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I just added dates to the patterns under "Links to my patterns" so you will know where to find the tutorials that go with them. Please find the tutorials under the year, month and day listed next to the pattern listed. Thanks and enjoy! If you have any questions please feel free to write me at the address in my profile.

Remember these are my own patterns that I drew the patterns for and wrote the tutorials for. I offer these patterns for free for you to make for yourself, as gifts, or even to sell BUT please do NOT claim my patterns as your own or put them on your website. You may put a link to my site on your website. Please be respectful. You would want the same respect for your patterns. Thank you. God bless.

Monday, September 19, 2011

From the Prewitt Kitchen--Salmon Soup!!

Fall is here and now is the time for wonderful, home-made soups!  
And I have just the thing for you that is very healthy and will warm you!
Here are a couple of soups I am sure you will enjoy!

Salmon Soup

Serves 4

In a large sauce pan melt a 1/2 a stick of butter and stir in 1/4 of a green pepper, 1/4 of a red sweet bell pepper, one celery stick, 1 large carrot all chopped.  Cook until soft then stir in 8 to 10 fresh tomatoes, washed and cut up and 1/2 cup frozen peas.  Cook until it is a bit soft.  Sprinkle in garlic and salt and pepper to taste.  Add a touch of cayenne pepper.

Put all ingredients into a blender and blend for about 1 minute.  There may be some chunks and that is ok.  Return to pan and add 4 ounces of Jarlsberg or Swiss cheese grated and 1/2 cup cream.

In the meantime broil 1/4 pound of salmon until golden brown, about 10 to 15 minutes.  Discard any skin.  Chunk up and put in soup.  Heat through and serve hot!   MMMMMM Good!!  Enjoy!!



Here is a variation of the salmon soup.  This is just a bit different and with no meat.
 Red Corn Chowder Soup
 Makes 4 servings
In a large sauce pan melt 1/2 stick of butter and saute 1/4 green pepper, 1/4 red sweet pepper, 8 to 10 cut up fresh tomatoes.  Sprinkle with garlic powder and with salt and pepper to taste.  Sprinkle with cayenne pepper.  Saute until peppers are soft then blend in blender  for about 1 minute.  It may still have chuncks and that is ok.
 Return to sauce pan and add 1-1/2 cups of corn.  You can use frozen.  I had some corn on the cob left over and I cut the corn off and used that.  Yummy!!
Add 1 cup of cheddar cheese, grated and 1/2 cup of cream.  Heat through and serve.  OH MY but this was yummy!!!  Enjoy!
 

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Dates Added

I just added dates to the patterns under "Links to my patterns" so you will know where to find the tutorials that go with them. Please find the tutorials under the year, month and day listed next to the pattern listed. Thanks and enjoy! If you have any questions please feel free to write me at the address in my profile.

Remember these are my own patterns that I drew the patterns for and wrote the tutorials for. I offer these patterns for free for you to make for yourself, as gifts, or even to sell BUT please do NOT claim my patterns as your own or put them on your website. You may put a link to my site on your website. Please be respectful. You would want the same respect for your patterns. Thank you. God bless.

Pre-Op for Sweaters and Shrugs

This "Pre-Op for Sweaters and Shrugs" is to help you with sizing. There is a place for arm length, body length, wrist size---every thing you need to keep track of to make my sweaters and shrugs. The download button is on the right. You can copy off as many as you need sweaters and shrugs for. If you have any questions about this please let me know and I will try to help.