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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Note Card Party-Soups

It's time for Vee's Note Card Party, where we share four previous posts we think might make fun note cards. For these last few long weeks of winter (Punky Phil the ground hog promised us an early spring this year-right?) I thought I'd share some thinner, broth based soups that I think look pretty darn good... So grab a spoon and click on the title to be taken to the recipe:@)

How about an easier stuffed pepper... Stuffed Pepper Soup, the tomato paste is key to bold flavor!

St. Patrick's Day is coming up, here's a great use of leftovers Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup 

 I still occasionally buy the red and white can, but this soup is truly a treat! Bean and Bacon Soup 

And last but far from least...Scavenger Hunt Soup, different every time I make it:@)
That little bit of jalapeno was amazing folks!

Eat well and have a happy day:@)

I'm also joining:
Full Plate Thursday
Foodie Friday

45 comments:

  1. campbell's chunky should be calling you any minute...

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  2. I love soups - I have made your corn beef and cabbage last year and look it's time to make it again. Loved it. sandie

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  3. Hmmmm...you and Cheryl are thinking alike this month. All of these soups are so pretty and I'm sure that they are equally tasty. Thanks for checking in again...if it ever gets righted around and you've not been back already, I'll try to get you in there!

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  4. These just make me hungry! I love soup!!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  5. I am making stuffed green peppers for dinner tomorrow. This would be a great way to use the leftovers ,if I have any.

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  6. Yum. A nice series of soup cards to wet our appetites for the real thing!

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  7. I could look at food shots all day and these are mighty nice in both style and making me wish for a steamy bowl of soup. Just one problem... which one to choose?

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  8. Aaaah, more soup. I am SOUP FAN! I've often thought it would be interesting to do a set of "foodie" note cards, and include the recipe inside. I think "Current" used to have a set like that.... way back when. These look yummy!

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  9. Great food photography! I am ready to tie on a napkin and scoot right up to your soup line!

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  10. I couldn't wait to see yours! I knew you would find something yummy for the notecards! We love soup in the winter months! Great idea for cards! Sweet hugs!

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  11. It is definitely still soup weather here, Lynn. I'd like to sample all of these! xo

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  12. The soups look so good on a cold night like this. I may try the stuffed pepper soup since I love stuffed peppers.

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  13. I can't decide which of your soups I'd like to try first. Scavenger Hunt sounds much better than my husband's name of Millie's Muckup that uses leftovers.

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  14. We are certainly on the same page on this cold February night! Your soups look fabulous! I must try your stuffed pepper soup...it looks and sounds soooo good.

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  15. Wow, these look so yummy. Soup on a cold winter day is wonderful.

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  16. They all look good but the Corned Beef and Cabbage will be a must have in our house as the Mister never gets tired of the St. Patrick Day guest of honor. xo

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  17. Yummy soup photos. I love soups of many kinds - in fact, we had soup for dinner this evening.

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  18. I love to make soup! It's a wonderful way to eat a lot of vegetables and mine are often the scavenger hunt variety ..lol!

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  19. I have been on a soup kick lately. I have no kitchen to make some of my own, but I'm microwaving the red and white stuff and slurping up take out like crazy.

    I wish I had the kitchen (and the time) to make one of these right now. Maybe soon!

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  20. I'm loving all the soup!!! My favorite meal is breakfast and after that -- soup, soup, soup! Thanks for all the recipes and I'll take a set of the soup note cards! :D :D

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  21. I can't wait to sink into those white bean soups. It's making me hungry. Great note cards!

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  22. Mmm...I love ham and bean soup. I wish I had a crockpot cooking right now. Instead, I have no idea what I'm having for dinner tonight!

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  23. Those notecards look good enough to eat!!!

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  24. All your soups look hearty and delicious Lynn~ perfect for February! I had to click over & revisit Scavenger Hunt soup :)

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  25. How lovely! And if you had one for chicken noodle, you could use it for get well cards, LOL!

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  26. I think I'd like the first soup best.

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  27. They all look so delicious! I wish I had a bowl right now. I'm late getting some supper together so I need to stop and do that. I'll be back later to check out your recipes! Great photos!

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  28. Gotta go check out that bacon and bean soup now!

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  29. WoW! All looks YUM! :-)
    I will have to try some of these.
    Linda at Beautiful Ideas

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  30. Wet and cold here. A perfect night for a bowl of one of these delicious soups. '-)

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  31. Hearty and filling. I LOVE making soup. These all look perfect for a blustery day! My favorite soup to make is Minestrone- every time I make it my family eats it non-stop. Delicious pics. Thanks for stopping by my blog,
    S

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  32. Bacon and bean sounds perfect for the weekend snow storm we are expected to get slammed with. They all look delicious.

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  33. my stomach is growl'n...grrrrrrr.Wish had any of these today,it has turned back cold again

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  34. Hi Lynn,

    I love your note card selections! I'm a true-blue soup lover; I think I could eat it everyday. :) All these look yummy, but I especially want to try the bean and bacon. I've eaten Campbell's bean and bacon soup for years, and it's one of our son's favorites. Your version looks like one that we would enjoy.

    Thanks for visiting my blog and have a great day!

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  35. Hi Lynnie! Oh, these are some yummy snaps for note cards. I just never tire of soup! Thanks for popping in to see me. I have to tell you, I made the dinner rolls the other night that you posted about a while back and they were delicious! That is a recipe I'll keep and use over and over again! Who needs a cookbook when I have you? :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  36. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I have seen your name around, but this is my first visit to your blog. It's really fun. Love soup, so love your note card pix.
    Linda

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  37. I'm late making the rounds from the Note Card Party - but I'm never late for dinner, so you're cards are lookin' mighty appealing. I especially like the last one ~ open for revision (**

    Have a great weekend!

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  38. Four Delicious meals!!! Thank You so much for posting! Pinning! Came hopping over from the Rattlebridge Farm Foodie Friends Friday party!
    Lizy@http://justdipitinchocolate.blogspot.com

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  39. Your soups are speaking to me on a cool rainy day! I need inspiration so thanks!

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  40. Hi Lynn,
    What a great collection of soups and great recipes! Have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  41. Oh yum! It's cold outside, perfect weather for making soup. And these all look delicious!

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  42. I missed this delicious post...I'd buy 2 boxes of these note cards. :))

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