Saturday, March 14, 2020

Coping Mechanism

 I don't know how you are coping with all the doom and gloom but I've been cooking up a storm. My great grandma's soup pot has been in use almost every day. I don't know why but there MUST be soup.

 I've made lentil soup.

Matzo ball soup.....

....and veggie soup this week.

I've also made spinach and onion quiche-twice......

.....and bread. I don't post very often about my cooking because I don't usually do it very often any more but right now I need the comfort of a home cooked meal.


  1. With the exception of the lentil soup, (I have no idea why I detest lentils so much), everything looks amazing. You even baked bread? I'm so envious of people who can bake bread. I bought new yeast this week just in case I have to bake my own, but I've always failed. It never rises and looks and feels like a rock. Any suggestions?
    Hang in there. I'm trying to be optimistic but it's looking worse all the time isn't it?

  2. Everything looks so delicious! I'm planning to bake bread and make soup this I have to think about quiche!!

  3. I love soup, and yours look delicious!

  4. Oh yum....all those soups look delicious and I do love a good quiche.

    We had Greek Lemon Soup last night. It turned out really tasty.

  5. That quiche looks....well I want a fork to eat some right now right out of the pan.
    Love the soups, look good too and the bread is a masterpiece.

  6. Those soups all look delicious - and homemade bread to go along with it. The quiche looks so perfect.

  7. Ahhh, soup and fresh bread! Now I know what to do about dinner!

  8. It all looks great so you are a stress cooker! :)

  9. Comfort food is the perfect thing for uncertain times!
    I've been baking bread too!

  10. Crazy times, eh? I, too, have been on a cooking spree, making recipes I've not done in years. Part of hunkering down maybe? Your soups look very tasty.

  11. Can I come stay with you and eat quiche and soup?