Friday, October 21, 2011

Soups and Stews Recipe Party!

I have such a fun day planned for y'all today!
My good friend Tabitha from A Penny Saved A Penny Earned invited me to co-host a linky party with her today. I am so thankful she thought to ask me!

For those of you not familiar with "linky parties", they are basically a chance for us food bloggers to show off all the recipes we've been making and share them all together in one place.

Today's party is all about comfort food in a bowl.  This is a chance for food bloggers to share all of their favorite cold-weather soups and stews.  And for all my amazing readers, this is a chance for you to gather up some new recipes to see you through the cold blustery days ahead.

See below for details and thank you to everyone for participating!

Linky Guidelines: 
Please link up to your exact post and not the main page to your blog. 
Also, link back here from your post so that others can find the fun. You can use the button or a direct link within your post. 
Thanks so much for participating!



A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

7 comments:

Art By ASM said...

I wanted to tell you I am giving you the Versatile Blogger Award. I just love your blog and please stop by this link to check it out. Thank you!!!!

Link:
http://artbyasm.blogspot.com/2011/10/my-versatile-blogger-award-passing.html

Blessings,
Annamaria

RavieNomNoms said...

Haha you are too funny Brandie! You always make me smile when you post on my blog hehe. YOU ROCK!

Have a great weekend my dear!

Rhondi said...

Thanks for the invite Brandie! I linked up 3 of my favorites. Have a great weekend!

Jennifer said...

I love soup. I can eat it year round but especially love it now when the weather turns colder. I am always looking for new ones to make so I am excited to see a bunch of recipes to check out!
Thanks for hosting...
Jennifer
HomeMatters

Debi said...

Thank you for inviting me to join. I shared two soups today....Hamburger Vegetable and Hearty Potato. Please stop by and join our Thursday's Treasures. <3 and Hugs!

Annie Oakley's Kitchen said...

Lol, I didn't realize until after I linked up that we both did loaded potato soup. At least they're different recipes although yours looks a bit easier :)

The Culinary Lens said...

I shared my version of Dublin Coddle a taste of Irish comfort food