Sunday, September 29, 2013

Top 10 Soups & Stews for an Autumn Day

Ahhhh, soup.
The weather has turned, it is now officially Fall, as the best Summer on record has officially ended.  The fireplace is on, the rain is coming down, and I have heard the wind howling about the house this weekend.  It's time to make some soup and let those around you to get close and know how much they are loved.

Soup is good food, those Campbell's guys capitalized on that, for sure.
I like to make soup more than any one thing.  Last count,  I have about 44 soups on my blog, with about a half dozen more in "draft"/ creative status. Next up, Mullagatawny.
These recipes are the top soups I would like to eat, make and serve on a Fall day! 

Albondigas, Mexican Meatball Soup
This one is flavorful with yummy spicy flavors. I could eat this every weekend.

Bacon Corn Chowder
Easy to make, and easy to love too.

Bean with Bacon Soup
Just like that Campbell's soup classic.  Made with love for my hubby.

Chicken Pot Pie Soup
When you want the flavors but have no time for making this into a pie with crust and all that.

Chicken, Quinoa & Butternut Squash Stew
Sounds kind of basic, but this has some very exotic flavors.  Very healthy and gluten free too.

Italian Wedding Soup with Turkey Meatballs
Another meatball soup (weird, as I never even thought meatballs belonged in soup until recently), but completely different flavors from the Albondigas above.

Mushroom, Fennel and Potato Soup 
If you didn't have fennel, you could just use more potatoes!

Pork and Chorizo Soup
Hearty with two different kinds of meat, plus some garbanzo's for even more protein,

Portuguese Linguica Sausage, Bean and Kale Stew 
You could use kielbasa for this... easy with additions of beans and potatoes.  You could use spinach or chard instead of kale.

Mexican Cauliflower (Soup for the Soul)
This sums up everything I like about soup.  

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