This recipe is the Greek version, or rather, the knock-off version of the traditional Italian Wedding Soup. Interestingly enough, the original dish of fame is not served at weddings at all; the term “wedding soup” is a mistranslation of the Italian language, minestra maritata (“married soup”), which is a soup made with greens and meat, hence the “marriage” of those two ingredients.
Anyway, moving on. Today, we got snowed in and all that, so I decided to make this soup. It was just simply scrumptious. Read the rest of this entry »