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40 Soups, Stews & Chilis to Warm You Up | www.tasteandtellblog.com #recipe #soup #stew #chili

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Who is tired of winter?  Raise your hand!

Me, me, me!!  I can’t tell you how ready I am for warm days and picnic lunches and late sunlight.  I would be more than happy if I didn’t have to endure another snowstorm this year.  I’m looking forward to watermelon and lemonade and ice cream sandwiches.

But too bad mother nature doesn’t see it the same way.  At least not quite yet.  There is still some winter to be had.  Technically, only a few more weeks.  But since I live in Utah, and the snowstorms can last until April or May, I guess I’d better find a way to make it through it.

And that way is food.  Soups.  Warm stews.  Hearty chili to warm you from the inside out.  I guess that is one good reason that winter isn’t gone quite yet.

I’ve pooled together 40 of my favorite soup recipes to keep you warm until the weather starts to do that.  There’s plenty of time to make one or two!!

40 Soups, Stews & Chilis to Warm You Up | www.tasteandtellblog.com #recipe #soup #stew #chili

1 – Easy Chicken Tortellini Soup 2 – Cheesy Vegetable Chowder 3 – Creamy Turkey Noodle Soup 4 – Easy Slow Cooker Chili with Avocado Salsa 5 – Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Soup 6 – Slow Cooker Bacon and Corn Chowder 7 – Cheesy Chicken Chowder 8 – Black Bean and Ham Soup 9 – Thai Butternut Squash Soup 10 – Slow Cooker Pumpkin Chili 11 – Bacon, Leek, Potato and Tomato Soup 12 – Creamy Wild Rice and Turkey Soup 13 – Spicy Carrot Ginger Soup 14 – Baked Potato Soup 15 – Crab and Corn Soup 16 – Salmon and Dill Chowder 17 – Tuscan Beef Stew 18 – Baked Potato Soup 19 – Asturian Beef Stew 20 – Creamy Butternut Squash Soup

40 Soups, Stews & Chilis to Warm You Up | www.tasteandtellblog.com #recipe #soup #stew #chili

21 – Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup 22 – Crock Pot Chili 23 – Sausage-and-White Bean Cassoulet 24 – Chicken Enchilada Soup 25 – Corn and Chipotle Chowdah 26 – Turkey and Bean Chili 27 – Chicken and Cheese Enchilada Chowder 28 – Toasted Orzo Chicken Soup 29 – Moroccan Lentil Stew 30 – Cream of Tomato Soup 31 – Corn Sausage Chowder 32 – Slow Cook Tuscan Sausage and Bean Soup 33 – Onion Chowder 34 – French Onion Bread Soup 35 – Corn and Bacon Chowder 36 – Broccoli Cheese Soup 37 – Clam Chowder 38 – White Turkey Chili 39 – Minestrone 40 – Creamy Sweet Potato Soup

And now to the link up!! There were actually 3 posts that shared the honors for most clicks:

Olive Garden Copy Cat Zuppa Toscana from Makin' it Mo' BettaOlive Garden Copy Cat Zuppa Toscana from Makin’ it Mo’ Betta


Oatmeal Creme Whoopie Pies from What's Baking in the BarbershopOatmeal Creme Whoopie Pies from What’s Baking in the Barbershop


Five Ingredient Slow Cooker Ranch Seasoned Beef from The Tasty ForkFive Ingredient Slow Cooker Ranch Seasoned Beef from The Tasty Fork

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20 Responses to 40 Soups, Stews and Chilis to Warm You Up

  1. Deborah,
    It’s snowing outside, so it looks like a good day for soup. Last week I used up the last of the mixed cooking greens I’d put up to make Everyday Maven’s Italian Wedding Soup and Putney Farm’s Caldo Verde.

    I’ve still got some squash in the Strategic Winter Squash Reserve so I’m eyeing your Thai Butternut Squash soup–though the Salmon and Dill chowder looks good as does the onion chowder. I love choices though they sometimes paralyze me!

    I’m linking up a recipe for Dr Seuss’ birthday–Green Eggs No Ham, using some of our lovely farm share spinach.

    I also went crazy throwing odd bits of this and that (that my kids chopped up for me) with sauerkraut and leftover brat rolls in a savory skillet supper.

    Lastly I’m linking up a quick Broccoli and Cheese pizza (came home from vacation and had no dough prepared, so I used a Boboli) and, if you’d like a bit of green in your kitchen window during the last months of snow, a bonus–how to regrow celery.

    Thanks for hosting!

  2. We just made soup last night! It was cold and rainy, so the soup really hit the spot. You can never have too many go-to soup recipes – what a great round-up this is!! And thanks for posting my oatmeal creme whoopie pies! I hope you get the chance to try them. 🙂

  3. You have quite the collection of soup recipes – and all so beautifully photographed!! Thanks for hosting 🙂

  4. Love this soup round up but I am with you, I am ready for Spring!

  5. Thanks! Deborah for the party and the soup recipes. I know I will be back here time and time again. I love soups,stews and chilis. Have a great day!

  6. Wow, Deborah, what a list. I live on soup this time of year. I am making my grocery list today!

  7. Joanne says:

    I have bittersweet feelings about spring coming and soup season ending…but I am definitely ready for spring!! these all sound wonderful!

  8. That is a huge list of amazing soups! I am on a major soup kick this year, and so many of these look good!

  9. What a great round-up, soups are my favorite part of winter!

  10. Tracey says:

    I’m with you Deborah, I am so ready for spring! We’ve had the most gray and dreary weather ever lately, it’s brutal. It is a great excuse to keep eating comforting soups and stews though so that’s definitely an upside 🙂

  11. This is an amazing collection of soups. I am pinning it to my soup board now! I am ready for winter to be over for sure but maybe some of these will help me find something in it to like. Thanks for hosting!

  12. Love this round-up! It’s actually getting a bit warmer here in LA (it’s 81 today!) but I’ll gladly make all of these soups!

  13. Emily says:

    Stopping by from GYB hop, new G+ follower. I live the design and pictures of your site, beautiful!

  14. Such a delicious roundup! I would love any of these during our crazy blizzard in the Midwest!

  15. Deborah,
    I’m a current follower and I’m co-hosting for today’s GYB hop. I’d love for you to stop by and let me know you did.

  16. Beyond sick of winter! I love all these yummy soups though!

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