Looking for wholesome, nourishing holiday dishes to serve both smiles and health to your loved ones?
I and a few of my favorite bloggers are teaming up to share our favorite Whole Foods for the Holidays. Starting today with soups, we'll take turns hosting a real food progressive dinner. Here's more information about the real food progressive dinner, including the schedule.
Real Food Progressive Dinner: Soups
To participate, make a soup post on your blog. (You can use an older post, too.) Make sure your soup post includes a link to this post. Then add your post to the Linky Tools box (below). Thumbnails come automatically from your blog post, or you can upload a special one. Leave a comment on this post and then visit the other posts that are linked up. The linky will be open into December, so feel free to come back later and add soups, too. Thanks, all!
Don't have a blog? Share a nourishing soup recipe in the comments!
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Feel free to use either of these images in your soup post. Right-click (or command-click on Mac) and save to your computer. Then upload to your blog as usual.
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just 15 minutes of hands-on time!
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Bible-based cooking program...
...yet it's GOOD for you?
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