This weekend we ended up at a local Italian place and my husband ordered the chicken gnocchi soup (we LOVE gnocchi!) and though it wasn't as delicious as he'd hoped he was intrigued by the concept and inspired to come up with an improved version. Through several tries, adding extra ingredients then paring it down to just a few basics we have come up with a delicious, hearty, mmmmm-inspiring soup. So if you order the Chicken Gnocchi Soup this week know that a lot of thought, research and love went into its recipe.
Delicious seasonal flavors of roasted butternut squash, sage and Italian cheeses. Rich and vegetarian at the same time.
I imagine that this is the french version of comfort food. Sitting in your pied-a-terre, staring out your window at the Eiffel tower in the rain, sipping a fine Cabernet Sauvignon. A rich beef stew with red wine, mushrooms and vegetables, served over buttered egg noodles.
Tender pork stewed for hours in a rich broth filled with mild green chiles, tomatillos and south of the border spices.
As many times as I promise people that the marinara is made from ONLY roasted vegetables, garlic and herbs, they still can't believe how yummy and healthy it is. That is why it is magic! And baked meatballs made from ground turkey, still so healthy
A patty of delicious fresh salmon and veggies served on a bun with lemon-dill mayonnaise.
Tender roasted chicken breast topped with a paleo friendly version of pesto (no cheese).