I seriously cannot believe that summer is over. The kids have been back in school now for 3 weeks and the weather has turned from 90’s to 50’s in the blink of an eye. How did that happen?
When the weather turns cold, the first thing I gravitate towards is soup. I love a big bowl of steamy deliciousness in the fall. I’m sure I’m not alone there. It makes the cold dark days seem manageable, in my eyes.
You know when you’re sitting out in the sun in the middle of summer and you can feel the heat permeate your insides and every inch of you feels warm and toasty? That’s how I view soup…like the sun warming me from the inside out.
This is a really easy soup to make, in fact, it’s done in less than 30 minutes and is filling and delicious. You can opt out of the fried sage if you’re making this for picky eaters, but don’t skip it for the big kids. Frying sage removes the pungent oils and it imparts a light sweetness to the leaves. Let it rest a minute on paper towels and then crumble easily over the soup.
Here’s the recipe:
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