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October 08, 2009



That looks really good, I am trying to do soup most days for lunch as it is hearty, filling and most of all warm on these bitterly cold days (freezing and snowing here this week). I will definitely be trying this recipe. Thanks for sharing it with us.


Hi Charity,
I too could eat soup every day when its home made. Yours looks very delicious, and potato (with leek, cheese, asparagus to name a few) is my absolute favourite. Thanks for sharing.


The soup looks very tasty, great job! My mother-in-law is one of those who can make soup with buttons, she calls it refrigerator soup, never the same always tasty. She is my hero!


I eat soup every day for lunch right now, I'm eating Progresso light cos I'm counting Weight Watcher points and these only have 1 or 2 per cup.
Your soup look yummy. I like the idea of soup night, I was thinking of doing a crock pot recipe each Sunday so there was always something to eat when we felt like it. Soups would be a good thing to do, with fresh bread or biscuits.


Mmm yum - I'm not the biggest soup fan but that looks great - home made always tastes that extra bit special


ooohh baked potato soup! yummie! and I love the idea of soup night. in fact I just got a new soup cookbook and think that is just what we will do.

Carrie K

That looks delicious!! Nice and cozy for winter.

Love your woodworking crew!

Miss Scarlett

Mmmm tell me about Squash-Apple - I have both of those ingredients in spades at the moment.

I love soups.
I just made a great Thai Pumpkin and a veggie Lentil with lemon.
Both were fantastic.

There's something so cozy and Fall about homemade soup.


Love love soup! So excited it can be thrown in the mix now, without having to eat it under the fan with the ac kicking. Baked Potato Soup is one of my very faves!

Have a good weekend!


Oh, Yum! Soup season is my faorite season, truly!

Wanda J

Soup, the perfect food. Especially hearty, stick to your ribs soup. Ed says he could eat soup every day once the cool autumn days arrive.

I bet in a few years you will rightfully earn that title and many other honorable ones. :-)

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