The front-porch thermometer has hit a four-day high of +5 degrees (F).
It’s time to fend off the midwinter blues with some super soups. What is your favorite soup? Do you love pasta-filled potages, boiling broths, great gumbos, or frothy cream soups?
Try this blog quiz, to see what your soup choices say about you. Here’s what I found. (Be sure to come back and leave a comment to let us know what you discovered.)
You Are Minestrone
You are a spontaneous person. You don't make or follow rules. You just go with your gut.
You're eager to go wherever life takes you. If something doesn't work out, at least you've learned.
Nutrition and eating healthy is very important to you. You eat your veggies.
That being said, you're not a picky eater. You like all foods.
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Everyone's favorite supper! This is quite simple, but delicious. It's an excellent dish to take to a brand-new mom or another friend.
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Excellent for picnics and potlucks! The combination of sweet and salty, smooth and crunchy, is irresistible!
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Make the most of leftovers. Even small portions of turkey, chicken, and beef are worth saving. Leftovers are a wonderful shortcut to soups, stews, or stir-fry.
What could be more delicious on a brisk autumn or early winter day than a steaming serving of chili? Why not enjoy turkey chili, a creative and scrumptious way to employ your remaining scraps from your holiday feast?
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