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Making soup-

Friday, January 11, 2013


I was cleaning out the frig yesterday, with the TV on in the kitchen--
A TV host was demonstrating how to save money---
She said, ""Open your frig and take out all those raw veggies that have been in there all week--put them in a pot, and make soup---""
I thought, "I can do that!"-
So after washing celery, carrots, peppers, onions, and whatnot, I had a kettle of soup cooking on the burner---
She went on to say, ""Add some beans, garlic, seasonings and whatever"----
And it is a great way to use up vegetables, and it smells so good, as it steams away--
The beans (well, mine are from a can)-but, they are so good for you----
No meat in this soup-(my choice)---but lotza beans-----and tomatoes---

Enjoy to-day Sparkly people!

picture taken by son #2 the Pilot--in calgary--Lotza snow!!!
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  • KASEYCOFF
    Re soup - these days I roast root veggies more often than not. I throw everything into a pan, parsnips, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, rutabaga, celeriac, even turnips, whatever's on hand (except white potatoes; I don't do white potatoes anymore, they don't like me, lol).

    We have them roast for that meal, but I always make sure I've loaded up the pan, because nothing makes great soup like roasted root vegetables!

    "There is no such thing in anyone’s life as an unimportant day." --Alexander Woollcott
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    p.s. Love that background pic, Lynda. Now I want some raspberries--!!!
    2638 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/12/2013 5:51:56 AM
  • EDWARDS1411
    Home-made soups are sooooo good - hope you and himself enjoyed it!!!

    2639 days ago
  • NORASPAT
    Soups on if there is a chicken that's been cooked. or leftover pork or beef
    I make stock in the crockpot through the night. It's a great humidifier.

    Gather up those vegetables and use your own stock

    You are right canned beans work well whatever you prefer.
    Another cold night so the crockpot will be on another night on low. The cold days of winter are useful so I set it outside in a big metal pan with locked lid to chill and then portion it for DH and I and freeze it.
    If we get company I use 2 or more of the containers that all have 2 cups of soup inside.
    Saves both time and money and it's a real convenience food. emoticon emoticon

    2639 days ago
  • JSALERNO
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  • KRICKET57
    Soup is a great idea on a cold winter day! I love homemade soup in the winter!
    2639 days ago
  • MAUREENIE1
    Great idea!
    2639 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Oh I LLLOOOoooooooOOOve soup of any kind. I often do just that and make soup when I have veggies that have to be used!

    LOVE the picture from your son.

    Have a fabulous weekend. HUGS
    2639 days ago
  • WATERMELLEN
    This is my Saturday morning routine before I buy fresh veggies . . . and gives me a pot of soup all week in the fridge for my suppers when I walk in the door!! Yay soup!! (Never make it the same way twice . . . but that's the basic recipe!)
    2639 days ago
  • GABY1948
    Beautiful pic...snow and all. And you have inspired me to make a pot of SOUP...also meatless! Thanks, as always, Lynda! Have a GREAT one! Love your blogs!
    2639 days ago
  • ONEKIDSMOM
    I'll be over for supper! In my vicarious way, of course. Soup sounds really good.
    2639 days ago
  • ELLIE381
    Thanks for sharing the soup idea. On my to do list today.
    Great picture your son took.
    Enjoy your day! emoticon
    2639 days ago
  • CAT609
    Wow, your son takes fantastic photos! So how was your soup? It sounds delicious. I would love it. I would have kept the meat out, too.
    Enjoy your day! emoticon
    2639 days ago
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