New Winter Soups

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By The Paula Deen Test Kitchen

Stay warm this winter with a bowl of one or two of these brand new hearty soups! Pull up a seat and wrap yourself up in a cozy blanket while you enjoy one of these homemade soups. They’re so easy and affordable to prepare, and make plenty to save some for later too. So whether you’re watching the snow falling outside your window, listening to logs crack in your fireplace, or just imagining you were home during your office lunch hour, we know that these soups will warm you up- inside and out!

Eat some now, or save it for later. Learn how to stretch a meal and your dollar with these basic food freezing tips!

Warm up a bowl of comfort!

             
  • Sweet Potato and Date Soup

                   

    A different kind of potato soup!

                 

             

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    Yellow Squash and Ham Soup

                   

    Here’s a new approach to all of that leftover holiday ham.

                 

             

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    Hearty Beef and Noodle Soup

                   

    A beefy soup that will keep you warm and full!

                 

             

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    Butter Bean Soup

                   

    A new favorite soup that you’ll want to make over and over.

                 

             

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    Lemon Tarragon Chicken Soup

                   

    A flavorful recipe that’s so easy to make.

                 

             

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    Speedy Veggie Chili

                   

    Need a hearty chili on the go? Look no further!

                 

             

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    Turkey Minestrone

                   

                 

             

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Hope Paula gets back on television in the NEAR future (2014). I always enjoyed watching her shows.

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By Kay Simmons-Patsch on January 19, 2014

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Forgot to let you know we love your cookware. We have the set in red. Actually this is our second set. We wore out several of the first set. Thank you and we love you and your family.

By Judith Miller on January 03, 2014

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Where could I find the recipe for the soup in the bottom right hand corner or this photo? New Winter Soups

By Lorraine Rossi on January 03, 2014

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Looks so so good can't wait to try them all.

By Anonymous on January 03, 2014

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I am looking for loaded baked potato soup. Do you have such a recipe?

By betty on January 03, 2014

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Paula is one great lady she has a great family love her so glad she is on facebook would love to meet her in person

By diana on December 30, 2013

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I really miss watching the Food Network, as I haven't watched the station since they took your show off. I have prayed for you and your family during this time for you. I know that you are a strong person and will surely come through. Keep up the good work and I will look forward to seeing you on TV once again. Have a "Happy New Year" Debbie Higgens

By Debbie Higgens on December 27, 2013

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I made bobby's goulash for my mom, dad, husband and 3 kids. They LOVED it! It is now the only goulash they want. My very very picky niece even liked it! Thanks for sharing that! Its definitely a family favorite now!

By teresa on December 27, 2013

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Love all your recipes, want to thank you and your sons for there recipes, hope to see you on the air again soon it's not the same without you miss your homestyle cooking. God Bless you and your family.

By Manuel Gonzalez on December 27, 2013

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I LOVE PAULA DEEN and the WHOLE DEEN FAMILY. There are down to earth people, I sure wish I could meet them, But I know that ain't gonna happen. So if I could get a picture of the whole family even Brook and Jack. I REALLY LOVE LOVE it. GOD BLESS YOU AND LOVE YOU ALL. WANDA HOUCHIN

By Wanda Houchin on January 17, 2011

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By Anonymous on January 15, 2011

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Paula, I just want to say you and your family are so beautiful inside and out. I just love you cookware and all the receipts. Would love to come to one of your shows. You are awesome!!! Never stop smiling! Joye

By JOYE KIMBRELL on January 10, 2011

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Thank you, Lisa.

By Christine on January 07, 2011

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Hi everyone. That soup is Turkey Minestrone.

By Lisa the Admin on January 07, 2011

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I'm also wanting the recipe for the soup with the ditalini in it. I hope my comment is posted this time. Love you, Paula and your family.

By Christine on January 07, 2011

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I would like to know what the soup is on the bottom right and would like the recipe. It looks really good! Thank You, Mary

By Mary on January 07, 2011

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On your e-mail newsletter, you show the winter soups including one with Ditalini pasta, beans and possibly chicken and zuccini? But when you click on the link for winter soups, that soup is not shown. I would like the recipe, please, if you have it. Thank you.

By Barbara Ricalzone on January 06, 2011

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I'm also wanting the recipe for the soup with the dilatani in it.

By Anonymous on January 06, 2011

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hey paula i love all your yummy food and your a great lady.i watch your shows all the time.your a beautiful woman.i would love to meet you some day, what kind of nice valentine dinner can you suggest i can make for my hubie? love ya susan..

By susan jaynes on January 06, 2011

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