Monday, October 23, 2017

Soup Feeds the Soul

Let's talk about making soups and putting them up for winter.  By putting them up for winter, I mean freezing portions for later use.  I find that soups from the freezer are just as good and sometimes better than when we first made them.  So let's get started and make some of my favorite soups.

There is nothing better for you in cold weather than a bowl of soup. One of my favorite recipes for soup is Tortellini Soup.

This soup takes some special techniques if you follow the recipe closely but is well worth the effort. This hearty soup is sure to chase away those chills.

You can't make soup from scratch without including Homemade Vegetable Soup. My mom made the best and I've spent a lifetime trying to duplicate her recipe.

There is one rule to making good vegetable soup and that is the more vegetables the better. My personal like is to add butter beans but no lima beans. Since this is Lent, You would make the vegetable soup without any meat base but my Mom usually started her vegetable soup by simmering chuck roast chunks to give it a fuller flavor.

Another one of my favorite soups for this season is Stuffed Pepper Soup.

This is another hearty soup that is very easy to make. The hardest part of the process is sauteing the ground beef.

All of these soups use a tomato base but what could be better than home made chicken dumpling soup.

When you start out with a good chicken broth and add the goodness of chopped chicken and vegetables.  Topping it all off with those wonderful doughy dumplings to give it a hearty flavor.

There are so many other soups we can make for the coming blustery Winter season.

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