Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Searching for Soup

Good morning! I don't know about your weather but it is freezing in my neck of the woods! 

Chicken Noodle Soup Table for Two Blog

Not nearly as cold or snowy as it has been in the past but chilly none the less. SO I am searching for some soup recipes to take the chill out of my bones. 

Cheeseburger Soup from The Recipe Critic

I already have great recipes for Red Chili, French Onion Soup and Tuscan Bean soup but I am looking for something else.


Lasagna Soup from Prevention RD

 Something that is not necessarily good for you, like broccoli cheddar, or creamy chicken and wild rice, or a fabulous cream of potato soup. 

Beer Cheese Soup from She Wears Many Hats

As you can see by my request, I am searching for some "comfort food" soup recipes, creamy, tasty, cheesy, or all of the above. 


Chicken Bacon Wild Rice Soup From Pinch of Yum


Do you have any recipes for soup that are your go to soup for winter that you would be willing to share a link? 

Roasted Cauliflower and Aged Cheddar Soup from Daydream Kitchen

Or if it is not on your blog, share the recipe here? 

Cheddar Baked Potato Soup from Doughmesstic

I think tonight I may be making the Roasted Cauliflower and Aged Cheddar Soup because I have everything in my pantry and refrigerator. I will keep you posted!

In the meantime, I hope you have a warm and wonderful day!

And don't forget to share your soup!

NOTE: All recipe links are under the photos, as are the photos source. 

Linking to:

Savvy Southern Style
French Country Cottage 
At The Picket Fence 
Create With Joy 
Keeping It Simple 
The Brambleberry Cottage
From My Front Porch To Yours
Katherines Corner
French Country Cottage

17 comments:

  1. I have to be honest Elizabeth I stopped making soup two years ago. Not because we don't love soup because we do. But we have a green grocer not far from our home that makes four different soups a day that are to die for so I buy fresh made soup. What could be better fresh made soup without the work and I can try something different daily!

    Wishing you warmth!
    XXX
    Debra~

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    1. Debra, I love your idea of buying the soup! Sadly I do not know of a place near me that makes soup that is like homemade. I used to live near on in FL and I think we ate their at least 5 times a week.

      I hope you are having a great week, Elizabeth

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  2. You have me craving soup...not hard to do since i am a soupaholic. I make it all the time....the cauliflower sounds and looks goooood!
    Few things are as satisfying as a warm bowl of soup and crusty bread, yum!

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    1. Tina, I could not agree more...soup and crusty bread, a match made in heaven.

      Hope you are feeling better and are not wearing yourself out!

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  3. OOH! Before I even saw it at the end, I was going to suggest ROASTED CAULIFLOWER SOUP! It is one of my favorites. I think I have had all of the ones you have shown here my friend, except for the cheeseburger one! That sounds fantastic!

    OK, how about this one, but you have to love ITALIAN.

    TOMATO BREAD SOUP.

    It is TDF. It is basically tomato soup made with day old bread as a thickening agent. Lots of basil is used as well. Google it or search on Pinterest.

    Let me know if that suits your taste! It can be rich and creamy, so that will take care of that COMFORT FOOD need! LOVE! Anit

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    1. Hello my dear girl!

      I hope you are having a great day! I have not had tomato bread soup! I must try this out, I will email you for the recipe.

      I too thought the cheeseburger one sounded interesting!

      xoxo Elizabeth

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  4. I am a big soup lover...I made a vegetable tortilla soup last night. One of my favorites. Some of these look yummy!

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    1. I have never had tortilla soup! It sounds yummy. Thank you for the suggestion!

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  5. All these soups look delicious!!! One of my favorites is the Stonewall Kitchen Pumpkin soup - it's on their web site and you can substitute Trader Joe's pumpkin butter for the Stonewall one.

    Have a toasty warm day!! xoxoxox

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    1. Sandy,

      Pumpkin soup is a favorite of mine too! But I have never made it with pumpkin butter! I must go look for this recipe! Thank you!

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  6. I am in need of some new go to recipes. I have made the same soups and stews since childhood! The pics look delish!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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    1. Karena, I love all of these pics and I think all of the recipes look delicious! xoxo Elizabeth

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  7. Hi, Elizabeth -
    We've been making big pots of white chili with turkey, chicken, and white beans. Very yummy, still hearty but not as heavy. I'll share the recipe on my blog soon.
    Stay warm :)
    Loi

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    1. Loi, that sounds wonderful! I would love to have a copy of that, although I have eaten it several times I have never made any myself!

      Take care,

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  8. My favourite is Mulligatawny soup. I haven't made it myself as there are several good versions in our supermarkets like Covent Garden Soup. I like to add some leftover chicken to it. Great for cold weather.
    Have a great day.
    Di
    xxxx

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  9. Now I'm hungry ;-) Found you on Katherine's corner and I would love to have you share this on The HomeAcre Hop!
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/01/the-homeacre-hop-3.html

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  10. yummy! I think you might like my post on Monday. Thank you for sharing at the hop xo

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