Bonfire Night with a Warm Vegetable Soup

Bonfire Night with a Warm Vegetable Soup

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It looks like a fun night Bron. THe soup sounds delicious.

barbara — Tuesday 17th June 2008 12:18 am

i love your winter 08 header, bron!.... not to mention the soup looks fantastic and the photos are insanely great as usual!

amanda — Tuesday 17th June 2008 6:26 am

What a fun night out. I have always had a fascination with sparklers that stayed with me from my early childhood.

The way that grainy mustard sinks into the soup is certainly interesting...

Erin @ The Skinny Gourmet — Tuesday 17th June 2008 7:55 am

What a lovely fun time you guys had!!! Well done Bron. The soup sounds divine and I am going to make it. Made the other one you posted and it was delicious. I always have a few sparklers lying around my place as my 4yr old grandson has a total fascination for them and we use them to celebrate birthdays (stick them in the cake, light and then sing happy birthday!!) Your winter header is stunning!

Colleen — Tuesday 17th June 2008 9:42 am

Aren't sparklers so much fun?! Looks like you had a good time. The soup sounds like something that my family would love. Lovely photos.

EAT! — Thursday 19th June 2008 1:07 am

Hello Bron:

Thank your for your beautiful comment in my post Cake Saint Hornoré .
Your blog is so wonderful. The recipes very, very good. Best and whises.

Tartasacher — Thursday 19th June 2008 3:46 am

Oh Bron, that looks almost as much fun as your apple-picking day :) And I *love* the bowl that you served the soup in...

Jeanne — Thursday 19th June 2008 6:56 am

I didn't realise bonfire night was done in New Zealand. I'll take any excuse to watch a good fireworks display...your soup looks delicious.


jasmine — Thursday 19th June 2008 11:42 am

hey hey hey... nice headbanner, Bron! bonfire is heating up the chilly night. and it is just great enjoying soup in this weather.
btw, i am tagging you with music meme, just if you feel like to :)

arfi — Thursday 19th June 2008 2:37 pm

Bron, this sounds like a perfect night...being cozy with the family, good food, warmth, and sparklers! I imagine New Zealand to be a magical place from the bits that you share with us :) Happy Winter! I love the new banner!

p.s. please send me a bucket of snow for my poor-overheating self!

joey — Thursday 19th June 2008 3:55 pm

What a gret post Bron! It might be my French catching up but what is "a cup of billy tea"? Just by the sound of those pasties, I am hungry for your nana's! Have you ever posted the recipe?
The soup looks perfect for a cold night and your new header is beautiful!

Tartelette — Friday 20th June 2008 2:12 pm

This was such a heart-warming post.

Cynthia — Saturday 21st June 2008 4:46 pm

What a whimsical post this is, Bron. And I adore your new header.

Susan from Food Blogga — Monday 23rd June 2008 1:13 am

I so love grainy mustard on anything :)

Jeff — Monday 23rd June 2008 1:49 pm

Oh how fun! I haven't been to a bonfire in way too long! The soup looks wonderful!

Holly — Tuesday 24th June 2008 9:43 am

What a great combination of firey reds and orange soup!

littlem — Sunday 29th June 2008 5:17 pm

I love bonfires! And my birthday is Guy Fawkes day...

brilynn — Tuesday 1st July 2008 3:44 pm

What a lovely post, Bron. The soup looks wonderful--love the little captions--and the pictures of the fireworks are great!

Angela — Wednesday 16th July 2008 11:08 pm

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