Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Soup Tureen Time



I love this time of the year when there is a chill in the air and it's the perfect time
for making soups and stews.




It's fun to serve family and friends homemade soup from a vintage
tureen.  There is nothing more comforting than coming home to the lovely 
aroma of soup simmering on the stove.



Tomorrow I will be sharing my recipe for beef and barley soup.  It's a 
hearty soup that you can easily make a meal from served with crusty bread
and a salad.  I will be sharing lots of my soup recipes with you.  If you are
a vegetarian or a vegan, I have recipes for you too.  

Until tomorrow let's party with ~

and

Bentley ~ should I arrange a play date for you and sweet Daisy?

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley


21 comments:

  1. I love soup! All kinds, particularly hearty or creamy soups. Because I don't cook anymore, I have to rely on restaurants and the kindness of friends who cook!

    Also love tureens! They are my favorite serving pieces, but without soup, I don't get to use mine.

    Beef and Barley, huh? Maybe, just maybe....


    :)

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  2. Love soup and tureens- looking forward to your recipes!

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  3. Susan, we live on soups during the winter season. I look forward to your recipes. Beef and Barley sounds great. Finally have a nip in the air here.
    ~ Sarah

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  4. Oh, yum, beef barley soup! I can hardly wait. Your blues & setting is lovely as always, Susan.
    Have a beautiful week.
    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  5. I can't wait to see your soup recipe. I've never had a fall where I craved warm, tasty soup like I do this year - perhaps it's all the sickness I've had, but soup sounds like just what the doctor (should have:) ordered. Your tureen is beautiful - love it!

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  6. Yes it is, and I can not wait...Soup is one of my favorite dishes...Any kind of soup...
    Love all your soup tureens
    Blessings
    Shug

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  7. Lovely blue and whiteware,it's so fresh and homely and homemade soup,yum,anytime of year I love it. Looking forward to your recipe xx enjoy

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  8. I could survive on soups all winter long. Can't wait to read your recipe.

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  9. Love them! And Yum soup sounds great!!

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  10. Oh i love those one dish soup suppers ...so easy and soooo good too especially in the chilly weather! Love your soup tureen and I'll be looking forward to your recipes, I'm always on the hunt for a new one :)
    Big hugs,
    Queenie

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  11. I made homemade soup on Monday, Susan. Yum. And it's so wonderful to not have to think about dinner and also know you're eating healthy. Love your tureen. It's lovely.
    Lynn :)
    www.cottageandcreek.com

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  12. I have always wanted a soup tureen. I think this post has inspired me to begin the quest to find my inner tureen!!

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  13. I am putting together a beef stew in the crock post for dinner tonight. lovely dishes.
    cathy

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  14. Elegant setting! Can't wait to see your recipe...
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  15. Wish I had a soup tureen too! Yours is beautiful!! Love the colors. Looking forward to your recipe!! Happy VTT!

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  16. How is your book coming along?

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  17. I could eat soup nearly every day when the weather is cooler. However, I enjoy it the year round. I just do not have the pleasure of it being in a pretty dish like yours.

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  18. I love soup and stews on a cold night. Your dishes are lovely! I think I might need one of those. I look forward to your recipe. Please give a hug to little Bentley for me.

    Debbie

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  19. Thank you so much for your visit and leaving such a lovely comment. So, I just had to come over - and found your gorgeous blue and white tureens. I specially like the little French soup bowl and cover. I am so looking forward to your soup recipes and am now following you.

    Anna

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  20. This is one of my favorite seasons, when a pot of soup with a fresh loaf of bread is all we need to make us happy...your tureen is beautiful.

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  21. A lovely Blue Willow tureen. I love them! A lovely tablescape. I'm making split pea soup for dinner. Soup is such a lovely comfort food for fall!
    R

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