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January Is National Soup Month

January Is National Soup Month

Temperatures outside are falling, along with plenty of snowflakes. Indoors, however, soup kettles everywhere are warming with potent potages, beautiful bouillons and great gumbos.

It’s National Soup Month in January.

Remember the famous “Soup Nazi” on Seinfeld? Here are a few clips to celebrate National Soup Month:



What is your favorite homemade soup recipe?

Here are a few soup recipes we like - for National Soup Month or anytime:

Nothing warms the body -from head to toe -like a wonderful cup of delicious soup. Try this smooth, savory and soothing soup for a winter brunch, luncheon or supper. Creamy Garden Goodness Soup is simple to make, but healthy and simply spectacular.

Fall brings a harvest of fresh vegetables and cooler outdoor temperatures. Hearty soups make popular suppers during this season of change. Healthy Autumn Colors Soup is filled with flavorful, attractive fall produce for a sturdy repast.

Football fans will love this delicious vegetarian soup. Great for company or for a tailgate party, it's also perfect for free-agent fare as a simple supper on a chilly night.

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?

Have a taste for something historical? Here's the secret to the tasty peanut soup the American colonists used to enjoy. It's still served in taverns in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.


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