Alicia Joseph is here to share a hearty recipe that’s easy and tasty.
Since most of my mom’s recipes are all in her head and she “eyeballs” most of the ingredients, it was hard to get one from her that she can actually give me precise measurements, but I think I found one. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.
- 6 med size potatoes
- 1 med size raw onion or one med – lg leek, green onions may also be used
- 3 to 4 stalks celery, chopped fine (some leaves are good)
- 2-3 cups of milk
- 2 tbsp. oleo or butter
Peel and cut the potatoes into approximately ¼ inch cubes.
Add them in a large kettle, along with the onion or leek and celery. Cover with enough water to be visible at the top of potatoes. (Do not completely cover with water.) Boil until potatoes are tender and slightly mushy.
Add just enough milk to make the soup a consistency of your choice.
Add oleo or butter.
Heat only until liquid appears ready to boil. Do not let this soup boil.
Place in soup bowls and enjoy!
Alicia Joseph grew up in Westchester, Illinois. Her books are sweet, romantic stories in the LGBT genre. Alicia’s latest novel A Penny on the Tracks is a coming of age story about love and friendship. Alicia has many works-in-progress that she hopes to finish soon. When she is not writing, Alicia enjoys volunteering with animals, rooting for her favorite sports teams, and playing “awesome aunt” to her nine nieces and nephews.
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