All hail to the mighty mock meatloaf! This is one of my husband's favorite recipes and for good reason -- it tastes like the real deal. I've served this meatloaf to my parents, in-laws and best friend, all who give it a big thumbs up! It's an adaption of a recipe I stumbled across years ago... I think on Compassion Over Killing's website.
This soup is so easy to make, I almost feel embarrassed blogging about it... almost. It's so delicious I had to share. I've been eating it for as long as I can remember, but I couldn't tell you where it came from or even if it's my recipe. It got me through the many years I was a poor student and for that, I'll always be grateful. Don't let the few # of ingredients fool ...
I love pushing the bounds of my culinary limits; trying new cuisines and flavors... I've been meaning to try my hand at Moroccan flavors ever since our trip to Morocco but it took an empty fridge and hungry belly to guide my hand.
I was tempted to call this "apple pie soup" because it fills the house with that exact aroma when it's simmering. Who needs glade candles? Just make a pot of soup! This simple soup is pure bliss -- the apples and cinnamon naturally compliment the squash flavoring and the hint of curry with a touch of nutmeg helps capture the essence of Autumn. (It's even better the second day!) Enjoy!!