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Minestrone; Snow? Menu of the Week — 7 Comments

  1. Katie, It is snowing in the South also. We heard from friends in NC and there are 4 inches on the ground. Does not happen too often. But I was hoping it would hold out until we returned for Christmas. Your soup looks perfect.

  2. I was watching the news and saw visions of Paris covered in snow. Even Britain looked like parts of Canada at this time of year.A warm, welcoming bowl of soup would be a comfort.

  3. I’m with you. I really don’t like snow and wintertime either. But if we DO go camping, Soup in a Dutch Oven helps us handle the snow much better.

  4. We’re supposed to get snow here and I don’t like it when it does. So far, we’ve hardly had any. (Yay!! – I know. No snow and below freezing temperatures are guarantees that parts of our garden will die. I don’t care. I loathe snow.)
    Amazingly, even though it does snow here every year, people are still clueless about how to drive in it.
    Your minestrone sounds wonderful.

  5. I’m with you on the soup, the pot of soup on the stove . . . mmm. Your minestrone looks so wonderful.
    We have just a light dusting of snow here in IL.

  6. I love to put a pot of soup on simmering on those cold wintry days. The aromatics of the combined vegetables seasoned with ham permeating my home is so heartwarming & makes for a welcoming spirit for anyone who enters. Your minestrone recipe is so hearty, as I like every ingredient in your perfect version.