As an avid enjoyer of foods, it can be torture to be drinking every meal in juice form, (although I have been enjoying it more than I thought). This soup is basically a big hot pot full of all the veggies that we have been juicing (minus the garlic).
vegetable soup recipe
Today was a pretty gloomy day by Southern California standards. So gloomy in fact, that my orthodontist told me “she had to turn her windshield wipers on the automatic setting (not just flicking them on yourself every time you get a few drops on your windshield).” She described it as “raining cats and dogs,” which I found hilarious. I know my New England peeps had some snow last week… and for that I’m sorry.
Getting my braces tightened (I got baby blue bands this time), plus having some “nasty” weather put me in a soup mood. Homemade soup is so easy to make and tastes way better than canned. I call this “Poor Surfer Soup” because it is ridiculously cheap to make. There is no meat, and nothing that is hard to find in the store. You probably have most of the ingredients in your fridge and pantry already. I’m not going to say that this is the most creative or impressive dish, but it is really tasty and filling.