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September 14, 2021
September Happenings from From the Strawberry Patch...

We made a quick trip to the campground where our son and his family were staying this week for dinner out on Saturday evening; we wanted to help celebrate our favorite daughter-in-law's birthday (albeit a few days late). They're loving their new camper trailer and finding every excuse that they can to hit the road and explore the sights that our state (and those close by) have to offer. Gregory

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September Happenings from From the Strawberry Patch...

We made a quick trip to the campground where our son and his family were staying this week for dinner out on Saturday evening; we wanted to help celebrate our favorite daughter-in-law's birthday (albeit a few days late). They're loving their new camper trailer and finding every excuse that they can to hit the road and explore the sights that our state (and those close by) have to offer. Gregory

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December 17, 2020
Soup's On! from From the Strawberry Patch...

It's Thursday~ that means it's homemade-soup-for-lunch day around here recently. For years I've bookmarked soup recipes and never made them; that all changed this month. As I mentioned in an earlier post, with no parties or open house this year, I find myself with no one else to cook for but us! Capitalizing on that fact I began a new weekly tradition. Two weeks ago it was homemade split pea with

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Soup's On! from From the Strawberry Patch...

It's Thursday~ that means it's homemade-soup-for-lunch day around here recently. For years I've bookmarked soup recipes and never made them; that all changed this month. As I mentioned in an earlier post, with no parties or open house this year, I find myself with no one else to cook for but us! Capitalizing on that fact I began a new weekly tradition. Two weeks ago it was homemade split pea with

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April 13, 2020
Ham and White Bean Soup with Variations from From My Carolina Home

For many of us, Easter holiday usually means a ham dinner.  Even though we cannot be with family right now, maintaining tradition is important.  It helps us to feel like things are still somewhat normal.  After the ham has served for sandwiches and leftover meals for a few days, making a thick and hearty soup with the bone is a delicious way to make the most of what is left.

Ham and Bean Soup at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

To begin, cover 2 pounds of Great Northern beans with hot tap water in a large bowl.

Ham Bean Soup at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

Cover and soak overnight.

Ham Bean Soup at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

The beans will double in size.

Ham Bean Soup at FromMyCarolinaHome.com

Add the ham ...

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October 5, 2019
White Chicken Chili from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

We’re going by the calendar and not by the temperature and since it’s officially Fall, we’re having soup for the next few days. I love White Chicken Chili and have been meaning to make it all week so . . today is the day. I want to make several different soups and have in the...

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