For six weekends in January and February Jeremy works with the ARISE ski program for the physically challenged at Toggenburg Mountain. Each week I have made a pot of soup so I can send a hot lunch for him in a thermos. I just love soups, and this has been a great motivator to get out some of my favorite recipes and make sure I have all the right ingredients on hand. Of course, the wonderful thing about soups is that they don’t take a lot of expensive or out of the ordinary ingredients in the first place. After enjoying some old favorites and finding a few new ones this past month, I though I’d share them with you all. There’s nothing better on a cold, February day than a hot bowl of homemade soup!
The first soup I made was my mother’s Clam Chowder. Except, I never add the clams, so I call it :
Hi! I loved your easy yogurt recipe! I had a question about the chowder…is the bacon optional? Thank you! 🙂
Jin, sure, you can leave out the bacon, but you’re gonna miss the flavor. 😉
Sheriece Morris says
Hi there. I’d love to try this soup, but I think the recipe didn’t get entered correctly. First off, the instructions mention flour, but the ingredients don’t. How much and what kind of flour? Second, the ingredients mention garlic, but the instructions don’t. Should those be added with the onion? Finally, is three whole onions correct? That would be a LOT of onions. Literally more onions than corn.
Thanks for any help. Please email if you can so I will know you responded.
That sounds yummy. I like the new look, that picture of the flowers is really pretty.