Waste-not-want-not soup

I am even more mindful these days about not wasting food. Last evening’s meal was a hodge podge of leftovers and some broth. It was quite good!

6 thoughts on “Waste-not-want-not soup

  1. That looks yum. Indeed, the next few weeks will challenge our ingenuity and resourcefulness in the kitchen. If you had any soup leftovers, it would make a fine base for a stew also. Let it age a couple days in the fridge, which always makes it more tasty.

    I hope you’re mask ready. My daughter Elizabeth has a wide variety of scarves and pashminas, so she is set. That leaves Deborah, Tara and myself wondering if she’d help us out in that department, lol. I don’t know about you, but it’s been an anxiety rollercoaster of late. I wouldn’t taking a trip in the “wayback machine” and have it land me in the past. Even, a sticky-wicket from my previous life in the military would suffice.

    Stay well, stay safe.
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚


      1. I know what you mean. I have a balaclava mask from my military days. If I wore it, I would definitely be suspected as a hold-up man. The daughters said I need to wear something different. πŸ˜‰


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