Of course I made soup. I had a bunch of disparate ingredients, and a hankering for something to battle that horrible rainy weather we've been having for the past few weeks. Contents of this soup include red potatoes, broccoli, and cabbage. Of course, it's got a metric tonne of curry leaves, some spices, and a touch of chili.
Then yesterday, I had some beans laying about. I was feeling lazy, so I tipped in a few cups of beans to the soup as well. Those lovely little gems launched my soup from wonderful to catastrophically delicious. I can't wait to have another go at it this afternoon.
ok, I should not have looked at your blog when lunch is not any time soon. I'm drooling over your food in this post and the last one! Can you send some this way as we're having dreary rainy weather too :-)ReplyDelete
I love your soup - great inspiration! I have a totally unrelated question but I'm not sure where/who to ask: What do you do about aphids on your kale? I love kale but I have a ridiculous Howard Hughes-like fear of aphids. People tell me to soak the greens and the aphids will come right off, but they don't! Those things are like glue! What do I do to eat aphid-free kale?ReplyDelete
Pink Theory: See, there's a good reason that you want to keep some nuts or dried fruit around, so that you can cure a case of the food cravings in the middle of the day!ReplyDelete
Barrett: There's this stuff called FIT Fruit and Vegetable Wash that will likely take /everything/ off. They do specify in the ingredients that they use in it as vegetable derived. Here's their website:
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take care and good luck w/ your move.