Hey, Fiesta Friends! Sorry, I didn’t have the chance to reply to your comments last week, but I do have a good excuse.
I had to undergo a minor surgical procedure that required me to rest afterward. Everything is a-ok and I’m back on my feet, yay!
For a while, though, the husband was responsible for the food situation at home. His response to that was typical. He basically ordered takeouts for everything, from breakfasts to dinners. I haven’t met anyone else who is so averse to cooking!
By day 5, I had enough. So I braved the kitchen and rustled up something gloriously satisfying. It was healthful, too, I might add. There’s nothing as restorative as home-cooked soups and this particular one down here takes the top billing in that.
It’s Ginger Turmeric Chicken Noodle Soup, also known as Homemade Penicillin ? I may be even healthier now than before the surgery, haha…
Now, It’s Features Time!
“[This tart] is delicious, vegan and dairy free, just perfect for all members of my book club.” — Liz
“What a chocolate tart! It looks just as beautiful as it sounds. This recipe is an absolute keeper!” — Petra
“I know Petra is my co-host but my mouth was watering at yet another wonderful way to use this addictive condiment.” — Liz
“I’m completely obsessed with crispy chili oil! That thing is good with EVERYTHING! But using it to cook with beef short ribs like this is fantastic. Absolutely mouth-watering!” — Angie
“This is my kind of food! The kind I just want to tuck into and savor! Not to mention a puppy play date as well. I am jealous!” — Petra
“Puppies and Tarts! What can possibly be better than that? That could be the title for a play, btw. Who wants to write the script?” — Angie
“What a wonderful nod to the fall season, all the best flavors this time of year.” — Liz
“This looks taystee… That’s what my daughter and I say when something is better than tasty. It’s beyond… therefore… taystee, lol.” — Angie
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Miz Helen says
Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for the party!
Thanks, Miz Helen. And you, too, have a wonderful week! ?
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Great party!!! Thanks for hosting. It’s a lot of work and I know I speak for most of us when I say it is greatly appreciated!! Have a lovely weekend.
Thanks, Helen. I appreciate you partying with us! ?
Thank you so much for featuring my post Angie. I am glad you are feeling better and have recovered, I hope it wasn’t anything serious. Your husband is not unique, mine is exactly the same (although he will make me a grilled cheese sandwich on the panini machine). But, he doesn’t ask that I cook and is generous to offer to take me out, or pick up take-out if I don’t feel like it.
Glad you enjoyed the time with your daughter.
I love that savory tart you made. It’s also pretty.
My husband does make me PB&J or actually lately it’s been PB&Nutella. Sometimes he put them on the sandwich maker. That’s the extent of cooking he does, lol. He set off the alarm trying to make omelets!
I’m feeling a whole lot better, thanks, and yes it wasn’t serious. ?
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
gotta love those homemade soups! Hope you’re recovering well! Thanks for hosting us once again. I brought by some Coconut Walnut Bars this week. It’s a quick and easy DIY snack. 🙂
Coconut Walnut Bars sound good, CJ. I haven’t made bars/cookies in a while and I have all kinds of ingredients, including walnut and coconut!
Feel better Angie- that soup does look like it will do the trick. Thanks for the chocolate tart feature – it was a hi Ron our home and the same for all who will try it. ❤️❤️
ok so i could not figure out how to fix all the typos above, sorry … I meant ….it was a hit in our home, and hope the same for all those who will try making it ….
Yeah, I’m afraid there’s no way to edit a comment unless you’re an author/administrator of the blog. The chocolate tart is amazing, truly!
Tea With Jennifer says
I love that phrase, “homemade penicillin” lol! I love my chicken soups & recently started putting ginger in then please everything else & slow cook it in the slow cooker.
Glad you’re feeling better & getting back on top of things again Angie. Especially cooking ?
That you for hosting,
Tea With Jennifer says
Oops, should be
* them plus everything else
Ginger is such a versatile ingredient, isn’t it? It’s good with literally everything, as you’ve discovered. Thanks for the well wishes, I’m feeling 100% better! ?
Jhuls @ The Not So Creative Cook says
Hi, Angie. Apologies for being late. I was too busy the past few days. I am here now and ready to party! I hope you are having a lovely weekend! Happy Fiesta Friday! x
No worries, Jhuls. We’re all running late these days. The days are getting shorter and I find myself searching for more time at the end of each day. Thanks for cohosting! ?
Thank you for having me as a co host and wow, a feature!
Beef short ribs is one of my favorurite cuts and I am so glad you like it!
What a party! Happy FF! 🙂 Petra x
I love short ribs, and at times can’t decide what to do with them. Your recipe sounds incredibly mouth-watering!