Soups have never been my favorite foods.
As a kid, I loved mashed potato or mashed yucca, but turn that into a soup and suddenly I did not want it. It was unappealing to me and I felt like a bowl of watery food was not a real meal. It was so hard for me to drink soups after I got my wisdom teeth removed and every time I got a cold. I just felt constantly hungry, although I think it was more of a mental thing than anything else.
After some time, I learned to appreciate the finer things in life, also known as soup! It became a nice treat to walk into my home after a long day of school to find a nice heaping pot of soup on the stove just waiting for me. And after being married and talking about food options with my husband, I realized he loved soup, especially after a long day of work.
He thought it was a perfect finish to a long and stressful day and honestly, it truly relaxed him. It has become a tradition in our home to make two to three different soups per week. And now, we have found a new favorite.
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Quick Tip: Use any veggies you’d like in this one.