Archive for tag soup

lamb – yellow split peas soup

by Eva Felis on December 17, 2015

I waited many years to cook this lamb & yellow slit peas soup or lamb at all. I feel the need to catch up on lamb. It’s funny, weird and somehow interesting, how we implement those parental food-related behaviors. My mom makes a face like having dirt in her mouth, even smelling bananas. But I Weiterlesen



lemony red beet and sweet potato soup

by Eva Felis on January 22, 2015

You can’t beat a bowl of hot soup on a cold winter’s day. That’s what they say. Although only the calendar says it’s winter, yet it’s feels like spring in Atlanta these days. I’ll take it and this soup too. If red velvet cake would be a soup, it would be this lemony red beet Weiterlesen



spinachy mac and cheese soup

by Eva Felis on February 12, 2013

Some people are super heroes and save the world on a daily basis. You can find their stories in comics, books and movies, no big deal. Some people impress us with their skills like steering a greyhound bus with their nose while juggling with fire torches, underwhelming! Here is the thing: my mum makes a Weiterlesen



yellow split pea and sweet potato soup

by Eva Felis on May 15, 2012

The summer in southwest USA can be brutal, hot and humid, I had been told. It’s going to be my first summer down here and I have to admit, saying I am not a fan of this kind of weather is high understated. That’s not me complaining, not at all, since my move in December Weiterlesen




by Eva Felis on January 19, 2012

My mum makes this soup several times in the cold and very cold time of the year and especially every Christmas eve. I planned to continue this tradition, but last Christmas I rather thought about pulling out my shorts, than heating me up from the inside. So I waited patiently for colder weather.
Don’t think of Weiterlesen



chickpea- spinach soup and egg drop

by Eva Felis on October 23, 2010

It is getting quite in our house in the Midwest. The last days were days of saying good bye, Mr. F is on a trip until Friday and my sisters left yesterday toward home. Usually I would say: ‘I will miss you girls’ but lucky me is going to visit my family and friends in Weiterlesen