Sometimes I wish I could film what goes on behind the scenes in my kitchen when I’m cooking. You only get to see the finished product. Occasionally, it’s the behind-the-scenes that makes the dish truly memorable. I came up with this idea for a Southern-style minestrone soup using local ingredients and was anxious to give it a try. My plan was to pick Little Tot up from daycare and while he was sitting in his highchair eating dinner, I could get my prep work done. As soon as I got him to bed I planned on getting to work. That is what I “planned”…
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ABOUT LISA: Lisa is the author of the food and cooking blog, The Cooking Bride. By day, Lisa works full-time for an advertising agency in Jackson, MS. She has been married to her college sweetheart for six years and together they have a two-year-old son.Once the dishes are put away and the baby is in bed, Lisa enjoys cooking, writing, and photography. She is also a freelance contributor for several local publications, where she writes about various topics from human interest pieces, restaurant reviews, and cooking articles. Lisa is constantly on the lookout for new and exciting recipe inspirations. Follow Lisa on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, or find her on Instagram under the username @cookingbride.