I’m type, type, typing…. away!!!
I’ve made the end of February, my deadline for finishing my newest cookbook (print and Kindle/eBook versions):
The Groovy Green Kitchen II: Simply, Super, Supper Soups
I think I can still reach my time goal; I am on the home stretch. 😉
I don’t know why this particular book project has taken me sooooo long to complete.
But right now, I’m just focused on the fact that it IS almost complete and that’s a good thing! 🙂
In the meantime, I am having a free Kindle promo this weekend for my other GGK cookbook:
It will be available as a free Kindle/eBook download, all this weekend (Feb. 20-22) at:
Amazon.com, .ca, UK….
And here’s a sample soup recipe from the GGK II:
….to get your taste-buds ready for the full collection. 😉
In addition to lots of great soups in this new book/eBook, there’s a variety of side dishes to go along with them.
Wish me luck for finishing “on time” and happy weekend, G
I love root veggies of all kinds. Turnips, potatoes, carrots…but most of all I ♥ beets!
Last week I made a big batch of my favorite soup (pictured above) Russian Beet Borscht from my cookbook: Not Just for Vegetarians. Along with it, a yummy loaf of Rye and Fennel Seed bread, a new recipe I just created. I can’t share that one ’cause it’s one I’m including in the new cookbook I’m working on. 😉 Speaking of that project, it’s going great!
But I can share my recipe for the borscht, if you haven’t tried it already.
See page 2 of this post for the recipe for : Russian Beet Borscht.
What is your favorite root veggie and if you can, do share a recipe link you have for using it!
Happy Cooking! 🙂
With winter almost getting ready to bid us “farewell” (fingers-crossed) I still think there are quite a few perfect “soup days” to come.
I think every day is a good soup day actually LOL. I ♥ all kinds of soups and in the spring summer, winter and fall! . 😉
This is a very filling and flavorful, “chunky-style” vegetable soup. If you like cabbage, you’re going to love this soup.
When I make this recipe, I don’t bother with side dishes or add-ons. Maybe a slice of bread but nothing else.
Makes a generous batch too. I hope you enjoy it soon. 🙂
See page 2 for complete recipe.
Happy Cooking 🙂