Food & Beverage

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Cooks, get your stove tops ready! The Fifth National Soup Swap is set for Jan. 22, 2011. Check out the web site for all the details and how you can host a swap in your hometown. Looks like a great way to share soup with friends and spend some time in the kitchen – not to mention create cute ways to package your soup for sharing! I’ll be attending a swap here in the Mitten over at i3 Detroit, so I’ll be sure to report back and see if I can snag a recipe or two to share.
I’m curious – what’s your favorite kind of soup? How many of you make soup from scratch?

4 thoughts on “Soup Swap 2011

  1. I make all my soups from scratch in a huge enamelware dutch oven. I often use a stock base but after holidays I make that from scratch out of the carcass. My house specialty is Albondigas, a Mexican meatball soup that is very versatile. You can make it as plain or fancy as you like, varying the veg ingredients depending on the season. Cilantro and lime at the end!

  2. Sounds good! I just helped make stock for the first time – I’m excited to try it! We kept all the leftover veggies and froze them until it was time. We’re currently freezing the batch in ice cube trays – how do you keep your stock?

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