I'm a little behind on my Barefoot Bloggers this month, so today you get two for the price of one!
We made this one Saturday evening after we'd been working in the yard and walking outside all day. Although I don't know if it's truly one I'd make over and over again (I'm more a fan of blended soups), it was quick, easy, and satisfying. (Note: We halved the recipe, and then halved the butter and olive oil yet again--dear Ina and her fats!)
This recipe made me feel like a cooking goddess! The only thing I knew about souffles prior to this was that they fall and it makes you cry. (I believe I gleaned this knowledge from 80's sit-coms.) I fully expected mine to do the same, so I was so excited when I opened the oven to a puffy, browned, beautiful little mound. And then--as if it were alive almost--it slowly started to lower as it cooled. (Which, so I've read, is what's supposed to happen, so I was OK with that.) It was the most amusing meal! And it tasted good too!
As we are card-carrying egg lovers in this house, I think more souffles will be in our future.