So tonight Christian made cheese soup, a recipe from his brother back in Bavaria, and even though it’s only 8:30 p.m., I find myself slipping slowly into a post-cheese soup dinner state of oblivion. You see, this soup is made with about 2 pounds of ground beef, a complete round of soft Baby Bel white cheese, one chopped onion, one chopped zucchini, a can of mushrooms and half a can of corn. Basically a cheeseburger in a bowl, and a heart attack (or mega-dose of iron?) waiting to happen.
I had my entire bowl of soup, served with a hunk of toasted rosemary-potato bread and a salad, and we have leftovers for lunch tomorrow, although I’m seriously contemplating the wisdom of eating something like that two days in a row.
All’s I know is that our little beanie baby in my tummy either LOVES the soup or is protesting wildly, lol.
But it was damn good, and I KNOW I’ll sleep like a baby tonight.
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