Hot soup on a cold night

Sometimes the simplest things work the best. Point in case our supper tonight was a simple hot tomato basil soup with crackers. It warms you up, which we both need as it is going to drop to 9 degrees overnight . Brrrrrrr!

55 thoughts on “Hot soup on a cold night

  1. NINE???
    You need a bath in hot tomato soup!!
    Funny… I just reminded myself of saying, on a hot day, I wanted to sit in a tub of soft serve ice cream. Everyone looked at me like I was crazy. I still think it sounds great!

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  3. Your soup (this post) was made a few weeks ago. I’ve just made a pot of leek and potato soup (my comfort food) although it’s now 20 degrees – a jump from 14 yesterday – but I’d planned it so I made it. I can eat soup at any time though, and with home made bread it’s an easily prepared meal for a singledon like me..

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