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Soup. The definition of winter. If I could consume soup every day for the winter season, I would. In fact, maybe I will do just that. You know what I love most about soup? You really can’t mess it up. Unless you forget broth or water or burn off all the liquid or….I don’t think I’m helping my case. But don’t worry, those mistakes are nearly impossible to make.
I recently moved back to Colorado where I have been experiencing weather more bipolar than the Kardashian family. When I first arrived, the weather was 65 and beautiful outside. Two days later? I was experiencing a high of 8 degrees and a low of -3. It was great. I spent every day at the beach, tanning. Ha! Just kidding. There are no beaches in Colorado. Only hot springs…say whaaaa!? Hot springs I say! 95 degree natural springs where you can sit outside in 10 degree weather, in a bathing suit, and still be warm. That’s mother nature at it’s finest, muthafuckas!!!
When I’m done daydreaming about those hot springs and how one day I’ll actually make it to one, I run to the store, see what’s on sale, and make soup with it. In this case, it was tomatoes and the sad story of how basil was sold out in 3 supermarkets so I went with rosemary, hence the creation of a new soup. Mind blowing how soup recipes come to be! (If you agree, you’re nuts. It’s not mind blowing. Don’t try and make me feel better. You can’t suck up to me, unless you send me free samples to my door)
Prep Time: 20 minutes/ Cook Time: 1 hour / Servings: 6