Monday, July 26, 2010


He who distinguishes
 the true savor of his food
can never be a glutton;
 he who does not
 cannot be otherwise.
- Henry David Thoreau

Savory Soup

Soak your favorite dried beans the night before making soup. Rinse the next morning and cook beans in chicken broth. Season to taste. (I added a pinch of salt, fresh rosemary, basil, and a bay leaf)

Once beans are tender, add sauteed ingredients and simmer on low for at least two hours. Serve with your favorite warm, crusty bread.

ingredients to chop/slice/sautee in olive oil:

1 bulb garlic

2 tsp. fresh thyme

3 stalks celery

4 carrots

5 green onions, with stalks

When you see something as true and beautiful and valuable, you savor it ...When we see Jesus for who he really is we savor him. -John Piper

savoring more true, beautiful, and valuable gifts....
673. cooking with my niece
674. fresh, crisp vegetables
675. laughs shared with my sister
676. a daughter healing
677. sweet peaches
678. a dinner invite from sister in law
679. iced tea
680. C. S. Lewis quotes
681. a long soak in the tub
682. a new magazine
683. surprising daughter

No comments: