September 4, 2009

Italian Wedding Soup and a few kitchens

Last night I was craving soup. Craving it so much that nothing else sounded good so dinner ended up being a scrambled egg. I think that for some reason that cooler morning school weather has me thinking soup sounds delish. The Ina Garten Italian Wedding soup recipe looks easy and yum so this weekend it's on the books. With that in mind here are a few kitchens I wouldn't mind spending a little time in.




My husband and I both love soup so if you have a favorite recipe please send it my way. Oh and by the way I'm specifically looking for a roasted tomato soup finished with a hint of cream so if you have one that you love let me know. Thanks dolls!
{all photos courtesy of House Beautiful}

10 comments:

southern daze said...

The tomatoes aren't roasted in this one but it looks good (I came across it in Ina's Back to Basics cookbook I picked up last weekend)... http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/cream-of-fresh-tomato-soup-recipe/index.html

Enjoy!

Luvs2dance said...

I'd have to check with the soup guru herself (MOM) but my go to favorite is Chicken Tortilla...so yummy.

Andra said...

I love old fashion chicken noodle soup with the fat noodles, yummy! Do you know what site you pulled the kitchen with the great subway tiles from? I'm in love.

Lisa said...

My mother-in-law has a great recipe for sauerkraut soup. I know it sounds weird but it is really good. Next time I make some I will have to figure out a way to bring some to pilates for you guys all to try :)

Sarah's Fab Day said...

Thanks girls for all of the suggestions!

Andra - I forgot to put where the photos came from but they're all from House Beautiful. :)

the sweet life with olives said...

gorgeous kitchens! I am SO aching to renovate mine... these pics make me feel inspired and envious all at once! so i too am a fellow soup freak. Rain or shine, Winter or Summer, I've got a soup for every mood. My ultimate fav being a very simple italian Lentil soup. I'll email you the low down. It's painfully easy and wickedly yummy. it's also my 5 year old daughters fav too, so fun for the whole family. I actually weened both my kids with it as their first taste of 'real food'. hope all is well over there, i've been mia but i'm back!

{lovely little things} said...

I would attempt Ina Garten's soup in ANY of those kitchens (while wishing they were MY kitchen)

Gaia said...

I'm sorry! I don't know the receipe you are looking for but I know that I'm tottale in love with all of your kitchens!

What have you done for Labour Day?

Laura said...

HI!
I don't know the recipe you're looking for, but if you want any great and original italian soup recipe don't esitate to ask me!!
Laura

grace said...

Hi I am new too your blog but love it! Barefoot contessa has a great roasted tomato soup she finnishes off w/ cream I just made it - wonderful! It is in the back to basics cookbook I can email it to you if yo need it