Today’s Soup & Stories post is from Kathryn Whitaker who hangs her digital cowgirl hat at TeamWhitaker.org. Kathryn shares a recipe for “Tasty Soup,” one that earns her “Mom of the Year” award each time she dishes it up. . . . → Read More: A Mom of the Year Award-Worthy Recipe
If you’re a listener to the SonRise Morning Show on EWTN Radio, you’ll likely recognize the name of this Soup & Stories contributor, Rita Heikenfeld. Her weekly Bible Foods segments with Matt Swaim always enlighten. Rita shares her recipe for 30-minute spicy vegetable soup and throws in a bonus recipe for easy cheesy garlic bread. . . . → Read More: Cooking in the Fast Lane
Today’s Soup & Stories entry comes from fellow CatholicMom.com contributor Kelly Wahlquist. She shares a recipe for gazpacho, a soup I have never tried until today. It’s a winner, and I’m looking forward to sipping on this one tonight. Kelly, take it away … . . . → Read More: The Joy of Gazpacho
Today’s Soup & Stories entry is from our dear friend Kara Storey who provided the inspiration for the series. Kara walks down memory lane and recalls the time she brought her husband-to-be home for the first time when dinner with her parents didn’t go exactly as planned. Kara also shares her recipe for Taco Soup. . . . → Read More: What Are These Little Black Specks?
Today I kick off the Soup & Stories series with a recipe for Creamy Roasted Mushroom Soup, a dish one friend recently described as “transcendent.” Not sure about that, but it does get rave reviews wherever it goes. . . . → Read More: Today We Feast, Tomorrow We Fast
Highlights of a Lenten blog series we’ve got cooking here at Das Schmidt Haus called Soup & Stories. . . . → Read More: Soup and Stories: 40 Days, 40 Bowls of Soup
Sister Maria Assumpta walked up to the board and put up a basic compass shape. Rather than north, south, east, and west, she replaced them with Work, Rest, Play, and Pray. Very simply, she told us, “Your lives should always live in a balance with these four things. Welcome to my new series, “Pray, Work, Rest & Play,” where I share a bit about how we’re striving to incorporate an order, a “rule” of sorts, to our daily routine here at Das Schmidt Haus. A routine that organically involves prayer, work, rest, and play. . . . → Read More: Pray, Work, Rest & Play: The Inaugural Edition
My friend Dorian came up with an awesome link-up idea called “Pinisher” — a movement to get Pinterest-slackers like me to actually finish something I’ve pinned. How many of you have actually baked, crafted, decorated, repurposed, reused, bought, planned, played, etc. anything you’ve pinned? Really … all of you?! Well kudos and more power to you because this meme pretty much sums up my success with Pinterest. . . . → Read More: Go ahead, call me a Pinisher. I dare you!
Stick Figure Freeze Tag, Daddy-Daughter Dance, A Well-Read Mom, Radio Show Updates, Mushroom Soup & Two Urgent Prayer Requests . . . → Read More: 7 Quick Takes
A bunch of miscellany and stuff just too impossible to categorize courtesy Das Schmidt Haus! . . . → Read More: 7 Quick Takes