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Recipe of the Week

Last year began the Crop Recipe cookbook where I create a recipe card for my croppers based on what is being served for lunch.



February's crop lunch was my first attempt at creating homemade tomato soup. Tomato soup is always my go to feel good meal. The recipe I found was for Crockpot Creamy Tomato Basil soup. It sounded good! And it was!

The recipe card is a 4"x 6" card. I print the recipe using Word and my printer and add a cute Cricut die cut image or two to complete the card. This keeps it simple so I can create several as a gift to my croppers.

My Design Space Friday Youtube video on February 16th will share how I sliced the tomato image from a group of vegetables.

Add homemade heart shaped croutons, bread cut with a small heart shape cookie cutter, tossed with olive oil, Italian seasoning, and a little salt and baked at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until golden brown, and parmesan cheese for toppings. This lunch brought back many a childhood memory for me. What food brings back memories for you?

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