Garlic & Lamb Bone Broth

Bone broth is all the rage these days. There are many benefits of bone broth, but of course the bones must be responsibly sourced from animals with a high quality, clean life. We were fortunate enough to have bones from a delicious grass fed and free raised farm lamb we got from a local Palouse farmer. You can almost taste the high quality life this little lamb led in its broth and meat. Continue reading

Creamy Potato Soup

Before spring hits too hard and the weather warms up, I wanted to make a creamy and hearty winter soup that uses one of my favorite and more versatile foods: potatoes! This soup is creamy and herby with lots of vegetables. Perfect for the tail end of winter before we’re over-run with blooming greens. Continue reading

Hearty Ixtapa-Style Tortilla Soup

The best tortilla soup I’ve ever had came from a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Ixtapa, Mexico called Mama Norma’s. I’ve been here plenty of times as a child and this soup holds a special place in my memory. Common restaurant tortilla soup is always a huge letdown. Since unfortunately, I can’t visit Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo every day, I made up this soup at home and I swear-it tastes exactly like the original. I use toasted Ancho chili peppers to give this hearty soup its deep, smoky flavor without being too spicy. Continue reading