Mar 042017


I love soup and this is one from my cookbook

Gooseberry Patch 101 Soups, Salads, & Sandwiches

This was so easy to make, it only took a few minutes to get the ingredients in the pot and it was done in about 15 min. I didn’t eat cornbread with it like Katie French ,the woman who sent the recipe to Gooseberry Patch, recommended. I used croutons instead, and was very happy with that decision. This recipe will go into my rotation to be made every so often. It is really good!

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Se that soup cup? I bought 4 at Publix  and wish I’d bought more. I love them! They’re oven, fridge, microwave, and dishwasher safe and have lids.

This counts toward my Pin It & Do It: Food challenge

Weekend Cooking

Souper Sundays

  14 Responses to “Pin It & Do It:
Chicken Corn Chowder”

  1. I would love this chowder!

  2. Oh, that does sound good! And we’re having cooler rainy weather this weekend. Soup would be a good thing.

  3. This looks good! I clicked on the cookbook link. This looks interesting… They have a whole website too that goes with the cookbook. To be honest, I’m always looking for simple soups, sandwiches and salads. I have a LOT of kids, grandkids, kids in law, kids’ friends etc that I short order cook for! Thx for the ideas 🙂

  4. This looks very delicious! And the soup cups are “souper”! Thanks for a terrific post, Vicki.

  5. Oh now I am off to Publix for some soup cups. I can’t remember if they have them at our Publix but I am certainly looking today. Wonderful soup, I could always eat soup.

  6. Gooseberry Patch is always reliable! And I do love the soup mug!

  7. I do love corn chowder so this definitely sounds good to me. Have a nice Sunday Vicki.

  8. I am always looking for new soup recipes. This one is making my mouth water. Seriously.

  9. I want to make this! Thanks for sharing.

  10. I’m glad your site is back up and running!!

  11. This looks really good. I have some Gooseberry Patch books for Chistmas! I should look through them again. It has been years!!

  12. Hello! I am visiting via Paula’s blog at Smidgens Snippets and Bits. I think your blog is lovely and I have those same soup cups! I’ve read a couple of your posts already and was interested enough to say hello. I am holding off on seeing the Lion until I finish the book as well. I bought the book before I knew it was going to be a movie, but had the book in my “to read” pile. What a captivating and amazing story. thanks for letting me visit. I hope you don’t mind a new visitor. Peace.

  13. Sounds good. I’ll definitely try it.

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