Ina's Italian Wedding Soup


I did it!  I made it through the week without eating a cheeseburger!  Or a bagel every morning!  There was some cookie dough last night... but remember how we talked about balance?  Also, you guys, I have had this blog for a very long time.  That was a weird transition, but just hear me out.  Carson and I were watching the Food Network the other night - "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" if you must know (cause it's either that or HGTV in this house) - and he saw some soup and said, you should make that.  And I was all, I have made that, don't you remember?  And he's like, nope.  And I was like, ugh, what is WRONG with you (we're in the honeymoon phase).  Then I searched my blog and realized I made it SIX YEARS AGO.  Check it out here, along with my teeny, tiny photos.

So I made it again!  The dish is Italian Wedding Soup, and it's delicious.  A healthy blend of veggies, greens (I used escarole) and turkey meatballs (I skipped the sausage as well as the pasta in Ina's recipe).  We ate it along with grilled cheeses (balance) and it was a wonderful dinner!        


Annie said...

My mom used to make this, and I always loved the teeny meatballs! You've inspired me to give it a try. Thanks for the nice memory!

Holy Food said...

This looks absolutely fantastic….I cannot wait to try this Thank you!

Linda said...

Hey πŸ’πŸΌ
Keep honeymooning,
Linda & Roger

Anonymous said...

I make it with everything you did but also shredded chicken and lean shredded beef.no patsa.parmasean it was my grandmothers recipe

Red Strings said...

The decor at this place is absolutely beautiful. In terms of decor, this is definitely a big step above a typical wedding venue. Wedding venues NYC are spacious, breathable, and absolutely glowing. They can bring in an open bar as well into this place.


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