Sarah is a 20-something engineering undergrad student at UMD who is “eating and cooking her way through life in DC”. She’s admirably ambitious. Besides writing a food blog, in any given week she’s taking and teaching classes, playing in sport leagues and spending whatever time is left with friends and family. When she cooks, all pots, pans and utensils end up in the kitchen sink. Hence the name of her blog.
This is the Spanish soup recipe that I alluded to in my Spanish Deviled Egg post on Monday that will launch the alledged “fit”. Soupa Caldosa, a spanish themed soup with chorizo and cabbage.
The comments I typed into the notes section of my computer recipe program indicate the following about this Cabbage Soup:
That I’ve had this recipe since 1999
This is a popular soup from the Oaxaca Region of Mexico
It features a coarsely ground sausage called chorizo, (pronounced chor-EE-zoh)
#4 indicates to me that “chor-EE-zoh” must have been brand new on my radar in 1999 and that I didn’t want to pronounce it wrong when I approached the meat counter. There are no notes indicating the origin of this recipe.