Creamed Cauliflower And Cheese Soup
With the chill of fall in the air, there is a beckoning towards a good bowl of soup. The blend of cauliflower and cheese is hard to resist in this recipe. Another thing hard to resist is that this is cooked in the slow cooker. You don’t have to slave for hours in the kitchen stirring the big soup pot.
Instead, take the kids, hubby, some fall jackets and take a walk around your neighborhood. Enjoy the sweet smelling time of autumn.
Then when you arrive home, what will be greeting you, but the aroma of home cooked soup. Without all the fuss and bother that your grandmother had to go through to make as equally a great pot of soup.
So bring on the Nunavut Pan Fried Bannock, soup bowls, and spoons.
Tastes Of Canadian Heritage
This recipe of Creamed Cauliflower and Cheese Soup, along with Nunavut Pan Fried Bannock can both be found in the newly released 150th Canadian Celebration Cookbook, authored by Theresa Buker of Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs.
It is 194 pages of 150 Canadian recipes representing all provinces and territories of this great land. Along with some trivia as well as adapted recipes from the time of Confederation to today.
This is a delight to have in any cookbook collection. Published particularly to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, it is sure to bring joy to your table for years to come. Get your copy here: 150th Canadian Celebration Cookbook.
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