June and to many (most) of you in the world it will seem crazy to be posting a recipe for a cozy, comforting soup with warm spiced bread. However, here in the South of England, we … Continue reading