January is National Soup Month, as many of you may know! But, did you know that it is also National Soup SWAP Month? Much like a cookie exchange, you make a large batch of “liquid comfort” and exchange with friends. See Soup Swap for How-To ideas. Don’t be confused, National Chili Month is October, so put away the cornbread and cumin!
Enjoy a number of different blogs and websites and search for something special to simmer!
Gone-Ta-Pott highlights the origins and definitions of anything pertaining to soup.
Squidoo provides different soup recipes and also showcases Ski Town Soups very-own cookbook under the list of 5 Soup and Stew must-have cookbooks. Additionally, Squidoo highlights the recent article, “Souped-Up: Ski Town Chefs Reveal Recipes” published in Park Record, of Park City, Utah.
On Days Of The Year, pages discuss all the random celebrations of the year: Library Lovers Month, Cheerleading Safety Month, Umbrella Month, Piano Month, Ice Cream Month, and, of course, Soup Month.
Finally, Eatocracy (a beautiful website) features a simple Butternut Squash Soup.
If you have the ambition, January 15th is National Soup Day – boil batches after batches and celebrate all day!