Just before COVID hit, my husband and I had decided what the perfect party to give for folks was: a soup and bread party. Casual, help yourself buffet with kindly guests. Seemed like the perfect party food: had to be prepped way beforehand. Almost everyone likes some kind of soup or bread.
Various things and COVID killed the idea.
But I'm curious, I know what I had in mind, but I'm just one person. I make these:
Our favorite soups are:
Pasta E Fagioli
Pistou with Lentils
The posole and chicken tortilla wouldn't be served with bread, but the others would or could be.
Breads that I serve with soup are:
and lately I've been making a new pull-apart rolls that are like Parker House rolls, but it uses the tangzhong technigue and copious amounts of sour cream and chives. They are to die for. It's a Bon Apetit recipe.
If you would like any recipes, just let me know.
Living a life that requires no vacation.
Farmers know to never drive a tractor near a honey locust tree. But a tiny ad is okay: