Another week, another vegetable for our Power Food group, a bunch of women who strive for healthy eating with the most delicious dishes. Each blog is inspiration . Each week, we choose a recipe based on the power food which comes from the book, Power Foods, 150 delicious recipes with the 38 healthiest ingredients from the editors of Whole Living magazine. That week, we concentrated on carrots. I like to check out our vegetable, not only for health benefits, but also for the names of their sisters. Carrots are related to parsnips, fennel, parsley, anise, caraway, cumin and dill. I didn't have a clue about many of these. I, have never seen carrots of other colors or at least, if I had, I didn't know, they were carrots. I am going to a good produce store, looking for purple or red carrots, to start my search. It is fun, shopping when purposely looking for new vegetables. I have definitely expanded my horizons. When, I was thinking about what to make with carrots, I
I will be trying this soup, Chaya. We recently had lentil soup at a restaurant and we all loved it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the party! Hope you have caught up on your rest.
I've been cooking with lentils a lot lately! This looks great.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting, Chaya! Your soup looks delicious :-)ReplyDelete
Hi Chaya :)ReplyDelete
I love soup in the winter and in the summer :)
I actually have lentil soup in the fridge right now!:)
Thanks for the party
I'm with your husband I could live on soup too. Lentil is one of my favorites. Thanks for the party.
Thank you for the party, Chaya. Soup is one of my absolute favorite things - especially in the cold of winter! I have never tried lentil soup though and really should sometime soon!ReplyDelete
Hi Chaya, thanks for hosting, your soup looks delicious :)ReplyDelete
I wish I could say the same for soup here! I love soup, this sounds great and I want to try it! Thanks, my friend!ReplyDelete
Your souper soup sounds fantastic! I like the idea of adding the turkey. Soup is always so comforting. This week I've shared a delicious fish dish. I hope everything is going well. Thank you for hosting.ReplyDelete
Good morning Chaya,ReplyDelete
That is a lovely bowl of soup!
I've brought some chicken to share this week. Thank you for hosting, have a great week!