We had a very busy weekend.
A very spiritual weekend.
Johnie's son was baptized on Sunday.
We spent the whole entire day with him.
And we are very proud of him.
We started the day with lunch on the grill.
We found these great big thick pork loin chops
at our local Kroger.
Johnie seasoned them all up,
grilled them slowly,
and kept them moist with BBQ sauce.
local ice cream shack.
I'm stuck on soup.
One of my very favorite comfort foods.
This is some of the best soup I have ever had.
The flavors are just awesome.
If you like a little spice in your life you will love this soup.
And when the snow is flying this winter.....
You can read that very quietly if you want to.
This soup will for sure warm you up.
My kitchen smelled just like a Mexican restaurant while I was making it.
One of those aromas that keeps you going,
"OOOOO, AHHHHH, MMMMM"
This recipe came through my Pages Feed on Facebook.
I am so glad I pinned it.
The inspiration came from the Web Site, Diethood.
I made a few changes,
and like always if you want the original give Diethood a visit.
Yesterday Johnie worked a 13 hour shift.
So he was not here for dinner.
I packed his soup in his lunch today.
I can't wait to hear how he liked it.
1 TBS butter
5 green onions, sliced, tops included
4 small cloves garlic
1 lb. ground chorizo
a little salt and pepper
1-15 oz. can diced tomatoes (mine were flavored with fennel)
1-15 oz. can great northern beans
1-15 oz. can black beans (drain and rinse both beans)
2 tsp. dried parsley
4 c. hot water
3 TBS beef soup base
1/2 c. uncooked rice
Melt butter in a dutch oven over medium heat. Add onion and garlic. Cook for 3 minutes. Turn heat up to med/high and add chorizo, salt and pepper, and parsley. Cook for 5-8 minutes.
When chorizo is browned add tomatoes and beans.
Add water and beef soup base. Bring to a boil stirring occasionally.
Add rice and turn down to a simmer. Cover and let simmer for 18-20 minutes.
See Ya'all Soon