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Soup's on at St Peter's. - 06/17/2013
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   Bread and Soup and St Peter's. At top, is the soup simmering away while Mass is on. Those in serving in the Sanctuary remarked on the aroma  all through Mass! On the left is the Creamy Carrot & Coconut Soup. On the right is the Butternut, Apple & Cinnamon Soup. In the middle, is my Olive Bread.   I live in Ballarat where winters are very cold and very damp.  We haven't had snow this winter but it is not unheard of.  I attend St Peter's Anglican Church in Sturt Street, Ballarat. It is Ballarat's oldest church and famous for its historic peal of bells.  Now that winter is officially here we have taken to having Bread and Soup after the 10 a.m. Mass.  Yesterday, it was my turn.  I am basically a vegetarian so I was looking for something a little different in the way of meatless soups and I came up with these two which turned out to be very popular - with some people coming back for seconds.  So let me tell you what I turned up.  You can follow the original recipes (to which I link)  to the letter, if you choose.  I tweaked mine.   Before I tell you the links and the tweaks, let me begin by saying that the basis of any soup meat-full or meat-less is a good stock.  This is the foundation on which the soup edifice is built.  Your basic stock can then be tweaked, modified, added to for a variety of wonderful soups.  Forty-eight hours ahead of my soup-making schedule, I made a huge a...

Soup's on at St Peter's.



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