I think this is my favorite soup ever!
Making my way thru my Friday Friend Cookbook--
one recipe at a time.
But then I pull out an old notebook and remember years ago, when I made the Friday Friend Soup cookbook.
It's a whole different thing. (sigh)
I'm such a dork--I used the word 'blustery'.
Like I said, this was years ago about 30 years ago, the kids were little and they loved Winnie the Pooh and Pooh used the word 'blustery'.
Besides, I never thought I'd be this brave and put myself out there like this. At the time who knew about blogs, social networking, etc?
I could be as weird as I wanted, and no one would know.
I typed this up (many years ago) and sent it to the Friday Friends.
I am adding this as an appendix to the "official Friday Friend Cookbook"
(much to the chagrin of the publisher/typer upper Barbara Brown)
(she's afraid I'm going to make her type up a whole new cookbook. Volume #2! )
Cover page of the very old Soup Notebook:
I do love soup, as some of you may know.
Soup is the ultimate comfort food.
I love it.
I love it so much that I sometimes give it a party!
Click here to see SOUP'S PARTY.
I've had to bring the Handyman along slowly into the soup love affair.
Soup and I had to seduce him.
He has come a long way baby.
See here---what I wrote?
Rich Stone aka The Handyman, likes this soup.
I had not made it in YEARS. Probably not since the last time I used blustery in a sentence.
I challenge you to use blustery in conversation today!
So, he likes this soup. I made it and
I loved it so much.
To be honest---I didn't remember ever making it. But I must have at least once. I won't wait so long to do so again.
It was warm and filled with such good things, beans and corn and peas and kielbasa!
You should try it.
5-6 carrots, sliced 1/4 inch thick (I used 4 carrots, but they were big)
1 16oz can peas (I used a bag of frozen peas)
1 16oz corn
1 16oz can kidney beans
1 1/2 pounds kielbasa, sliced 1/2 inch thick
1 16oz can tomato sauce
1 16oz can Mexican stewed tomatoes
1/4 to 1/2 each: (HA I didn't put tsp or tbls--- just add to your taste)
salt and pepper
Put everything in a crockpot and cook on low for 4-5 hours.
Or all day.
I am linking up with
I love Weekend Cooking. I love reading Beth Fish's cook book reviews, opinions and I really love when she just talks about her own cookbook and kitchen notebook collection.
I don't need to explain why I love Souper Sundays, do I?
I mean--I threw soup a party.
Pluse Kahakai Kitchen keeps up with her food blogging challenges, commitments and goals.
I am so envious.
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