Hope you're having some warmer days than we are here in my Northwoods!! It's been some just lovely(NOT) below zero kind of weather here lately. BBrrr!! Where are you Spring? Please visit soon!
So of course it's perfect weather for a nice hot bowl of soup. I had planned to make kielbasa soup this week, but then ended up making some changes in my menu and made a different soup earlier in the week, and I know my family would prefer something else tonight. So I think I'll use up the kielbasa I have by making some sliders on little buns I need to use up. I also have some frozen corn on the cob, and can make brown sugar baked beans. Throw in some chips and some raw veggies & dip and we'll do a favorite around here - pretend it's more like picnic weather and have that be our menu tonight. But I still wanted to share that soup recipe as it sounded quite tasty. It's out of the book Fix it and Forget it best slow cooker recipes.
What a hearty and cozy sounding soup! That sausage will flavor that water to make a tasty broth, along with the tomato paste. And then the veggies and potatoes will round it all out in a filling way. I'll definitely try this one sometime in the future. But I also wanted to share a tasty looking stew from the same book. It would be a wonderful meatless meal for this Lenten season.
Doesn't that look yummy? I love that it has savory seasonings and also cinnamon to go with the squash. Rich white beans and sweet squash. You can't go wrong.....right?? Happy Thursday!