Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Blizzard Soup...


and here!

The Pasta e Fagioli soup recipe can be found here!

55 comments:

  1. The soup looks great! I'll be right over - oh that's right you're in the worst snow since 1882 :)

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  2. 1882? Did they forget last year? LOL!

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  3. Warm, nice and thick! Perfect fare after a Blizzard. :)

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  4. That soup looks delicious

    Happy WW!

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  5. That soup would be perfect for a icy, chilly day.. :)

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  6. Happy Holidays!

    That soup could really warm up our hearts for the cold days and nights.

    I hope you are not too affected of the snow storm.

    Take care!

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  7. Perfect for a cold day. Or a snow blizzard.

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  8. that's a perfect breakfast for me. :)

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  9. I love Pasta Fagioli. I really want to make this.

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  10. Awesome! We had Blizzard Nachos the other day. Whatever was in the fridge went into the creation...then we kicked back and watched the snow fall!

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  11. how much snow did you get?

    and to pick your culinary brain, do you have good vegan recipes to share?!?

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  12. Looks to be creative warm and comforting to ward off the chill. Happy WW and upcoming New Year!

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  13. An excellent soup for a day spent digging out of the snow! Let's hope our family members can finally travel into work tomorrow! :)

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  14. I think many of the soups can be vegan if you use water instead of chicken stock, or use vegetable stocks. This one, Minestrone with Tomatoes and Rice, is great using water. I'll look in the cookbooks and see what I can come up with.

    Thanks for the comments!

    me, too, Pat, hope they get in tomorrow!

    Happy WW and Happy New Year, too!

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  15. Yummm! This looks perfect for when the weather is cool outside. :)

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  16. Perfect soup for a blizzard day or any winter day. Hope you're able to dig out soon!

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  17. I am sure this soup is perfect for the cold weather you face over there!

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  18. YUM! I could go for some of that soup for breakfast right now :) Happy Wednesday!

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  19. It's the cheese that getting to me!

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  20. Thanks for sharing this photo an the recipe...oh that looks delish! Happy WW :)

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  21. Oooh...now I am bookmarking this recipe! I love that soup...always get it at Olive Garden! I hope you have managed to dig ot from the blizzard! Ours was pretty...my first white Christmas...but was virtually gone by the next day! lol That's my kind of snow storm! Happy New Year to you and your family!...hugs...Debbie

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  22. Looks delicious! But I'm simmering my turkey carcass for Thai chicken soup with coconut milk. MMMM good.

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  23. soup looks marvelous. Happy wordless to you!

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  24. I made soup this week too and threw in a little ditalini pasta. Love that little stuff!

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  25. Ohhh, that looks very good!


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  26. I'll be right over. I love pasta. Way too much.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  27. This is a perfect soup for a damp and cold winter evening. A bowl of it by the fireside would really boost a flagging spirit. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  28. this soup looks very warm & inviting! great for any cold day this time of year! Hope the blizzards are kind to you this year... I fear we will have more.
    ~Faythe @GMT~

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  29. Good luck with shovelling! Thanks for stopping by on WW!

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  30. Wish I hadn't just seen this .... my lunch is pretty paltry today, and I'd rather be eating this! :)

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  31. We here in Arizona have finally gotten snow (a blizzard in fact). This is perfect soup for today's weather.

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  32. Think I'll be adding to this a weekend menu soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  33. I am loving this. It really looks delicious. I hope you've had a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  34. Hi! , just stopping by to wish you a very happy new year!!

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  35. The soup looks wonderful. I will totally have to try it out. I hope you all had a great Christmas and may you have a fabulous 2011!

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  36. The soup looks great! After experiencing the blizzard in New York City, I never want to see that amount of snow ever again.

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  37. Oh yum! I am so in the mood to make more soups this time of year, January especially. Happy new year!

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  38. I love the name of your soup...hopefully it will be the only one with that name this winter.

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  39. This is absolutely perfect for a cold day. Love it! Love it! Love it!

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  40. We love a hearty soup when it's cold outside! Happy New year, sweet friend! ♥

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  41. I thought I commented on this! It looks perfect for a cold day, very hearty!

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  42. Perfect for warming up! Is the snow all gone?

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  43. WOW, you did get a lot of snow! Yummy soup for a cold day. I would love it but my hubby has trouble eating pasta and beans with his diabetes.

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  44. A comforting dish in a blizzard, for sure! Hope you've dug out by now!

    Happy New Year!

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  45. That soup looks like exactly what you would want when you walk in the house after shoveling snow for a couple of hours!

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  46. I'm not a soup lover but that sure does look good! Over here, just enough of the snow is melted to make it not pretty any more. But now they say we may get more this weekend. Yikes! Spring please!

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  47. wow yummy! perfect for the cold winter day we are having here in Michigan.

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  48. I've never heard it called Blizzard Soup. But what's in a name?
    It's perfect winter fare!

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  49. perfect for this weather, must try!

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