Monday, April 12, 2010

Oh, well . . . more for me . . .

I knew before I made it that they wouldn't eat it . . . Still, it's so disappointing when they don't . . .

My persnickety family would not go near this Creamy Cauliflower Soup, from the Fit For Life Cookbook, made with a shiro miso base, and no dairy. It truly is delicious, light and flavorful (not to mention healthy), but would they even try it? Nope.

So, I ladled it into soup mugs, sprinkled a little extra nutmeg on top, and froze enough portions to last me two solid weeks (if I were to take it to work every day).


Their loss . . . (sigh!)

13 comments:

Esther said...

Looks delicious to me! Can I join your family so I can have meals cooked for me too. :)

Meaghan said...

Looks good! I make stuff sometimes that I know my kids won't eat just because I like it. PB&J for dinner every once in awhile isn't so bad. :)

pat said...

I gave up on my family years ago... Like you said, you have all the good stuff for yourself!

Barb said...

I know what you mean! It is so disapointing when everyone else does not enjoy the things you make as much as you do. It looks and sounds delicious!

Nancy said...

I make soup all the time that is almost identical to that. Yummy....no, hubby won't touch it, so it's all for me!!

Joanne said...

Looks delish to me! It is frustrating when they won't even * try it. Oh well, more for you !

Reds said...

Love soup - too bad your family doesn't like it - but you are lucky - you get it all to yourself!

Nicki, said...

I'm not a cauliflower girl - but this looks good. Their loss indeed!

janett said...

I would have eaten it, I love cauliflower and that looks yum!

Kim Mattina said...

Their loss, indeed! But you know what? The upside is that you won't have to cook lunch for awhile and will be having some great meals!

Michelle J said...

It looks delicious & I do love soup!!

Nessa said...

LOL I secretly love it when that happens, because it means more for me!! :)

Angela2932 said...

This looks really good! I'm always amazed by how much I like cauliflower--and how suspicious youthful eaters are about healthy things!