Is it soup yet?
We had the Gourmet Italian which was a definate hit with the "boys."
Tonight was the night for soup since the temperature took a nose dive today. I was really in the mood for Italian Wedding Soup. Now I have made this before and it was well received. This time Zac was very turned off by the spinach. So he ate the meatballs and the pasta. DH has yet to give me a verdict. I thought the soup was hearty, flavorful and bursting with meatballs and pasta. It really hit the spot on this chilly winter evening. Serve with a loaf of crusty bread and you have a hearty meal.
Tomorrow is a carry-in lunch at work. I looked through some cookbooks and just could not find any inspiration. I decided on a lemon bundt cake and I used a cake mix. I have a jar of Lemon curd in the cabinet. Maybe a glaze?
No plans here for New Years Eve. I would like to see Dick Clark back at the helm, but when I get up at 4 am and work 12 hours, I tucker out way before midnight.
New Years Day we will have Corned Beef and Cabbage. My Dad was the primary cook at my house and this was ALWAYS served on New Years Day. I grew up in central Indiana, DH in southern Indiana. He never heard of Corned Beef and Cabbage before we met. The tradition meal for him was black-eyed peas. Are there different traditional meals for New Years where you are from? Please post a comment and share!