It was blustery today, with snow showers off and on all day, and I felt like making soup. I never got around to making turkey stock after Thanksgiving, just pulled all the meat off the carcass and tossed it in the freezer along with the bones. Today I pulled out the package of bones and did up a big pot of stock. I'll can most of it, but took out some to make soup for dinner.
This soup is entirely from my food storage shelves and freezer: dehydrated corn, peas, celery, carrots, and potatoes, half of a 1-pound package of frozen turkey meat, and homemade stock. Not shown are the home-grown dried thyme and oregano, home-dehydrated onion and garlic powders, and frozen grated ginger.
The recipe was so easy. I just put two cups of stock plus two cups of water into a pan, threw in a scant handful of each of the veggies, the chopped turkey meat, a tablespoon-ish of the thyme, oregano, and ginger, and a hearty dash of onion and garlic powders, simmered for 20 minutes until the potatoes were rehydrated, and voila! Dinner is done, with enough left over for my lunch tomorrow.
And because it's Sunday, we had already made bread earlier, which went great with the soup. The pineapple was dessert. Yum!