Just in time for Fall: A collection of Soup Recipes
The weather has turned colder. Fall is here. That means it’s time to think about soups, stews, and chili!
I do love posting recipes and I have maybe close to a zillion, ok not quite, but many, recipes that I’ve collected photos for and started a few blog posts but just haven’t finished up. In the meantime Fall has snuck up on us and Soup Season is here. I’ve decided to collect some of my soup recipe blog posts and share them here with you!
I’m going to do this Random
Five Four Style!
1. Tomato Florentine ~ Seriously easy. Very adaptable. Honeybear is not much of a soup eater and this one is broth based so not that filling for a hungry man but perfect for a light supper or for a hungry home schooling mama and students for lunch.
2. Our hands down all around family favorite chicken soup nicknamed Pirate Killing Soup, is our variation of Chloe’s Virus Killing Soup. This is the *best* Chicken and Vegetable soup you will ever eat! And we do not only eat it when we are sick. It’s great when you are coming down with something and it helps to build the immune system but it’s so good it should be eaten anytime you just want a hot, filling soup!
3. This was a throw together that turned out so well. Chunky Beef Veggie Soupstew. It’s more of a thinner broth than what I think of with a stew but heartier and more filling than just a Beef and Vegetable Soup.
4. I created this recipe when I had some leeks and fennel that I needed to use up. It was a huge hit and now sometimes I actually buy leeks and fennel just to make this recipe: Yummy Leek, Potato, and Fennel soup. Maybe I’ll have to sign up for Soup Supper in Lent and do this one again.