Thursday, January 4, 2018

It is Freezing! Must Be Time for Soup!

Parsley Dill Soup!
It is just freezing here in the 'Burgh!  Yes, I know it is January, but it is exceptionally cold at the moment.  We are about to get a break over the weekend and it will feel like the tropics at 30 degrees!  One of my resolutions this year is to make more homemade soup and not rely on canned ones.  Soo with that in mind, here is one of our favorites, Parsley Dill Soup recipe.  It is a bit darker than other recipes because I used vegetable broth rather than chicken.  The Herbal Husband likes the chicken broth in it better.  I did think the vegetable broth gives it more depth of flavor.  You can use either.  We got six servings out of what I made and I usually double the recipe.

Here is the link for my mom's Vegetable Soup recipe.  There is also a link in the vegetable soup recipe post for a Cream of Carrot and Lovage Soup recipe and the Feta-Sage Cornbread recipe!  Just remember on the Mother Earth Living site to click the Continue Reading button to get both recipes!  You are loaded, herbally speaking with hearty easy to make soups and a cornbread recipe too!

So hope you are staying warm if you are in the northern hemisphere and not getting too much snow like on the east coast of the U.S.  We get up to almost freezing this weekend!  Exciting!  Happy New Year!  Talk to you later!


Anonymous said...

Soup! Yes, please! A very timely reminder. Thank you for the links for recipes. I think parsley is a perfect addition to any soup. We have mountain-sized piles of snow now, and temps this weekend will be 10 or 15 below zero. Brrr. One day closer to spring though!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Soup sounds good. It is 'cold' down here in s.e. FL for the second morning. 38 yesterday real feel 26, this morning 41 real feel 33 at 7:20 a.m. EST. That is not cold compared to what is going on up on the northeast coast. Hurricane force winds, blizzard, flooding.

Keep warm and cozy ~ FlowerLady

Carol said...

Will be coming back to these as I love a great soup ... however I still haven't gotten BOb on the soupwagon yet but I won't give up :)

Julie said...

Oh this soup looks so heavenly! You are the best! I love soup and in Utah we live on it this time of year. There's just something so comforting about it. It just makes us all feel better about the world.

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