Welcome to the new Honey & Figs blog! I finally got my own domain name and move blog thanks to the help from Deby at Moms Make Money. I’m so so grateful for everything she’s made for me. Go check her wonderful services here!
The redesign is not finished yet. I’ve still got lots of stuff to sort out, so excuse me if both the old domain and this one look a bit weird for the following days. Oh, and if you followed my old blog via Bloglovin or Feedly, would you mind following this one now?
I really hope you guys like the new look. You can let me know what you think in a comment below, that’d be lovely and much appreciated!
Now let’s move to the soup. Best soup ever, to be exact.
You know how I always have a hard time trying to decide whether I like summer or fall foods better. On the summer side you have ice-cream, fro-yo, cold drinks and lots of fresh produce. And then, on the fall side there’s apples, caramel, cinnamon and spice and warm cozy soups… I really don’t know which side I’m in. But this soup? Oh boy, this is truly the best of both worlds: fresh summer tomatoes, peppers and garlic roasted to perfection and then simmered to get a comforting soup which warms the soul and gets you in the mood for oversized sweater weather while reminding you of summer. It doesn’t get any better than this!
Even though it’s not exactly the quickest soup ever, it reheats wonderfully and it’s awesome too when it’s cold. That’s great since I’ll be back to school tomorrow (!!!) and I won’t get round to make as much soup as I’d like. I’d better be preparing a make-ahead recipe round-up, because I’m sure I’m so going to need it! This school year is going to be so so weary, being my last year as a high school student. And I’ll also have to keep up with this blog, because you guys know I don’t plan to give it up; as well as attend swimming lessons, train for a half-marathon (I’m so excited about it!!!) and improve my photography since I plan on getting a proper camera soon (yay!). It’s going to be quite hectic, but I think I’ll be able to cope with it all, because things don’t seem to be so hard when you truly like what you’re doing.
Oh God, I really hope it isn’t too hard.
I can always have soup if things get rough. This one is so comforting that I think it’ll get me through everything… gruelling school year included.
Now, tell me. Which is your favorite kind of comforting food to have when life gets stressful? Do you foresee a hectic year for you?
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend!