Everybody has those certain triggers that spark up a feeling of nostalgia—sites, sounds, smells that transport them to another place, another time. For me, at this time of the year, when heavy snow blankets the world outside my window, it's the welcoming smell of a roast, a ham, or a bird cooking slowly in the kitchen.
The scent winds its way through the house and wraps itself around you, lending warmth and comfort. With it comes the promise of not one, but several meals to come, because after we've reveled in the tender sliced or pulled meat alongside mashed potatoes and crisp veggies for dinner that first night, we'll use the bones to make stock.
While I can't get enough soup in general, anything with fat, tender noodles was always my favorite as a kid...a trait that my own kids have inherited. If I'm in the mood, I'll make them from scratch, but more often than not, I reach for Reames Frozen Egg Noodles. I have it on good authority (my kids) that they are just as good. And I have to agree. Plus, they're so much easier and quicker. (Want to try them yourself? Download a Reames Coupon today!)
The kids had already put in their request for a noodle soup, so I pulled a bag of Reames egg noodles from the freezer, and added another household favorite, collard greens to the mix.
Do you have a certain food or recipe that brings YOU "home"?
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