So he's here. Our little miracle arrived one month ago and as you can imagine things have been a bit hectic. The best part of having a new baby, is that you have no choice but to focus on the miracle of life and the blessing of the human body. Every time you look at their little toes, or deal with learning how to nurse, you get a new appreciation for how complex and special our bodies are. A few of my favorite things about our new baby, Bentzion, are his beautiful blue eyes, his curious nature, his skinny little legs and that he has just started to smile.
A few of the most challenging things about having a new baby is the lack of sleep, the worries about nursing and of course your ever present concern about whether you are doing everything right.
I’m looking forward to this new and exciting journey and you can look forward to finding my recipes getting even simpler, faster and more healthy. Because after all, who has time to spend in the kitchen when you have a new baby? And yet your baby and your body rely on you eating well.
Simmer for 20 - 30 minutes until your vegetables are soft and enjoy. Adjust seasoning to taste.
What’s great about using homemade bone broth is that it is already full of flavor, protein and nutrients. I like to make a large pot for Shabbat on the weekend and then strain it and use the leftovers all week. You can make many different quick and easy nourishing soups when you already have great stock.