on October 18, 2012
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How many of you remembered this old folktale? And, what were your stones………
This post was written by MARY who has written 112 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
I added Quinoa which made this soup much heartier and with more texture. I felt it needed lots of seasoning also.
Just wanted to let you know that I am having trouble commenting to your site. (I think I am getting hung up in your spam filter).
Me too Mary. I have left comments on prior weeks and thought you just had to “approve them” or such but I do not see them ever showing up. Still enjoying your posts very much!
It’s what’s for dinner when you think that there’s nothing for dinner.
loved it! also, its the last day to enter my giveaway!
Alice – just wanted to let you know I left a comment, but I think I am getting hung up in your spam filter. (WordPress has recently declared war on me, I think…)
OMG Cher, nearly every comment for the past several weeks of yours was in the spam folder!! I’m sorry I didn’t notice… there are many others that wound up there too… gosh. I usually notice if there is anything there since I hardly get any spam at all… oi. Good luck with wordpress, I will keep a closer eye on the spam folder now – but as far as my blog goes, you shouldn’t be going to spam anymore! : )
It was more like the “whatever-was-in-the-refrigerator” soup…
I added some mild Italian sausages and it was DELISH!
I disappear for four months and cannot even post this week’s recipe? Bad Adriana!
This post includes three great summer sides: the corn pancakes, the honey-lime beet salad, and the cafe-style carrot salad. Would love to hear which of the three was your favorite and why.
Have a great Friday!
I got my act together and made the soup just in time to make it a French weekend. Some of you dropped stones in my red pot!
We loved it! Yum yum yum!
Really surprised at how good the seasoning was in this soup.
Just OK for me:
This was a quick and easy recipe to prepare.
What a week………
This was perfect for us!
Not so spur of the moment but very yummy!
Could not resist making my favorite comfort food;-)
I made a winter squash version. Delicious!
Two Thumbs UP:)
Simple and great. Definitely how I want to eat my carrots from now on. http://veggraintreat.blogspot.com/2012/10/ffwd-spur-of-moment-vegetable-soup.html
Delish! I’m also hosting a giveaway (ending tonight at midnight CST!) for a bright orange Keurig® Mini Plus Brewing System and a box of Fair Trade Certified™ Pumpkin Spice K-Cup Packs, courtesy of Green Mountain Coffee – don’t forget to enter (link to giveaway is listed in the FFWD post)! :)
This vegetable soup is like a canvas!
I have loved every one of Dorie’s soup recipes (or non-recipes) so far. This one was another hit!
The soup is not particularly exciting but adding some herb dumplings (dill & sage) totally transformed it! I highly recommend this hearty variation.
A nice way to use up some leftover veggies.
Ho-hum turned to YUM! after a couple days in the fridge (carrot + ginger version)
Def Spur of the moment for me!
Yay! Just made it in time: http://www.jemangelaville.com/2012/10/19/ffwd-spur-of-the-moment-vegetable-soup/
Well, here I am, a day late, with a not-so-vegetable soup:
The kids loved it, ginger and all!
Finally made this yesterday–yum!
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