Ingredient Still Life:
Including pancetta and the rind from the Parmigiano-Reggiano.
The finest Italian ingredients from the A-1 Deli in San Pedro, CA
Garnish with shaved parmesan and basil.
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6 thoughts on “How about a bowl of some nice hot soup?”
I am glad you also add the rind of Parmigiano to your minestrone. I am sure Steve will get subito well.
Lucky Steve to have a friend like you!! I save the rinds too for soup!! Funny that we both had Trader Joes in our post! Your soup looks healthy and hearty!!
Lori Lynn, that is a wonderful minestrone. It’s getting chilly here, and this sounds perfect!
Hi Simona, Marie, and Maryann – I appreciate the kind words about my minestrone soup, especially coming from great Italian cooks like yourselves!
in these cold evening, I cook often minestrone, sometimes without pasta, only negetables that mixe like a cream SLURPP 🙂
Francesca- thanks for stopping by! It’s always so comforting to make your own soup, isn’t it?