Monday, January 10, 2011

Blizzard Soup: Part Two

The late December blizzard here still hasn't melted. Now they're saying more of the same for tomorrow night. Whichever way this next storm blows, we're in for a mess. Slush or snow. Definitely soup weather. Which soup is a good guess. Depends on the pantry!









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33 comments:

  1. I LOVE soup! I will be checking a couple of these out! Thanks!

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  2. Carol, Before my daughter left to go back to school yesterday I made a few pots of soup for her to take with. You made me laugh because it is supposed to snow again this week, and I am ready to make even more soup. I love how "arty" the soups look grouped together in a mosaic!

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  3. mmm split pea - my favorite for a cold day. Time to get the frozen stock out of the freezer and play with it because snow is forecast for up here this week.

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  4. I love how comforting soup is....Split pea, YUM

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  5. This winter has really been good soup weather!!! I made a corn and potato chowder yesterday and threw in some diced pepperoni...yummmm...love your colorful mosaic.

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  6. Love the soup Carol.. Especially the split pea. Looks amazing.

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  7. All your soups look delicious!I haven't had pea soup in quite awhile, so that would be my choice.

    Let's hope the snowfall we get won't be too high!

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  8. I just looked at your weather report! Yikes! They're saying another 6-12 possible? Definitely soup weather. Thanks for the reminder, I haven't made pea soup in a long time and the beef barley looks wonderful, actually they all do in my soup mood. Hope your frig and pantry are full!

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  9. A big pot of soup will be the perfect comfort food during your snowy weather.
    Sun is out here but we're to be hit with more snow Tuesday night. Oh well, when life hands you snow........make snowmen, or soup. :-)

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  10. Absolutely. Soup is the only answer in really horrible weather. I always used to have some frozen and ready to go.
    I'm so glad I live in Florida!

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  11. I heard about the next round. Didn't realize you still had snow on the ground. Crap!

    Soup weather here too. Made gumbo yesterday. Your beef & barley soup is what prompted me to add barley to my split pea. I think I'll do that from now on.

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  12. Nothing is better than soup for the winter! Thanks for sharing the recipes..

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  13. Soups are ideal for the cold weather and this year I guess snow has established itself very well there.

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  14. Yes, soup is definitely best in wintertime. We live in an soupeating country. GReat collage.

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  15. Hot soup and a warm fire....perfect for a cold day. All good choices and with your weather forecast you may get to make all of those delicious soups! I'm making a beef stew for tonights cold Texas weather due to hit late in the evening. Also a big pan of cornbread! Stay Warm!

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  16. Agreed. It will be good for the next blizzard. A nice warm way to celebrate the cold.

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  17. These soups do sound wonderful on these cold days. The spicy tomato sounds really yummy.

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  18. So comfort and tasty! Love this soup recipe.

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  19. I'll take some of each!! What a selection...

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  20. I have tried your Tuscan bean soup and it is so delicious! I have left over ham bone and I was thinking of making split pea soup.

    I hope the snow storm clears, stay warm!

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  21. soup is always my favorite winter time meal! the photos look wonderful.

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  22. I would like one of each please! I hope the snow behaves itself :-)

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  23. I'd like a large bowl of Quick & Spicy Tomato, please! Your mosaic looks great.
    ~Judy

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  24. All of these look so delicious. We received our first real snow yesterday and today. Soup weather for sure!!!

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  25. Yum, and there is a big storm approaching Tuesday all the way to Wednesday afternoon. If that doesn't call for soup I don't know what will.

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  26. hope all that soups are keeping you warm :) take care

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  27. Ooh, I love sequels! Especially when they include such a nice array of warm, comforting, delicious soups!

    Hope somebody brought the popcorn! I can't have soup without it.

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  28. What a great roundup of soups! They all look delicious, but the Tuscan white bean soup looks amazing!

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  29. SOUP er mosaic!
    You missed the 5 in we got Sat night!

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  30. I know, Kathleen. You win! And you'll get more than us tonight's blizzard, too! WINNAH! You should move a little more west :)

    Thanks for the nice comments all! More soup weather tonight! Big Time!

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  31. So many good soup recipes! They all look amazing!

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