Thursday, December 11, 2008

A Fine Lunch for Cold Weather


Chicken-noodle soup with an addition that takes it up a notch--a roughly chopped bunch of Swiss chard stirred in at the end.

9 comments:

Sarah said...

I know it's off topic, but would you be willing to do a post about how you set such a beautiful table? I admire them every time you post a picture, and Christmas is coming...

Tracy said...

That soup looks good enough to eat right off the screen. Very yum....and it's pouring with rain here right now. It would be perfect.

Anonymous said...

It looks more like stew.

Anonymous said...

Looks delicious!

I cut dried seaweed into ribbons and added it to cabbage soup this week for a similar dark veg, and it was beautiful and good.

deb meyers

Maria Ricci said...

I love to add Swiss Chard to soups. This one looks hardy and delicious. Love soups for those cold evenings. Often times I like to add boullion for just a bit more flavor when I do not have enough 'bones' in my soup! Will you please post your soup recipe!? : ))

Anna said...

Maria, the word soup links to the recipe. Enjoy!

Rona's Home Page said...

I love soups with lots of veggies and greens. You just feel so healthy eating them.

Polly said...

I've made this recipe, and I can vouch for it! A winner!

Hopewell said...

Oh my! That DOES sound good!! We all love greens as long as they aren't swimming in pork fat!

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