My take of this beloved family favorite — creamy, comfort, fresh goodness.
This soup is easy to make, satisfying and so delicious. If you are choosing fresh, great ingredients it doesn’t have to be complicated and difficult to put together a beautiful meal.
I feel a little silly sharing this recipe because it is so, so basic and simple, but the results are delicious.
I love making these chips now for my own family, knowing that the ingredients are so simple, fresh and from my garden.
Those of you with gardens know that you tend to harvest a lot of the same ingredients—all at once. Right now, it’s potatoes. A lot of potatoes.
First of all, I learned that these “potatoes” are actually potato seeds. When you pull up the green leafy stalks from your compost, you’ll find the starter spud attached to a huge dangling root system. Those roots house a number of little bitty potatoes, which are the seeds you should plant. In a matter of minutes, Pat and I collected the seeds, dug small holes in my raised beds and planted them. Done. Easy. Free!