Sunday Night Soup Night! 2/5/2012

Welcome to Sunday Night Soup Night! I have recently started using Pinterest to create collections of recipes that I’m really keen to try. It’s a great way to bookmark, share and organize recipes for future reference. Of course I have a Soups board, and I’m pinning lots of soups from Sunday Night Soup Night! Come check it out!

Last week we had a great selection of soups yet again! Although all of the soups looked so good, here are my three top picks from last week. I hope you’ll take the time to check them out:

Wild Mushroom Soup by Katie Kate's Kitchen

This soup looks so tasty and uses a wonderful variety of mushrooms. I love that the mushrooms have been left whole and chunky instead of chopped or pureed.

Swede and Apple Soup by Gluten Free SCD and Veggie

Swede is another name for a rutabaga. This soup looks lovely, and this post contains some wonderful information about the medicinal uses and nutritional value of Thyme.

Garlic Soup by MJ's Kitchen

Garlic soup, what a great idea! This looks so creamy and delicious, and I can just imagine the aroma! I’m definitely going to make a bowl of this next time I feel sick.

Sunday Night Soup Night is all about celebrating the goodness of wonderful homemade soups and stocks. Warm, tasty soup, made from homemade stock can be a complete and highly nourishing meal. And also an easy and convenient one!

So come join in the fun and share this celebration:
– Link up a recipe for homemade soup, stock/broth or chowder.
– Or you may have a post your wish to share about your tips/methods for making great soups and stocks, or information about the benefits of nourishing soups and bone broths.
– Or simply get inspired by checking out the links from other bloggers.
– If you see something that you like, leave a comment for that person on their blog and let them know you found them through Sunday Night Soup Night! It’s always great to get positive feedback :)

Carnival Guidelines:
1) Please, no bouillon or commercial stock/broth! Soup made from homemade stock/bone broth is so much more nourishing than anything you can buy in the supermarket. If you’re not sure how to make your own stock, here are a few great posts on stock-making that have been linked to this carnival (I will rotate the links each week to highlight different stock recipes):

A Good Soup Stock by Food Farm Health
Chicken Stock by Craving Fresh
Wonders of Homemade Chicken Stock by Lisa’s Dinnertime Dish

2) Whole, unprocessed foods only please! Low-fat milk, bad fats such as margarine and other processed vegetable oils, soy products (other than traditionally fermented soy foods such as soy sauce, tempeh, miso etc) are not ok. Minimally processed canned foods such as tomatoes, coconut milk, pumpkin, etc are ok.

I’m looking for soups that embrace real food principles and traditional food techniques such as homemade stock. Soups that will nourish, heal, and keep you in good health :)

3) Please provide a link back to Sunday Night Soup Night on your post.

4) Link up using the Linky tool below:
– Make sure you link the URL of your actual blog post and not your blog’s home page.
– Enter the title of your post instead of your name in the Name field

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16 Responses to Sunday Night Soup Night! 2/5/2012

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  4. Thanks for hosting! Have a great week!

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  6. Kristi says:

    Hi and thanks for inviting me to post. I posted my vegetable soup recipe-created to beat off the common cold. It’s perfect for pregnancy or breastfeeding (or anywhere in between ).

    I am also hosting superfood sunday today, and would love for you to come over and check it out!!!

  7. Minestrone says:

    This is the perfect soup for a Super Bowl game! It’s on the agenda for this afternoon’s festivities! :)


    2 Tbsp olive oil
    1 med onion, diced
    2 med carrots, diced
    1 celery stalk, diced
    1 med zucchini, diced
    1 large clove garlic, minced
    1 potato, diced
    3 cups sliced cabbage
    1 can cannelllini beans, rinsed and drained
    1 15 oz jar tomatoes, undrained
    3 cups chicken broth
    3 cups water
    1/2 tsp dried rosemary
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp pepper
    Parmesan chesse (optional)

    1. Heat oli in stockpot over medium heat. Add onion; cook until softened, about 5-6 minutes
    2. Add carrots and celery;cook 3 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add remaining ingredients except cheese.
    3. Cover and simmer for an hour. Serve with parmesan cheese if desired.
    **My husband likes to add some small pasta to this soup as well **

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  10. mjskit says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my garlic soup! I hope you do make it and enjoy it as much as we do. In fact, it’s on my menu for this week. Love all the soups in your blog hop. I’ve linked up again this week with a Leek and Potato Soup. Hope you’re having a great weekend!

  11. Lauren says:

    I’ve linked up my Scotch Broth recipe. Thanks for hosting!

  12. Stealthy Mom says:

    Thank you for hosting Soup Night once again! Tonight I am sharing a recipe for potato soup that is easy and quick- no roux, vegetarian, and ready in less than an hour. Our three year old son helped make the pictured bowl of soup.

    I’ll be taking lots of recipes away with me, too. I can see three different minestrone soup recipes posted already, and that is one soup we have never tackled.

    • Debbie says:

      That’s great that your son likes to help out! Can’t wait to check out your soup, I’m all for quick and easy recipes!

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