I'm heading to my daughters house today to make three different kinds of soup for our traditional family soup supper the night before Thanksgiving. It all started years ago as a way to get together when my sister from Ohio came in AND we thought we would be eating light by having soup. Well, all of the sisters (4) plus my Mom brought a pot of soup. We would also have bread and crackers. Then we added side salads and desserts. Of course, you had to try a bit of everybody's soup and there were the traditional favorites. I think you know where I am going with this.......we actually ate more than we had ever intended. But the tradition lives on. My son-in-law was saddened at the thought of no soup supper this year, as my out of town Sister decided not to make the trip. He obviously had his heart set on the Reuben soup..... I then volunteered to take the soup supper on the road and dive to their home 40 miles away and include all of Michael's family in our soup supper tradition. We will have homemade beef noodle soup, reuben soup, tortellini an chicken wild rice soup with sides and desserts, along with homemade rolls.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the very best Thanksgiving with family or friends or both. Even if you will be by youself, in your heart you will be with those you love. Thank you for following my blog and leaving comments. I love your comments and would really enjoy hearing from all of you.