|Quick and delicious! I only made half the recipe because, you know who wasn’t going to share this with me.|
Ok, I know I’m late! This should have been my French Friday post. We’ve been in Atlanta this week visiting my son and his family. May is a big birthday month for both of my grandsons. We’ve been having a great week, filled with end of year school plays and tournament baseball games. This time of the year, brings back wonderful memories of my own children growing up, and all the chaos that went with the end of the school year. Wonderful days, filled with so many fun activities.
My mission, before my trip, was to clean out my fridge and, use up all those veggies and fruits that were hiding in the depths of my refrigerator. Am I the only one with this problem? Lucky for me, this weeks French Friday recipe was for Asparagus soup. Not only was it easy to make but, I had a bag of asparagus just waiting to be used. Now, I love asparagus but, this was going to be dinner for one. My husband does not do asparagus. Heck, he doesn’t do most green vegetables.
|I truly enjoyed this soup…with a big piece of rustic bread. I was in heaven!|
I hope everyone is enjoying their Memorial Day weekend! See you all next week from lovely New Jersey!
This recipe can be found in Dorie Greenspans cookbook, “Around My French Table”.