I made three soups in January.
Red lentil and carrot from Cooking with Foods That Fight Cancer
Broccoli cheddar from Looneyspoons: Low-fat food made fun!
Jambalaya from Weight Watchers (heavily modified: I substituted white fish for shrimp, used more liquid and had sausage on the side, so folks could choose their level of spiciness. And I didn't use chicken. And I used different spices. This for me, was a wildly adventurous departure).
If I don't run out of time today, I plan on making a pre-chemo Sweet potato and roasted garlic soup from the The Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook: Great-Tasting Recipes That Keep You Lean!
A friend gave this one to me. I recall it being time consuming but delicious..
I have had a post on the tip of my fingers about my current highly ambivalent feelings about my life, identity and treatment but I can't seem to bring myself to write it.
In fact, I can't seem to bring myself to write much these days.
Maybe, later this week, as I recover from chemo.
Tomorrow is Groundhog Day. And the four year anniversary of my mastectomy.