This blog is a work in progress. You'll notice that I don't have 7 different recipes of everything yet, but keep checking back. My goal is to get 7 of everything listed by the end of 2014! By the time I'm done it will be over 365 recipes. If you have suggestions for a recipe please feel free to leave a comment or send me a message.
Almost a year ago I was introduced to an awesome thing called Bountiful Baskets. Have you heard of them? It's wonderful! Click the link above if you haven't heard about them. You get fresh produce at a fraction of the price you would pay for it at the store. I LOVE it!!!
So what does Bountiful Baskets have to do with celery soup? Well, one week I received two bags of celery. I'm not a big celery eater, in fact I really don't like it at all. The texture is not appealing to me. Usually the only way I will eat it is with peanut butter on it, and even then I'm forcing myself to finish it. When I received the two bags of celery I was a little disappointed, I really assumed it would go to waste, especially without my hubby here to help eat it. But then I stumbled onto a recipe for soup, celery soup! I figured it was worth it to give it a try since either way it would go to waste, either with me not eating it or me using it to make soup and then not liking it. Surprisingly enough it was so GOOD! It must've been the pears and the apples that were added to it, or maybe it because I just don't like the text of celery, whatever the reason, this soup was really wonderful!