It’s freezing cold out there with patchy frost! The temperature dropped to -4 Celcius! I now realise winter isn’t interesting at all, unless it snows which makes me excited (just for a while). Don’t know why but I guess it’s nice. (Kristin, I’m sure you agree with me! Let’s build snowman this year in front of ermmmm.. not anywhere near the dump! *LOL*) I believe staying indoor is the best option.
As there were some carrots, turnips and some potatoes, I thought a warm bowl of goodness would be a good idea. So, I decided to make Lamb & Winter Vegetable Soup last night. I like this sort of cooking where I cut all the vegetables into chuncks or cubes and let Le Creuset cocotte does its wonders of slow cooking.
As you may remember, I cooked Ratatouille using myLe Creuset. It’s really a life-time kitchen item that is worth investing in. For lamb and winter vegetables soup, you can substitute any root vegetables you fancy. Don’t know about your but I particular like turnips because of their unique taste. The only chore of cooking lamb and winter vegetables soup is to chop all the ingredients. Then, you can just sit and watch your telly while waiting for your lamb and winter vegetable soup to be cooked and served.