Not exactly sure what day of the week it is but I know it’s day two of my new approach to food and fellowship with God. My morning begins by listening to the dulcet tones of Brian Hardin reading me the bible. I am fascinated that he has been reading the bible every day for the last 10 years. That is amazing dedication as he doesn’t pre record, he goes into the studio every day at 7pm. Do you have that level of commitment, 7 days a week for 10 years? I have to be honest with you, I don’t think I do.
Today was a lazy day, I swapped my power suit for a pair of red pyjamas and spent the day getting my house in order so I can hit the ground running on Monday. Fortunately my Museli Birker was waiting for me so all I needed to do was work out lunch. I decided to make some soup. I knew that the sweet potato in the freezer would come in handy and a tin of black eye peas would add to the flavour.
Note to self label things you put in the freezer, it will make it easier to identify later 🙂 I have some interesting and colourful items in the freezer, I guess I am going to have to defrost them and see what happens.
Back to the soup of the day. What I love about vegetable soup is the fact that you simply boil and blend add a bit of seasoning and serve.
I limited mine to just sweet potato but the great thing about vegetable soup is that most vegetables work together. So whatever vegetables you have mix them together and enjoy the blending of flavours.
Here is my sweet potato and black bean soup. I added a bit of spinach to add a bit of colour to mine as I served it.