Archive / July, 2014

Summer Soups

In Texas, many people don’t think of soups until the weather cools down a little in the fall.  For certain, nothing warms you up like a thick, stick-to-your-ribs soup like corn chowder.  But, a bowl of warm soup with a sandwich and salad makes for a light, but filling meal.  The trick to bring soup […]

Coconut-ginger Shrimp Soup

1 pound medium-size shrimp, peeled and deveined Salt to taste 1 teaspoon DRIED GINGER ROOT, ¼” cut ½ teaspoon DRIED BASIL LEAF ¼ teaspoon DRIED, MINCED GARLIC ¼ teaspoon TURMERIC POWDER 1 medium rutabaga; peeled, quartered and sliced to ½ inch 1 bunch green onions, cut in 1-inch slices 4 cups water or broth […]

Salt of the Earth

Salt is essential to life on this planet.  Without salt, we would die.  Much is being said about salt these days, creating much bad press for something that is so very important to every living organism on this planet.  Human consumption of salt is at far greater levels than we should be taking in, though.  […]

Asian Beef and Noodle Soup

Here is a great soup recipe that can have all the components prepared ahead of time.  Once mealtime comes around, just heat the broth, cook the noodles and assemble.  Serve with a simple salad of cucumbers and tomatoes with a light vinaigrette or a sprinkle of Himalayan Pink Mineral Salt.   Asian Beef and Noodle […]