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January 2022 Recipe Swap


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Thank you everyone that made suggestions for swap themes for this year!  I appreciate your input.

This month's recipe theme is Soups, Stews and Chilis.  I don't know about you but I love to make a big pot of soup and enjoy it for a few days, especially in the winter!  I love cooking them low and slow in a stock pot or crock pot.  I cannot wait to see your favorite recipes.  I have a new one I want to try out, hopefully it turns out so I can share it with you.  

To participate in the Recipe Swap, please email your 4"x6" high resolution (300 dpi saved a high quality - (1200 x 1800 pixel) Recipe Card to sg.sodscrap@gmail.com by MIDNIGHT, Monday, January 31, 2022.

Each month you submit a recipe you will receive a $2 gift certificate.  If you submit a recipe each month during the quarter you will receive a $5 gift certificate.  And, if you participate each month all year, at the end of the year you will receive a $15 gift certificate!

  • PLEASE REMEMBER THIS: It is easiest for me if you use your name or user name + the Recipe name (SodScrap_YummyFood) as the file name on your recipe. (I may change it to make it easier for me to track if you don't.)
  • You are welcome to submit more than one recipe. Please do!
  • Please post your recipe in the Recipe Card Gallery and post a link in this thread.
  • After I have compiled the recipes, you will receive a link to download the recipe cards from all our participants. You must send in a card to get the link!  Please remember the link is active for 7 days.
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3 minutes ago, LindaH57 said:

Perfect Swap given some of us are digging out from our second round of snow this week...lol.

It’s been crazy out East!!!   Warm up with a pot of soup.  😊

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I think I know which one I will do as it is one I cook often that was in my mother's recipe book. 

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Here is Turnip Soup. This recipe is from my father-in-law, who used to have a HUGE garden. I remember I used to tell my kids it was potato soup when they were little, because just saying the word "turnip" made them turn up their noses. But seriously, this soup is surprisingly delicious with really simple ingredients.

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3 hours ago, Celestine said:

Here is Turnip Soup. This recipe is from my father-in-law, who used to have a HUGE garden. I remember I used to tell my kids it was potato soup when they were little, because just saying the word "turnip" made them turn up their noses. But seriously, this soup is surprisingly delicious with really simple ingredients.

I know what you mean about turnips. I actually love them but never thought I would until I tried them, LOL.

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On 1/8/2022 at 5:37 PM, Florida granny said:

I know what you mean about turnips. I actually love them but never thought I would until I tried them, LOL.

Marrying into my husband's family had me trying all kinds of vegetables I never had growing up, including turnips. They have so many sometimes that my FIL just slices them up to serve on salad or in a veggie tray. Mild and crunchy, yum. I like them better than radishes. 

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23 hours ago, Celestine said:

Marrying into my husband's family had me trying all kinds of vegetables I never had growing up, including turnips. They have so many sometimes that my FIL just slices them up to serve on salad or in a veggie tray. Mild and crunchy, yum. I like them better than radishes. 

I am not sure I have ever had a cooked turnip??  Seems we grew them in the garden when I was young and ate them raw with salt?

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This is a recipe my mother had in her recipe book and she often cooked it. I also make it a lot of times as it is nice and tasty.  Savoury Chops

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hey Ladies!  Yummy recipes so far!  There is still time to get a card in for this month's swap!  I've responded to all recipe cards received.  :)  

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