This week Amy has given us the prompt of the Colors of Autumn. Hubby and I took a trip to the mountains of North Carolina in October 2020 and we caught the leaves at the perfect time. They were absolutely gorgeous! You can check out this link for my post of November 2020 for a look at those pictures.
The weather here at the beach gets a little cooler each day along with a decrease in the humidity so it’s a perfect time to head out of the house. But the cooler weather also has me thinking of making some of my favorite soup recipes. Soups are usually way too hot for us to make during the summer.
Spicy Black Bean Soup – https://momaskedmeforarecipe.com/2017/11/04/spicy-black-bean-soup/
I started a food blog in 2016 and it is the reason I got interested in photography. Your food has to look good and my photos were awful. I took some photography classes and soon started this blog. I kept up with the food blog until the end of 2017 although I still keep it active. It was taking time away from my photography plus – have you ever tried to take photos of food when hubby is ready to eat?
Chicken Noodle Soup – https://momaskedmeforarecipe.com/2016/12/31/chicken-noodle-soup/
Chicken Chili – https://momaskedmeforarecipe.com/2015/10/06/chicken-chili/
Ham and Potato Soup – https://momaskedmeforarecipe.com/2015/08/08/potato-soup/
These photos may not be of changing leaves but my soups do have the colors of autumn.
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Your soups ARE the colors of autumn Gina! And they also look delicious
Delicious, Gina! I love these comforting food. 🙂
I love how you chose your soups so show the colors of autumn. They all look delicious!
Mmmm – colorful and delicious 🧡☀️