Friday, August 29, 2008

Where has the summer gone?

I don't mean .. .
where has the summer gone. . .as in wow that went fast. .
even though it did go fast.
I mean. . . why does it feel like autumn?
After a good bit of dreary rainy weather .. the soup pot made an appearance.
I love soup and it is my goal to make a pot of soup each week this winter.
I enjoy making the pot of soup and then heating it up for a warm lunch.
This is just one of the organizational goals that I am working on for . .
Autumn.
Have a wonderful day my friends. . . I'm off for my walk
See you Monday.

14 comments:

  1. As I said on the MGCC site this soup looks chunky good. I'll have to try it because soup is one of my favorite things...

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  2. I, too, love a good pot of soup...and it's always better when reheated the next day. Unfortunately, our winters in Florida only last a couple of weeks. When I want soup weather, I have to turn down the a/c!

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  3. Amazing soup Lovella..now I want some too! Yes it does feel like Autumn, it is in the air for sure. I'm loving it!
    I am so glad that my computer is up and running again..I think I was having 'withdrawal symptoms'..

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  4. I'm on my way to check it out.
    One person's only comment to me about the whole MGCC thing has been "hand written recipes are the best"... now I've heard it twice this week. So it's true. smirk.

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  5. This is a fabulous recipe. The first time I had it was when you delivered an ice cream pail full to my Dad's place after my Mom died. I asked for the recipe and everyone took a copy. It's that soup with a sweet memory of our family sitting around Dad's table and enjoying memories of our dear Mom at the table that she often served us wonderful soup and other meals. This soup does not freeze but that is OK because there is never enough left to freeze...I promise. Kathy

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  6. i have yet to find a corn chowder recipe that i adore, so i'll certainly be cooking this one up once our autumn arrives (sometime in november usually!) i know it'll be great not only because you recommend it, but because my auntie flo gave you the recipe :)

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  7. Mmm mm - that looks delicious!! Perfect to take the chill off a winter day - or autumn - or even summer if you're Canadian :)

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  8. I'm echoing your question all the way over here.

    By the way, Lovella, for you to say that it gave you comfort to know that I am just two hours away from Boston was the sweetest thing. If there's ever a need that I can help with, please feel free to holler. My niece, a regular sweetheart, lives there, and I know that she'd help, too.

    Enjoy the soup...it looks yummilicious!

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  9. You are a great motivator, Lovella! I like the idea of a pot of soup a week. It won't go far here, but it would be good to have on hand!

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  10. That looks so tasty!

    Send some of that dreary winter weather south, won't you? I'm afraid our summer is here to stay...forever!

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  11. Feels like fall here in Maine as well. Had to make pumpkin Oatmeal just becasue!

    Your recipe for soup looks fantastic too!

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  12. I have a pot of soup on the stove right now. And I have a second pot of soup getting ready--I'm soaking the anasazi beans.

    It doesn't feel like autumn here. In fact it was warm and humid today in Southern California.

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  13. Mmmm, this sounds just like a recipe I have. It is hands down my favourite soup to eat! Hope you enjoyed it as much as I do. :)

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  14. Hi Lovella - I'm ready for some good soup! Our weather is really cooling down too. Happy Labor Day!

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Thank you!