Thursday, November 17, 2011

Cooking Buddy

Anybody else have a cooking buddy??
Nothing gets by this one. She's right on anything that might fall to the floor!!
Turned this pile of kale into a wonderful healthy 
phase 1 soup!
I didn't have chard, I had kale, so I used that, but this is a great recipe, quick and filling. 

Today was Day 5 of Phase 1, still no cheating. I have discovered that I miss the texture of a crunch cracker. You just don't get that in veggies. Or meat. 
If your meat is crunchy like crackers, you may be doing it wrong....!







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6 comments:

  1. That soup does look good and of course that is just like a Yorkie to wait for an accident to happen with food. :) Cute photo.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. Awww, what a cutie she is. Maybe I need one of those so I won't have to wash the floors so often. :)

    That soup looks good. I just got home from work and I am starving!

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  3. Yes, I do have a cooking buddy..in the form of a cat named Harley, who every time he hears the kitchen drawer open and can opener , he is at my feet, like lightening thinking all things canned must be "TUNA"!
    Harley, also love spaghetti night..he loves him some sauce...not even joking...:)
    The soup looks yummy!!!
    ~~HUGS~~

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  4. Oh my, that soup does look delicious!! Kale is something I've never tasted before, believe it or not. I wish I had a cute helper in the kitchen like that:-) xoxo

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  5. Wow, just stopped by your blog for the first time. It's gorgeous! I'm going to backtrack for a long time, I'm sure. Love your Yorkie pic. I've had two of those darling dogs and they are indeed precious, and amazingly daring too. My Sweetie faced down a pygmy rattle snake...nothing intimidated her except heights. And your soup looks great. We love soups around here, but I almost always forget to take pictures until the bowls are empty. Thanks so much for stopping by and joining my group. You're much appreciated already! Have a gorgeous weekend!

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  6. Yes, I have two cooking buddies! Sophie especially likes it when grandson (who's 4) comes to visit: she sits right next to him while he's eating, and I never have to worry about crumbs on the floor:)

    The soup looks delicious!

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