I am passionate about people. I simply love to bless others. More than that, I seek to heal others as well. Whether those blessings or restorations take place through my words, actions, or spirit, my effort and ability to touch others is simply a part of who I am.I have a way with words. The written Word is both my inspiration and my favor. The Word feeds me as I nurture others.I know food. My relationship with food is both vast and intimate. I know the chemistry of food, I know the art of food, and I oh so know the emotion of food. I adore food and yet I grieve it. My goal, though, is to respect food for what it is – nourishment.
In a large stockpot, over medium heat, melt Kerrygold. Add diced onion and cook until translucent. Add carrots and peas, as well as salt and pepper. Cook until soft. Add stock and chicken thighs. Bring soup to a boil and then reduce to a simmer for 30 minutes, until chicken is completely cooked through. Remove thighs and place in a separate bowl. Using two forks, carefully shred the chicken thigh meat and then return to soup mixture. Add noodles. Continue to simmer for 30 minutes.
Soothe the soul. Consume. Breathe in the the healing love and savor the joy.