Garlic is great for what ails you, especially when you're sick and it's cold outside. Otherwise, it's still healthy for you. This simple soup is great for the common cold or a hangover, thanks to rich eggs and plenty of garlic (10 cloves, practically a whole head o' garlic). Medicinal aspects aside, garlic just tastes good. And so does this soup, because it also has thyme and bay leaves, and we like those. Hailing from Provence, this soup is France's version of chicken noodle soup: healing comfort in a bowl.
This cold-weather soup, featured in cookbook author/Francophile Dorie Greenspan’s Around My French Table, is described as Provence’s version of America’s chicken soup. This simple, subtle garlic concoction is used to cure colds, as well as the more common hangover.... Read More