01 November 2008

No Croutons Required - November

Winter has arrived here in Scotland, so it is time for another hearty soup or salad.

This month, I would like you to turn your attention to a soup or salad containing pasta. Be it spaghetti, penne, macaroni, noodles or any other interesting shapes you can come up with. Comfort food is the name of the game!

If you would like to join in, then post your recipe, linking back here and email me at nocroutonsrequired@googlemail.com. Include your name, blog, location and the name of your dish, with a link.

Entries must be in by the 20th of November.

If you followed last month's challenge over at Lisa's Kitchen, then you may want to hop over there to see who won.

9 comments:

  1. Good theme - I know you think hearty (and why not with winter on your doorstep) but I can think of a few excellent spring soups with noodles so hope to put something in

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  2. great idea! will be there for sure!

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  3. I actually crave a summer or spring salad in winter sometimes. So that would be great Johanna :)

    I look forward to seeing what you come with Arundathi :)

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  4. Noodles are the way to go for a hearty winter soup Holler:D

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  5. I am in the mood for noodles too Val.

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  6. Sounds like a great theme! But I've missed so many lately that I'd better not promise. . . though will do my best to participate! :)

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  7. That's ok Ricki, but I hope you do manage :)

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  8. This might seem like a dumb question considering your blog, but I'm new to the event, so does the soup have to be vegetarian?

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  9. Hey Kate, yes it is a vegetarian event, as both myself and Lisa are veggie, but we hope the recipes are always so good that they would tempt anyone :)

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