January 12, 2009

Bloggers Soup Swap Day

I wonder what is bubbling in this pot? Pennsylvania Dutch Sausage Stew for dinner tonight. Don't you all love a bowl of steaming hot soup when the weather turns cold? Well so do we and this is predicted to be our coldest week so far this winter.As I posted last week Saturday January 24 is National Soup Swap Day and I am going to do my part here at Joyously Living Life by hosting a Bloggers Soup Swap Day. These are the guidlines for the Bloggers SSD. Guidelines for the National are a little different and can be accessed by clicking on the title of this post for the link. You may want to host a Soup Swap at your house and post pictures of the event.

Make your favorite soup and post a picture of it on your blog on January 24. Also post the recipe for your soup so that bloggers everywhere can enjoy your soup too. That's it, sweet and simple and imagine all the wonderful recipes we will all share. Please describe your soup and maybe a little story about how you came to have the recipe. Post your contribution then return here and use Mr. Linky to link to your post so that everyone can visit you for the recipe. Ask your friends to join us too. The more the merrier.

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Bloggers Soup Swap Give Away:

One lucky person who participates in the BSS will receive this little gift from me.
The winner will be randomly chosen by me and receive a Lovely Big carved wooden soup spoon, a dish towel and a pair of 11" hand dipped Amish candles direct from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.


Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

That pot of soup looks quite yummy! Perfect for winter! Have a wonderful week!


Nancy Jane said...

Hi Arisha- So glad you stopped at my blog. Afraid I've not been really good at keeping up with posting. Too distracted with other projects. I do love the Lancaster area and soup. If I can find an extra few minutes, I'll try to get a recipe up with pictures. Nancy
PS: Honestly, we don't hunt or wear fur and the worst thing I do to the deer is use an organic repellent!

Nora Lee said...

Thank you so much for stopping by Nora Lee's Nook; it's so nice to meet you. The soup looks delicious; and would be wonderful with the cold weather we are having. I also noticed your blue and white "salt jar" is thats what it's called? I recently went to some antiques stores in another part of North Carolina and they were in every store; I had never seen one before.

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Oh gathering lots of soup recipes sounds wonderful!

Yes, this _is_ the time of year, when soup is purrrrfect, isn't it? And it makes the house smell so good and inviting too.

Aunt Amelia
"I wish the sky would rain down roses... They would fall as light as feathers, smelling sweet: and it would be like sleeping and yet waking all at once." ~~George Eliot

Jenna Z said...

Oooh! I am hosting a soup swap at my workplace for National Soups Swap Day! I will definitely post a picture and my recipe! I'm getting hungry just thinking about all the great soup recipes we'll find!

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Thanks for stopping by! My mother grew up in Lancaster County. I still have a cousin who is in Doylestown. I'm glad to have found you. Gotta find a soup recipe. ~Mindy

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the posting at SoupSwap.com. I am hoping it'll find you some new participants, particularly those folks who can't find a Soup Swap near them to go to!


Knox Gardner

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Joy said...

I just made a big pot of Chili! Mom always made a big pot of Vegetable soup on cold days. You dould always find her in the kitchen at the first signs of snow.

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I'm going to try my best to make soup on Saturday and post the pictures and recipe. It may not be up on my blog until later in the day though!