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Soup Season

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It’s Soup Season! There’s something intangible about cooking at home that makes the kitchen come alive. The experience goes beyond the basic necessity of preparing food for eating to something that enlivens the senses. The aromas and artful act of creating in the kitchen nourish my heart and soul.

Beef Stew by PatriciaCWilson for Soup Season

Soups and stews are virtually goof proof, so don’t worry about making a mistake. You can use broth to thin anything that is too thick. You can use a little cream to thicken anything that is too thin. More seasonings give a kick to something slightly bland. (Continue reading my article online)

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Source: Featured cup of soup image, book image, by Patricia Wilson. Collage Credits Clockwise from top left: stew by Sarah Miller; cauliflower cup by Patricia Wilson; portrait of Patricia and cauliflower with candle by Sarah Miller; butternut squash and broccoli cups by Patricia Wilson; Soup Season images and graphics by Sarah Miller and the IN Magazine team. Beef stew with lantern by Sarah Miller. Excerpted and adapted from “Soup Season” by Patricia Wilson for IN Magazine. Visit, and

This entry was published on October 12, 2016 at 10:00 am. It’s filed under gluten free living, Healthy Eating, How to Cook Gluten-Free, Lifestyle and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Soup Season

  1. …and how wonderfully presented in those gorgeous art mugs, Patricia! 🙂 xxxxxxx


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