With the cold weather upon us, we begin to crave comfort foods and hot soups.

Thanksgiving turkey is all gone by now, but I still have my homemade soup stock (frozen) from the turkey carcass which I cooked last Friday.

If you are tossing out the carcass from your roasted chicken or turkey, you are wasting a great base for a soup stock.


Today I made some sauerkraut soup from the Thanksgiving turkey soup stock, which my husband and I really enjoy on a cold day, accompanied by a piece of crusty bread.

If you indeed tossed out the leftover turkey carcass, you can use chicken broth or beef broth to make your favorite soup.


Homemade Broccoli Cheese Soup.


Homemade Corn Potato Chowder.


Ukrainian Mushroom and Vegetable soup.


Deliciously creamy Tomato Soup.


Ukrainian Red Beet Borscht, quick and easy recipe.

Cabbage and Sausage soup

Hearty Cabbage and Sausage soup.


My husband’s favorite soup – French Onion Soup.


Soups are not only filling and delicious, but they are also known for their healing powers, as listed in this article.

Here you have it, all in a nut shell….lots of delicious soup recipes for you to try and enjoy.

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2 Responses

  1. Marilyn

    December 5th, 2013 at 9:13 am


    Thank you for this.. all the soups in one corner so to say!!

  2. Suburban Grandma

    December 12th, 2013 at 10:16 pm


    You are most welcome. I thought it would be helpful to have links in one post to all the soup posts I have so far, rather than searching for them separately.
    Thank you for stopping by, and for your comment.

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