Soups and Chowders to Warm and Comfort You

by Lana Stuart on October 23, 2014 · 1 comment

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It’s quickly becoming the time of year when we all retreat indoors to a warm fire and a comforting dinner. At the end of a cool Fall day, one of my favorite things to enjoy is a good bowl of soup. Whether it’s an old-fashioned chicken noodle, a childhood favorite of tomato with grilled cheese, or something a little more exotic like Vietnamese Pho, soups and chowders are a meal in a bowl, aren’t they? Soup has the ability to make us feel better when we’re under the weather or to warm us up when the cold winds whip the bare branches on the trees. They’re usually fairly easy to make and the variety is endless!

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