Souper Blog Hop


As soon as I saw the theme for this blog hop, I knew exactly which soup I was going to use for it; my absolute favourite chicken noodle soup. I've been making it for a few years now, and it's still up there as one of my all time favourite meals. 

It's really simple to make, too; chopped carrot and celery, thyme, salt and pepper, chicken stock which you use to poach the chicken, then take it out, shred it and put it back, add some noodles then parsley to garnish and you're done. 

Of course, it's best served with a couple of warm buttered rolls, as shown in the picture below.













BLURB: Gregory Green loves his mom’s pea soup, but when he eats it at school, all of his friends make fun of how it looks. He doesn’t think it looks like bugs, and it tastes good! Then at recess, his friends run from him, screaming, “He’s a monster!” Gregory doesn’t know why his friends are being mean until he sees his skin is green. The teasing gets worse until an unlikely friend comes to the rescue—his teddy bear, Sammy. Sammy usually only comes to life for Gregory and his family, but Sammy has an important lesson to teach Gregory and his classmates.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Elaine Kaye got the idea for Pea Soup Disaster from her son who loved to eat her homemade pea soup. Pea Soup Disaster is the first of many fun stories featuring Gregory Green and his teddy bear, Sammy, as part of the Gregory Green Adventure series.

Kaye has worked as a library assistant and teacher's assistant in elementary schools in the Sunshine State. She currently lives in Florida, but she has called Michigan; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Okinawa, Japan home. She is a grandmother of three boys.


Find Elaine:

Website / Instagram / Litsy - @ElaineKaye


Comments

  1. Can't go wrong with chicken noodle soup, right? And that is a simply recipe. Thanks for sharing! And thank you so much for participating!

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  2. I bet your homemade version is the best!

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  3. I like to add a little dill and a lot of garlic to my chicken soup.

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  4. Chicken noodle is one I make from scratch all the time. I also make turkey noodle soup when I have leftover turkey and turkey bones from Thanksgiving. :)

    Thanks for joining the blog hop.

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  5. Chicken noodle is such a classic soup, and the homemade versions are the best! Yum!

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  6. Ooh, that looks good. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Sometimes, I think the only reason I roast chickens and turkeys is so I can use their carcasses to make noodle soup. :) Your noodle soup looks terrific.

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  8. My better half makes great chicken noodle soup and she always looks for new recipes. I'll point her to yours.

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  9. This sounds like my kind of chicken noodle soup. As much as I adore the Cambel's brand, for some reason, their chicken noodle just doesn't do it for me. I'd resorted to making it from scratch but I think your recipe is easier than what I'm currently using.

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  10. Hi Laura - that looks a delicious soup - just what's needed in the UK at the moment, I gather ... take care in the weather and enjoy those hearty warming meals - cheers Hilary

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  11. I make chicken noodle soup regularly. It's easy and fast, so perfect when I'm feeling tired.

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