It’s deer hunting season! I’m telling you in case you haven’t been over to notice the blaze orange and camo hanging on hooks and draped on chairs and benches, sprinkled in among the cowboy hats, mud boots and chaps.
Hunting season at the ranch means friends and family sneaking around the hills of this place and stopping in the house in the time between morning and dusk to share stories of what they found, where they were, chances they missed, luck and how it did or didn’t change and the massive little herd of wild turkeys we have out here.
It’s hunting season and it means the coffee’s always on and so is the soup. And while I’m now on a mission to follow my friend Lee around the kitchen to write down every step of his vegetable beef soup recipe, until then, I’m sharing this no fail, always the right time, yummy, warm and cozy knoephla soup again. And if you don’t want to make your own knoephla, Baker Boy sells frozen ones that are just a good, I just haven’t been able to find them in the grocery stores lately. So if you do, please grab a few packs for me!
Cheers and good luck and stay safe all you hunters!
Cowboy Cooks Knoephla Soup
(Click for the full recipe in the archives)
I checked out the recipe – and now I’m drooling, and I’m hungrrreeeeyyy but alas, I have no chicken, cream, cowboy or whiskey in my kitchen. Drat.