Soup for lunch

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In recognition of my new iphone 4 and my enjoyment of Twitter I’m back to blogging. The phone was need for the pictures, I’m not even “No David Bailey” so I wanted a simple camera that couldn’t go wrong and that I’d carry with me everywhere.
So far I’m very pleased. I’m not looking to win prizes just try and take a few snaps and then share them.
The soup I made at my daughter Jade’s house. She wanted some help tiding the kitchen and throwing out stuff that was no longer any use. Her daughter Maisie has had a grumpy day and, at only 9 months, it’s quite tricky to work out why.
So I made soup believing that chicken soup especially makes everything better.
Maise ate most of the bowl pictured here, from my spoon! Jade had a big bowl too and now they’re both asleep.
Job done I’d say.
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About thanecooks

Thane Prince stumbled into cooking by chance. Trained as a nurse, she began by cooking for the local deli, took a class in journalism and almost before she knew it was writing for the Daily Telegraph. She wrote for the DT for 12 years , did quite a bit of TV work and then moved on to open and co-run The Aldeburgh Cookery School in Suffolk. The school was a great success and received many accolades, judged as one of the top three in the UK at one time. Tiring of life in the country Thane moved back to Central London where she now lives, writes and eats. Thane’s twelfth book Ham Pickles and Jam is published in October 2011.
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