Countdown to 2013: Best Soups, Stews, & Bread Recipes

2012 - Best Recipes - Stews, Soups, Breads This last week of 2012, I’m excited to be joining with Sara from Finding Joy in My Kitchen (along with many others), in counting down to 2013 with a look back at some of our favorite Carpe´ Season recipes from the past year.
Each day will have favorites from a different category:

Wednesday – Breakfast
Thursday – Soups, Stews, and Bread Recipes
Friday – Main Dish Recipes
Saturday – Snacks & Appetizers
Sunday – Desserts
Monday – Reader Favorites  

Here we are today with some of our favorite warm-up soups and stews…and what’s funny about looking back is that you realize that you have a slight obsession with squash soups…and anything with coconut curry in it. Scroll down for some delicious homemade bread recipes as well!

#6. Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread 
(I started out the year determined to find a go-to whole wheat bread recipe that I could make at home for sandwiches…and then I had a baby, and only tried 2 different recipes. This one may just be the one I end up on, though, since it’s so easy and good and sandwichable!)


#5. Whole Wheat Oatmeal Bread (great for serving with your Sunday dinner)

#4. Easy French Bread

#3. Thai-Spiced Squash Soup


#2. Red Lentil Coconut Curry Soup

#1. Coconut Curry Squash Soup with Wild Rice & Apples

Coconut Curry Squash Soup

Be sure to head on over to Finding Joy in My Kitchen today to see tons of other great breakfast recipes from 2012…and check back the rest of the week for more of our favorites!

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3 thoughts on “Countdown to 2013: Best Soups, Stews, & Bread Recipes

  1. Coconut-based soups have been a favorite lunch for me this year…I need to make one for my blog! They are just so creamy, rich, and comforting without being too heavy and fatty. My personal hangover cure is a big bowl of chicken curry noodle soup from a takeout place near my apartment…it’ll fix ya right up.

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