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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Soup's On . . .

 
 


Spicy Sausage Cauliflower
  


Navy Bean With Veggies
 

Chicken Noodle With Veggies
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I cooked up some soups this week
perfect comfort foods for freezing weather and non stop snow
I will share recipes if you are interested
just leave me a request in your comment
 
thanks for visiting
 
until next time
Love, Lynne
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22 comments:

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

My gosh, but that looks and sounds delicious! I LOVE soup but Howard doesn't like it.
Especially if it has pasta in it.
What a nice warm meal in cold weather like you are having.

eileeninmd said...

YUM, soup is wonderful on a cold winter day.. All three look delicious, Lynne! Chicken Noodle is one of my favorites. Keep warm and stay safe, have a happy Thursday!

Sarah Huizenga said...

Wow you have been busy. Good way to pass the winter days.

Musings from Kim K. said...

They all look amazing. I'm watching the weather forecast and see more snow on the way today with our evening commutes looking rather nasty. More snow for the weekend too. Oh my. Be safe if you have to travel later today.

Nancy Claeys said...

The Navy Bean looks especially hardy. Yum!

TexWisGirl said...

the bean, please, with cornbread on the side! :)

Gail said...

On my way!

Michelle said...

Perfect food for this cold weather!

babs said...

Oh yum! Thanks for recipes. xo

Lois said...

They do look yummy. Just the thing for a cold winter day.

LANA said...

Those soups look yummy and comforting. So many of us are doing the same thing in this cold. Even here in Florida it has been chilly and cold. Enjoy your comfort food!

Olive said...

It is soup weather. I had lentil soup for Joe when he came in late Tuesday during our snow event. xo, olive

Pamela Gordon said...

They all look delicious, Lynne. I like your pink tulips too. :)

Missy George said...

You've been a busy lady..Each one looks better than the last..Pretty setting too..??Still snowing??

MarmePurl said...

Thanks for having all of us over for lunch. What's for dessert?

Ida said...

These all look quite yummy but I am intrigued by the Sausage/Cauliflower soup. I'd love the recipe. Thanks.

My name is Riet said...

Nothing better in winter than a bowl of soup
Enjoy

Bonnie said...

Lynne, I love soups! I could have them, and often do, everyday. I hope you are beginning to thaw! Hugs! Bonnie

Nancy's Notes said...

Oh my goodness, how did I miss this post! Looks delicious, boy does it!
Stay warm and safe, sweet lady.

Nancy

simply bev said...

I made chicken noodle (vegetarian version) this week too. Your navy been soup has got my attention and looks so yummy. Will have to make that my soup project this week!

Sharon Morrison said...

Lynne...I would love to have your sausage soup recipe. It looks delicious and esp. with cauliflower.

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Nancy said...

Yummy! One of the positive things about cold weather is eating soup. We have it almost every day for lunch. Yours look so good, Lynne. I'm making chili for our church potluck tomorrow. Blessings ~ Nancy