Here's a simple summer soup I whipped up for the Clean Blog featuring sweet peas and caramelized onions. I love recipes like this on hot summer days when eating warm food just does't feel so appealing. Play around with the herbs and use what's fresh in the garden. Chives, mint, or oregano will work great alongside the sweet peas and onions.
I've been loving my morning routine that has been consistent for the past few weeks. After watering and feeding the animals, I stroll over to our Honey Crisp apple tree, give it a gentle shake and wait for an apple to fall. I collect 1 or 2 two then walk towards the sun while enjoying the crisp, tart apple. Well, today that all came to an end. A deep frost the last few nights turned the apples frozen solid.
I've only had Pho a handful on times in my life but this week I got a big craving for this fiery and delicious soup. This traditional Vietnamese dish combines a rich, aromatic broth with fresh vegetable and noodles for an amazingly tasty experience. The base of this recipe is the broth so it is essential to use quality beef bones and take your time to slowly simmer for several hours to bring out as much flavor as possible.