Last night I made this scrumptious Les Halles Onion Soup from An Exaltation of Soup, by Patricia Solley.

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It was a delicious, standard beef broth French onion soup topped with toasted French bread and Gruyere cheese. I am very happy with my newest cookbook purchase.




The book touts that it's a "soul-satisfying story of soup in more than 100 recipes." Exaltation of Soup does not disappoint. It features the soup recipes popular for different holidays and countries. I made the Les Halles Onion Soup first, but I am very excited about the recipe for Borscht Soup too.

Today, I spent the day with my Mom. We ate lunch and then went to the Knit and Caboodle yarn shop where we oodled over a lot of fiber.

I officially have a stash!

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St. Louis is recovering from the snow storm, even though we had marble sized hail today. Pugapoo will definitely be happy that the snow is melting.


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The abominable Pugapoo!

2 comments:

Emily said...

What are you planning on knitting with that yarn?

Miss Steffy said...

I have given you an award..check Quills for details..muwhahah!!