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 Post subject: So happy for soup season!
PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:35 pm 
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:D Dh and i enjoy soup for meals. You generally need/want a good bread to go with it, or crackers but, even if we don't, we enjoy our soup. I have about a bajillion soup recipes! :lol:

Tonight i made vegan cauliflower soup. Dh bo't some cauliflower for dinner the other night and i already had a head so i figured i better use some of it! I have enuf cauliflower left to try another cauliflower soup recipe. It has curry and dh is not so big on curry but he'll eat it.

I made "bird bath cheesy potato soup" for the weekend. It's actually the cheesy potato soup from America's Test Kitchen but my bird decided to take a bath in the water the potatoes were resting in. :? Oh well. It was before it was cooked. ;) I rinsed it well and we didn't die. :ugeek:

I took some to work for lunch and it just so happened that our local little sandwich restaurant ALSO made potato soup that day. We had a chance to compare the two and my co-worker declared mine was better. :mrgreen: I think they were just two very different soups - like apples and oranges, ya know?!

I always try to make a pumpkin soup or two during the Fall. I make the regular pumpkin and black bean soup and then i try a new one.

I'll be making chili (also from America's Test Kitchen) for church on the 31st. And i SHOULD whip up a batch of garlicky chicken soup for my sick neighbors. I hope to get around to that.

I made beef and barley "Autumn Soup" first thing when the weather turned. It's tradition! LOL

I'd like to make several lentil soups thru the fall/winter season because lentils are grown here! I have a couple that we have loved but SOMEtimes, what you love one time, you aren't so crazy about the next time. They are all good and eatable but i need to pare my list down to the best! :D

In my family cookbook i will call the cheesy potato soup "Bird Bath Soup" and give the story with it. :lol:

Do you have a favorite "go to" soup you make in the colder months?


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 Post subject: Re: So happy for soup season!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 4:30 pm 
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I love soups, too!

And I think DD likes them even more than I do! : )

This is the one the family likes best currently:
http://stuffedveggies.blogspot.com/2016/01/favorite-greek-bean-soup-fasolia-yachni.html

This is the one the boys liked best when they were growing up (we put shredded cheddar on it for them ; )

http://stuffedveggies.blogspot.com/2012/11/family-favorite-lentil-soup.html

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 Post subject: Re: So happy for soup season!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 5:11 pm 
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I just made a butternut and Granny apple soup with curry powder and chili powder. It was so yummy! I did have to put cream in it for my super-gringo mouth.


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 Post subject: Re: So happy for soup season!
PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2018 11:23 pm 
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I cooked up Jamaican coco-yam (malanga) like potato soup. Peel and boil it with a clove of garlic then put in the blender with a little water it cooked in. Mmm creamy soup.

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 Post subject: Re: So happy for soup season!
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My friend made me this one on a recent visit - and it was SPECTACULAR!

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipe/251242/squash-red-lentil-curry/

(she omitted the Coconut Milk & Lime, and used a little extra curry)

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 Post subject: Re: So happy for soup season!
PostPosted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 2:01 pm 
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Briva wrote:
I cooked up Jamaican coco-yam (malanga) like potato soup. Peel and boil it with a clove of garlic then put in the blender with a little water it cooked in. Mmm creamy soup.


I don't think they make those here! :shock: :? :?:


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