We eat soup year round in our household – no matter if the weather is warm or cold, soup is one of the staple things I make each week – each week might be a different variety and the kids have their favorites but my favorite thing about them eating soup is the amount of vegetable I can get them to eat each day.
Can’t believe the summer is almost over and the morning low temperatures are definitely make everything feel like fall. Since our garden tomatoes are taking over all our meals (we eat everything tomato these days – tomato salad, pasta and tomato sauce, tomato juice, tomato and mozzarella, tomato everything) I decided to not let anything go to waste and made my sons favorite soup – tomato soup. I froze half of it in small containers so the kids can have this in a few days or weeks or whenever they crave it; plus it will also save me making a meal for them.
Spring is almost here. In the meantime, this soup will definitely brighten your day.
Here is the recipe for the Estonian Sauerkraut and Pork Soup. We have a similar version of this soup in Romania too, however we use cabbage and smoked pork. Continue reading “Sauerkraut and Pork Soup”
Delicious in every season this pumpkin broccoli soup is a must have for our Thanksgiving meal.