Tag Archives: Potato Soup

Black and White Pudding

The surgery has required a bit of a shift in food texture for a while.  The need for potassium is great right now, so we eat a lot of potato- and milk-laden foods. The easiest – and most delicious and … Continue reading

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Potato Soup

  Potatoes are a good source of potassium.  We got into the habit of eating them frequently when DH was first home from the hospital after his transplant.  He was having a two-hour infusion with potassium in the cancer clinic … Continue reading

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The Second Soup

   The second round looked like this. The addition this time was some leftover broccoli – probably an amount equal to one vegetable serving for one of us. Mind you, we eat LARGE servings of vegetables as sides, so this … Continue reading

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One Potato, Two Potato

Onward and upward with my huge stash of bone broth. I’m using it everywhere, and THIS was unbelievably rich and delicious. Really a simple fix. Saute onions and celery. Add the broth and thicken it with a slurry of milk … Continue reading

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What Can You Do With a $15. Chicken?

Fifteen dollars sounds like a lot of money for one chicken. And it is, but listen to this. Last Sunday I baked a $15.64 organic, free-range chicken in my Nesco roaster. We are still eating on it. This guy was … Continue reading

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