Monday, November 18, 2013


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One More Thing...                          

Today is National Vichyssoise Day!

This holiday celebrates Vichyssoise (pronounced “vee shee swahzz”) —a thick, French-style soup made from potatoes, cream, chicken stock, leeks, and onions.

Traditionally served chilled (of course, you can serve the recipe hot) has a French name but was invented in 1917 by French chef, Louis Diat, while working at the Ritz-Carlton in New York. He named the dish after “Vichy,” after a town near to where he grew up.  

If you're in the mood for Vichyssoise, a.k.a. to us lay persons as potato soup, click here for a quick easy recipe. 
                                                 Bon Appétit!!


Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

I'm not a fan of potato soup at any temperature. Happy Monday to you.

S.P. Bowers said...

I love potato soup. Though I like it hot, with chunky potatoes and bacon. Perfect for a sick day in front of the TV.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Vichyssoise - first I've heard of it. And it already has its own holiday.

Sylvia Ney said...

Great! Now I'm hungry ;-) Hope all your projects are going well. Keep Writing!

Michelle Wallace said...

This soup probably tastes as delicious and exotic as it sounds and looks. I love soup.
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