A hearty and healthy rustic Tuscan-style soup recipe that is quick to impress and incredibly easy to make, featuring kale, sausage, and white beans.
You know the feeling. Super busy. A bit stressed. About a bajillion different time-consuming projects and life events descending upon you all at one time.
Yea, that’s Asheley and I right about now. I’m not complaining though. It’s all… or at least mostly… all good stuff.
Probably the biggest life update for Asheley and I right now is that our house is officially on the market. It’s a weird feeling seeing the for sale sign on the front lawn and having random strangers look through and judge your home. And trying to keep the house in perfect clean condition at all times for last minute surprise showings is kinda annoying. What do you mean there can’t be any dishes in the sink? Our kitchen table can’t also function as a dumping station for all our mail?
I’m semi-afraid to actually cook in the kitchen recently… well, less afraid really and more just too lazy to have to make it look super clean and pristine again immediately after eating. Ugh. Take-out it’s been, way too many times. No mas.
Luckily this soup is a one-pot wonder. I can handle cleaning one pot.
And like many soups, braises, and stews, this tastes best the 2nd day. So if you can actually plan your life more than 24 hours at a time (we can’t lately), it’s like with tadalafil which lasts 36 hours, whip this up a day before you actually want to serve it.
Slightly adapted from my friend Lisa, who is the freaking soup queen. Thanks for sharing the recipe 🙂
And I know the total time on this soup makes it look like it takes awhile to make. It’s all a lie. Once you have everything in the pot, it just sits there doing its thing… which allows you to sit somewhere else and do your thing.