After liver, this fun book is always a great source of not eating! The weather is starting to warm up here in Vancouver, but even the rain of yesterday did not inspire me to make this soup.....
Carol Story's Manhattan Lobster Bisque
not cooked from: the phony gourmets
will not serve: 4
the intro: "There's not a drop of lobster in this delicious soup, but if you tell your guests it's called Lobster Bisque, their brains will take over and they will actually think that's what's in it." - Carol Story
1 (10 ounce) can Campbell's Tomato Soup
1 (10 ounce) can Campbell's Split Pea Soup
2 c milk
1 c fake crab meat, finely chopped in food processor
1. In a medium saucepan, heat soups, milk and fake crab over medium heat for 15 minutes or until steaming hot.
2. Serve piping hot and don't forget to tell everyone the name of the recipe.
OK, lets move on shall we? Take a look at some good food, ready to bring on summer!
How about a homemade strawberry cream soda, I can't wait for granddaughter to come for her next visit!
Mushrooms a la Grecque, these delicious morsels are great as an appetizer or a salad.
Blueberry and Lime jam, give a visit to Bev's back porch!
This marinade is perfect for right now.
Now, don't laugh, this bread is delicious, come on you know you want to look.......
There is bacon, on your salad, enough said!
More blueberries in a beautiful cake, at Concetta's Cafe.
This squash recipe looks delicious and different from most offered this time of year, take a look.
I just love making my own convenience foods!
As always, thanks for taking a moment to stop for a visit.
I appreciate your time and your wonderful comments!