I have cookbooks. Lots and lots and lots of cookbooks. They follow me home from bookstores. They arrive in my mailbox. They hop into that big paper fill-it-to-the-top bag at library book sales. Shelved neatly or stacked on flat surfaces, they are everywhere. I search them, read them and cook from them. Thanks to my excellent foodie blogging friends, my computer Bookmarks section is now sagging with saved recipes.
Yesterday's frigid temperature called for soup. Our son, Adam, was still here and working from his childhood bedroom. I jumped at the chance to prepare him a hot lunch. Serving an old favorite of vegetable soup and a PBJ sandwich crossed my mind. However, two recipes I'd been wanting to try called out to me. I had all the ingredients on hand for the soup and had pre-done the Mustard Savory Puffs and frozen them.
Adam enjoyed his lunch and asked about the puffs. I told him to check out my blog when he got back to the west coast--I'm always soliciting "visitors"!
These delicious recipes came from
Sun-Dried Tomato Soup
I couldn't link directly to the recipe so
you'll have to search her blog (click on "soups)
and go from there. You'll be glad you had to search
as you'll find many recipes with which to "stock" your
Susan's Mustard Puffs
from Barbara at Moveable Feasts (check out mid-December)
who got the recipe from
who adapted a recipe from
Dorie Greenspan's latest and amazing cookbook,
"Around My French Table"
If you haven't visited with Mary, Barbara and Susan, you are in for a delicious treat.
If you don't have Dorie's "Around My French Table", you need to get to the