|Ham &Vegetable Soup|
Today was a productive day. I went to the office, in the morning. During my morning break, I went to the bank to do a transaction. Later, during my lunch break, I went to the library to return one book, renew another and borrow one more. Then, during my afternoon break, I went to the pharmacy to pick up a medication refill.
It was a sunny day in downtown, but it had rained in the area around my house and the intersections were flooded on my commute home, in the evening. The rain is a blessing and it meant I didn't have to water the garden, today.
I took the trash can, yard waste bin and recycling bin to the curb for trash pick up, tomorrow.
Later, I made a pot of ham and vegetable soup. I had a ham bone in the freezer (leftover from daughter's graduation party, last summer) and I added 3 sliced carrots, 1/2 diced yellow onion, some leftover cooked green beans and green bell pepper from the freezer, half a tomato diced, 3 diced potatoes, a few whole pepper corns, added water and boiled everything for 30 mins. or so. I added a little salt to taste at the end. I had a bowl of soup for my dinner, tonight and there are at least 3 more servings left, if not more.
Anyone else save leftover bits of vegetables, etc., in the freezer, for making soups?