Soup and Sticks

  

I made a whole wheat, two-topping focaccia – one half was regular Italian herbs, and the other was a light pesto.   Both sides were good.  

Here you see one half of the herb side cut into long, slender “fingers”, and then re-toasted in the toaster oven.  

So crunchy – just right with this very rich potato-sausage soup.  

I added roasted red peppers, slow-sautéed sweet onions, and some spinach.  The liquid was about half ham bone broth, and half milk.  We had shredded extra sharp Cheddar on top (his) and Berbere on mine.  Very satisfying with a big bowl of field greens, topped with garbanzo beans and diced tomatoes. 

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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18 Responses to Soup and Sticks

  1. Kit says:

    Lessee now. . .the G-Man has GOT to weigh in at, oh, a thousand pounds or so?
    All that dee-licious food. . .sigh.

  2. Liz says:

    That sounds like a mouthwatering soup. I love the addition of sharp Cheddar, ham broth, roasted red peppers and slow-sautéed sweet onions. And being a carnivore at heart the addition of sausage is a bonus for me. Thanks for making me drool. Have a wonderful Sunday.

  3. bjdewell says:

    Well, I’m happy to say I no longer weigh more than Gary! LOL That soup/toast looks delicious.

  4. gypsy97 says:

    I’ve always loved potato soup, and the addition of sausage can only make it better.

    • judilyn says:

      As far as DH is concerned, nearly everything goes with sausage! I cook up three pounds at a time into little meat balls or patties and freeze them. Then I can easily plop them in whatever he is eating. That way I don’t need to eat so many of them. I like them . . . but just not as often as he does!

  5. Looks amazing! I enjoy your blog a lot! 🙂

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