Tag Archives: Cooking Light

“the pollen count has been wicked”

Creamy Chicken & Wild Rice Soup

In the past week, Chicago has just exploded with Spring. Tulips are open and blooming in all the flower beds and the trees are filled with green buds and flowers. Beautiful, yes. Good for the allergies, no. {PS-Can anyone name the source of the post title quote?} Continue reading

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baked in a bowl

Baked Potato Soup

Sorry that I haven’t been adding much content to this place lately.  The early (like 4:15PM early) darkness makes it hard to ever take good evening pictures (hence the less than stellar ones on this post), 5 days in Philly for Thanksgiving, and then starting a full-time (albeit somewhat temporary) job this week has given me less time in my kitchen.  Winter has actually arrived in Chicago with freezing temps and light flurries swirling in the loop.  Its probably no surprise to you that I am talking about another soup recipe.   Continue reading

feelings of fall

Today was the first day in Chicago that really felt like fall.  I had a bowl of warm oatmeal rather than my greek yogurt/granola combo of summer.  Suddenly shorts and a tank are no longer suitable running attire and sleeves are necessary.  The sidewalks are laced with the first fallen leaves and the sun begins to set at 6:30 rather than closer to 8.  Although I really was jipped with a summer (bar exam, few “warm” days), I am looking forward to the change in seasons. Continue reading