Tag Archives: Potato Soup

NOLA Boy Defies All Odds

They took him away unconscious to the hospital next door.  They helicoptered him to UMC in Tucson.  Kidney failure.  They told me to be prepared for the worst.  Then, almost two weeks in the hospital, mostly in altered mentation, with … Continue reading

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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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