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March 2, 2010

Introducing Soup Chick

Mango gazpacho soup with shrimp and avocado brings a taste of summer to New England winter. 

Today, I'm sending you away.

Not far away. Just a hop, skip and a click away, to Soup Chick

soupchick.com

where I've started blogging about all things soup.

Recipes, mostly.

Hot and cold soups, budget-friendly soup, slow cooker soups, vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free soups. How to make your own soup stock. Every now and then, soup cookbooks, bowls and tureens, and other tools of the soup maker's trade.

And seven soups every Saturday, from seven food blogs, to get you through the week.

Please stop by (soupchick.com) and say hello. There's a great mango gazpacho made from salsa waiting for you.

Comments

Woo hoo!!!

Wow, Lydia. I've been on a making soup kick all winter. Yesterday afternoon, I made a tomato vegetable soup and that's what we had for dinner w a slim loaf of crusty garlic bread. I've also made root soup, chicken stew and an amazing shrimp corn chowder whose recipe I found in Real Simple. Soup is delicious, nutritious and doesn't weigh me down after eating it although I feel fulfilled. I'll definitely become a soup chick follower.

I'm your first subscriber in Bloglines! Shouldn't that be good enough for some soup sometime in your kitchen?

I was so excited to discover Soup Chick! I saw the link at the top of this site, and was curious. I have been making soups all winter, and loving it - there's something so cozy about simmering a soup all day on a cold weekend! My son has soup for breakfast almost every morning - today was roasted tomato soup. I can't wait to read more of your new blog!

More excitement in TPP. Congarts on your new enterprise Lydia.

Awesome!! I love, love, LOVE soup!

Teresa, you said it!

Can-Can, I've definitely been craving corn chowder lately, and the shrimp variation sounds wonderful. I agree; soup makes me full without feeling stuffed. It's magical that way.

Kalyn, you are entitled to free soup for life!

Judy, roasted tomato soup for breakfast? Sounds good to me!

Val, April: thank you both. I'll still share soups here on The Perfect Pantry, too, but on Soup Chick, just soup.

I am a soup fiend - I have already posted about soup in y blog this week !!!!!

Popped in to say hi! I'm going to check out your soup blog!

I'm off to check it out!

The only thing better than visiting Soup Chick would be coming to RI and making soup together in your kitchen :) Best of luck with your newest venture!

Hopping over now! I love soups!

Kate, I'll check out your soup. Thanks for visiting.

Blond Duck, Pam, Tigerfish: hope you have fun at Soup Chick.

Sandie, that would be the most fun of all. I know we will cook together some day soon.

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