I’m not a very good blogger.
Yeah sure I can lay down beats in my own off key way. Just ask the baby; we sing all the time, not very well mind you although she’s not complaining. Granted she can’t really talk yet, so there’s that. I’ve been known to make a mean muffin too, plus mounds of cheesy macaroni stuffed with a boatload of broccoli because veggies rock my socks off, especially when they’re smothered in cheese.
Here’s the thing, I’m not great at the whole promoting yourself thing.
I figure if I’m your cup of tea or barrel of booze, you’ll come back for a drink; hopefully often since hydration is important. If not, well then I hope you find what you’re looking for in some other frothy beverage. We’ve all got unique viewpoints and finding something which suits you is key.
That being said, I have a plethora of recipes on this here blog, so many that I’ve even forgotten a few, and that just feels wrong. It’s like neglecting your kids or locking your cat in the closet with a bible, a crucifix and one those church kneeler things. (Sorry, I’ve read Stephen King’s Carrie way too many times; if Oscar comes home covered in pigs blood we have a problem).
My point is I don’t often share my old content and that’s just a damn shame because there are some super scrumptious morsels in my arsenal and in my archives. The kind of tasty vittles you and I need to be shoveling down our pie holes right now.
I’m talking soup.
Tis the season after all, and considering I’ve consumed a bowl chock full of fabulousness the past three days and counting, I figure it’s high time I share with all of you. Plus I need to work on that whole promoting my recipes business.
Without further ado, I give you:
Eight Must Have Vegetarian Soup Recipes
It’s green, and it’s fabulous.
A meat free spin on a classic.
The perfect companion to a grilled cheese with extra sharp cheddar.
A clean out your fridge soup bursting with flavor, beans, and veggies.
More veggies, this time with a peanut cilantro flair. This is one you don’t want to miss.
While technically more a stew than a soup, this is a bowl of slow cooked amazingness.
If you like artichokes, you’ll love this soup. It’s one of my absolute favorites.
This recipe is Fall in a bowl.
Oh and if you’re looking for something to pair with your soup, I totally recommend these Butternut Squash and Cheddar Drop Biscuits. I keep some in my freezer at all times. They’re kind of a necessity.
What’s one of your favorite soups? Which one of the above would you most like to try? If you’re a blogger, how do you promote past recipes?