Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Looks like a good portion of the United States is getting blanketed in snow over the next few days. What’s better on a snowy holiday weekend than a pot of homemade soup?
This soup was an accident while making spaghetti sauce. It was too thin, and the flavors just not strong enough to be sauce. But it was a phenomenal soup – especially served with a French Bread.
This soup gets rave reviews whenever I serve it. It is Kaylee’s favorite soup that I make.
An awesome soup to serve in a bread bowl. Tomato soup – the ultimate comfort food.
I call this Heat-Free Chili, but it’s easily spiced up if you’re serving grownups instead of toddlers. It’s simple, delicious, and good for you. I like to serve it with Old Fashioned Cornbread.
This soup is perfect for a black & white New Year’s party. It’s also REALLY good.
One of my favorite soups to make. You just kind of dump anything in it you want. I make something similar at the soup kitchen and will put cabbage in it just to add that much more fresh veggies to it.
This is another great one for a bread bowl. I have a big 5-gallon bucket of 16-bean soup mix, so I make it regularly. It is absolutely one of my favorite soups.
This bisque melts in your mouth like butter. It is so rich and so wonderful.
This chili packs a flavor punch. All of the peppers and onions combine to give just a wonderful spoonful of flavor in every bite.
This is a wonderful, savory stew. The lamb meat and the fennel combine with the other veggies for a wonderful flavor combination. I love stew and serve this with Ma-Maw Lucille’s Buttermilk Biscuits with a handful of grated cheddar cheese thrown into the batter.
I think this soup and the Crockpot Vegetable Beef Soup would be a toss-up for me as to which is the best soup to have simmering on the stove on a cold, January, snowy day. It is pure comfort food, good for you, packed with vitamins and nutrients.
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