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Monday, November 26, 2007

COLD NIGHT, HOT SOUP ~

Last night, we had our gathering of our home church at Handsome Son's home and our group ALWAYS shares a meal together, each Sunday night. And, talk about great meals....everyone trying to outdo the other...you know how that goes!! This was more or less a potluck dinner and since it was a cold evening (a very light sprinkling of snow), a couple of the sweet ladies made homemade soups. Talk about hitting the spot.....Ummmm, UM!!


Sweet daughter*in*law made the BEST homemade stew that I've ever put in my mouth..EVER!
I will find out her SECRET ingredient just as fast as I can and share with you! Soooo good ~~



A homemade Italian soup that was to die for. I don't have the recipe but when I get it, I'll be sure to pass it on to you! Spicy...but not TOO spicy. Just right and so full of flavor.




AND.....of course, CORNBREAD........ hot, buttered and delicious. What would a bowl of homemade soup or stew be without CORNBREAD?? AND....a HUGH slice of onion, OF COURSE!

Being with so many people that I love dearly made this delicious meal taste about a thousand times better! How blessed I am.



OH !!!!!!!! And, did I mention the Vanilla Creme Pie, Pecan Pie, Angel Food Cake, Fudge Cake and Sweet Whipped Creme????? GOOD GRIEF !!! I am STILL full..............
Blessings, bj

23 comments:

Anita said...

Yummy!!! Sounds like a great evening!

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Good grief! Between your photos and descriptions of your lovely dinner.... and, reading Jacaranda Cottage's post on her yummy chocolate cake, I think I've gained 10 lbs!! It is so good to have those wonderful times with friends and family.

Mary said...

Oh, yum!!! It's 37 degrees and rainy here this morning, so soup sounds divine! Looking forward to seeing your DIL's recipe...love to see your Christmas decorations,too!
xoxo,
Mary

Suzy said...

Now I am hungry! It is so nice that you have such a great time.

ginger at enchanting cottage said...

OH I could sure use a bowl of that soup it sounds so YUMMY! I am looking forward to the recipe!
Have a blessed day!

Karen H. said...

Good Morning BJ,
I was going to comment a bit ago, but had to stop and take the girls back to school. Thank you for the comment about my blog. My good friend Diane, of Diane's Place, did mine. I have no clue as how to do it. I did put the Christmas Countdown Header on there. That was pretty easy. But Diane is my Blog Interior Decorator. LOL. Soup does sound delicious. I would like to make some but the first part of the week is pretty busy, so it will have to be something quick and easy. I can't wait to get the recipe's. I don't do any kind of spicy things. My mouth and stomach can't take it. LOL Hubby and girls likes spicy stuff. It is raining here again today. It is 43 degrees and it is foggy outside too. I hope that fog goes away since I will be traveling out of town tonight. I don't like to do that. Well, take care my friend and have a Blessed Monday. May God Bless You and Yours.

Hugs,
Karen H.

Karen H. said...

Good Morning Again BJ,
I almost forgot. LOL. Ain't nuthin' better than some homemade soup, cornpone, and a slice of onion. Now if that don't make ya mouth water, then I don't know what will. LOL. I had to comment on that cause girlfriend, that is a Southern Compfort Meal. Take care my friend and have a great Monday. God Bless You and Yours.

Hugs,
Karen H.

Anonymous said...

Looks very yummy BJ! I'm glad you had such a great meal with your group, potlucks are always such fun, especially when it's with the people we love!
PJ

Nan said...

Oh my gosh, your killing me with all this food. Everything looks fabulous. I'm off to eat my bowl of cereal!
Nan

FarmHouse Style said...

Oh, great minds sure think alike!! LOL. Your soup and stew look delicious!!! Of course, cornbread an onion are a must:) Please do share the recipes if you can, I would love to try them out.

Glad you got some snow, we just got rain here...but I am rejoicing because we need it sooo badly!

Have a happy Monday!

Rhonda

Mary Isabella said...

I am so glad you left me a comment so I could find you and your lovely site. The soup sounds so yummy please do get the recipe and post it. We love cornbread and soup. Please have a great day Mary

T*mmy said...

We are having a cold and rainy day here...soup, stew or chili would really hit the spot...oh, and pass the hot buttered cornbread too!

Have a great Monday Miz BJ!
=)

Cottage Contessa said...

I think I just heard my hips crying.......lol
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

Jackie said...

Oh dear now you have made me hungry. Your meal looks so good.

Betty (Beddow) said...

All these soups and cornbread have made me downright hungry! They look so good.

Alexandra, Writing & Baking Enthusiast said...

What a fantastic meal. I had to laugh at your comment because that's what those "tarts" are...flaky biscuits and bittersweet baking bars. The time it takes me to tuck in the chocolate, bake, and serve it less than 20 minutes.
Alexandra

Mary said...

All of this delicious looking food is making me hungry. I look forward to hearing the stew secret.

Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Mary

Ida Faye said...

Oh, BJ - I am sooo hungry after reading about your dinner. I love soup/stew with cornbread on a cold wintry night. Here in eastern NC, it's only been cold enough for soup a couple of days. As a matter of fact it was in the high 70s today. I will be looking forward to getting the recipes!! BTW my email address is tomfay@gotricounty.com. I'd love to hear from you. I thoroughly enjoy your site - it's the first one I check every day!! I have many of the same things you have in your pictures. Have a great day!!

Sunnispace said...

Oh, gosh, I love homemade soup and cornbread - yum! Looks delicious and I'm sure you enjoyed every scrumptious bite!!

NAME: CIELO said...

ummm, so homey... and I know what you mean about those church meeting; nothing like church frieds to feel the warmth of our Lord among men...

Cielo

Michelle said...

Ok BJ, I love soup, cornbread but onion? What kind of onion? Yellow? White? Red or sweet? My husband is intrigued so I must find out. Michelle

Cowboys & Custard said...

My what a feast BJ !
I have just put on a few inches looking at your scrummy photos.
Michelexx

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

YUM YUM!! What else can I say?