Wednesday, January 14, 2009

ABC's

The other day, while at the library, Elizabeth found a Sesame Street Cookbook.This was the first recipe she wanted to try.
I thought it would be easy to find alphabet noodles but it wasn't; we searched three stores before finding some.
Thankfully I had some chicken stock in the freezer so Elizabeth could have her soup this evening.
It was a big hit!

7 comments:

Posh And Trendy Back to Basic's said...

LOL I remember spelling out my name with those noodles.. so much fun digging through the bowl looking for certain letters before eating them.
Too bad we live so far apart.. I have a pkg of them in my cabinet.
I think I'll make the boys some soup with them... what kid doesn't like them? :)

Fran said...

Soup looks great Elizabeth. Yum...

I remember getting a childrens recipe cookbook when my kids were growing up in the 70's and once a week they would take turns to pick a recipe to make 'supper' or desert for the family. Let's say we had some very interesting meals...like spam with pineaple rings and cherries..oh my!!*lol* good memories and because they started to cook when they were young, they all appreciated the work that went into making a meal for others and not to turn their noses up at anything that was put in front of them. Today they are all wonderful cooks, boys and girls alike.

~~Fran...:c)

belinda said...

I've been behind on my blog readings. I'm glad I could finally get over and see what you guys have been up to. I think your soup is cute with all the letters Elizabeth!!

QuiltedSimple said...

That looks yummy. I love chicken noodle soup (especially homemade) but no one else in our house does:(
Kris

Melissa said...

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Texas Mom said...

I don't think I've ever bought alphabet pasta before. Don't even recall seeing any in the stores!

jacquie said...

alphabet noodles are the BEST! i used to use them in my classroom when i was teaching little ones.

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