Soups have been always a source of coziness, loving family, and warm relationships. Soups always trigger pleasant memories about your childhood, the snow, and a grandma waiting for you after a long day at school.
Soups recipes are easy to make. They have been always a source of coziness, loving family, and warm relationships. Soups always trigger pleasant memories about your childhood
This warm dish has always been a source of coziness, loving family, and warm relationships. It always triggers pleasant memories about our childhood, the snow, and a grandma waiting for you after a long day at school. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a grandma to wait for me after school, but my husband had two. He remembers her warm soups after school and when he had the flu. To be honest, I feel jealous. Jokingly I always call him the spoiled grandson. However, a good bowl of this warm treat can contain endless nutrients and may substitute a dish of any meal. To make soups, you may not need an exact recipe but fresh ingredients, good imagination, and a willingness to combine products. Once you get used to making this warm dish, you will start improvising and having your unique recipe.
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Scientists, through genetic testing, have traced the origin of wild potatoes to southern Peru and northwestern Bolivia. People had domesticated potatoes approximately 10,000 years ago. Later on, in the 16th Century, they were introduced to the Americas and Europe. Potatoes are rich in nutrients and have been used in many dishes ever since. In Ireland, farmers, workers, and the pourer population used them as a main meal. In the18th century, potatoes crops were infested by a water mold (potato blight or late blight). The mold led to serious damages to the potatoes crops and led to mass starvation. The potatoes famine started in Ireland in 1845 and ended in 1849. This period was known as the Great Famine. Click here for the recipe