7 Responses to “ham hock & collard soup with egg noodles”

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  1. I get in the habit of thinking about the outcome rather than the process. But if I take the time to stop myself and meditate on what I have in my pantry and fridge, I find that I can come up with something new and delicious that I hadn’t really considered before. It seems that works for you too, as this soup looks so fresh and wholesome and delicious!

    • I so relate to that Natasha. And in cooking, I’m all about the process unless I feel like I have to do something and then I get rattled. Next time this happens, I’m going to follow your advice and take a second to collect myself.

  2. It’s just turning to winter down here in the southern hemishpere (kind of) and I have been dreaming of soups like this for so many hot and sweaty months. This looks absolutely delicious, perfect for curling up on the couch with.

    PS sorry for saying “sweaty” in my comment.

    • Hi Sarah, you can say sweaty in my comments anytime. Besides, it’s a major factor in summer cooking (from what I remember anyway – feels like it will never be warm again). Enjoy the onset of chillier weather – that’s my very favorite time of year!

  3. Reeva

    Wow–I pride myself on being a cultured redneck, so this dish is EXACTLY up my alley:). Thanks for sharing it!

  4. april

    When u say strain the broth, what do you mean? What am i straining out? And when do i add the noodles?

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