Lunch Is Served
Restaurant price $3.50+tip+tax. Made at home $1.00.
Quick and easy, but homemade, hot, and tasty!
A buck or two well spent!
Blame my poor photography, but this bowl of soup for lunch today was just the ticket!
Manolie made a soup stock from pork bones, adding a little xylitol sweetener to reduce any pork fragrance to the kitchen. (She could have added yellow onions, but didn't this time.)
While the soup stock was bubbling away, she chopped up enough pork to make the pork meatballs you see on the top of the bowl of soup surrounded by slices of tomatoes.
She cooked the meatballs (100% pork) in the by then boiling soup stock and added Ramen-type noodles and chopped spring onion tops.
The cooked noodles went in the bottom of two of our large individual-sized soup bowls, soup stock, and spring onions were added, and the pork balls were put on top surrounded by the sliced tomatoes.
Provide a slice of lemon, any favorite seasonings (I like Bragg's Aminos) and have a soup spoon and a pair of chopsticks (or fork, for the uninitiated) and sit down to a quick and easy bowl of tasty, hot homemade soup for lunch (or anytime!)
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