Simple Soup Recipe

During these cold winter days we could all use a go-to quick and easy soup recipe.  Soup keeps for a few days which makes it an ideal leftover staple.  It’s soothing, it warms your bones, and with a crusty loaf of bread it makes a perfect winter lunch or dinner.  What’s not to love?

My family goes nuts over my creamy cauliflower soup and  it’s really a snap to make! Click the photo above to follow the recipe…

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The Katie Brown Workshop wants to hear! Let me know about your winning soup recipes here

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    Several years ago you published a recipe for chicken breasts that my grandchildren LOVED. After two moves I lost the recipe. It called for chicken breasts, garlic, butter and a little brown sugar. That’s all I remember! Can you share the recipe again?? I sure wish you had a show on the cooking network!

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