Thursday, October 6, 2011

MMmm...Mmmm Good!

Hello my dear friends!
Can I just say that you guys are the best.
Thank you so much for all your kind words of support and friendship.
I love being a part of a place where others just get it, ya know?
We understand how things go, we relate and we share.

Today I wanted to warm your hearts like you do mine so I wanted to pass along a delicious recipe that my friend Heather from At The Picket Fence shared last week.

It is the Pasta e Fagioli - Inspired by Olive Garden

AND

IT

IS

DELICIOUS!!!!

AND
you can use in the slow cooker!!!



Just click here to get and print out the recipe as well as see all the wonderful things that Heather and her sister Vanessa have, they are so sweet.


So when it starts to look like this out
(the gales of November are a bit early this year)





grab yourself a bowl of warm soup and relax by candle light or fire light and warm your heart and soul.

Thank you Heather for sharing this!!!!


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40 comments:

Tonya said...

Looks delicious! I love slow cooker recipes!! Beautiful pictures too by the way! Just a bit jealous! :) Have a wonderful day! We are wrapping things up for the wedding this weekend...its CRAZY around here!!

NanaDiana said...

Oh...I saw this and thought it looked wonderful! It is one I will try because I love those slow cooker recipes for busy days! xo Diana

Red Gate Farm said...

I printed that recipe last week and picked up the ingredients over the weekend... I was meaning to make it one night this week! Nothing like homemade soup on a blustery kind of day... or night!

~Chris

PS I love your candles and jars! I have jars like that in my pantry but I never thought of using the over sized jars for candles!

Sylvia said...

Dear Michelle ,
I have been trying for days to write a comment on your blog unsuccessfully ...I want to say how much I love the new look of your space and the music , one of my favorites , creates a special , romantic , relaxing mood ...I know these 'huh' day well , but I can see " today is a new day " ; Sharing experiences and emotions is the best way to help ourselves and others .
Enjoy life and stay happy !

At The Picket Fence said...

Oh! I feel so honored! I am so glad it turned out well for you and that you liked it!! That just makes my day. :) It truly is one of our favorite fall and winter recipes. So easy and it makes a TON! Thank you Michelle for the shout out and your sweet words about our blog and us sisters! Appreciate you so much!

Heather

Tammy@Beatrice Banks said...

Yum yum! Perfect recipe for fall. And I love anything you can throw in the slow cooker!

Robin said...

I have this on the menue for next week. I can't wait to try it.

beachside cottage Linda said...

Love those photos! Picture perfect!!!!!

Linda
beachside cottage

Rayanne said...

Oh this was a wonderfully warm post...in my heart, friendship through blogging, it's quiet "Lovely".
I'm so very glad I figured out what was wrong with me leaving comments, and yes it was me and not blogger. I have recently downloaded chrome, and until I figured out that I needed to use chrome to leave comments it wasn't working.Silly me!!
Have a warm weekend dear friend!
I will go check out your friends post...love, love,
Rayanne

YONKS said...

Oh Michelle,
Look what happened, I turn my back for a few days and all hell lets loose. I hope everything is getting back to normal for you now. Time to take a deep breath and relax.

Ahhhhhhhhhh - nice music.

A double Ahhhhhhhh - soup! Now you have hit a very vital nerve for me there. If I was on death row and asked what my last meal would be I wouldn't even have to think - SOUP!

My husband says, soup's not a meal - it's a drink, so we don't have it that often :-(
Blessings my dear friend!
Di
X

Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

Love your post! Your photo's are so beautiful and the soup goes so well. Looks like soup is needed!

michele said...

you're a doll. thanks so much since i always need menu ideas, and this sounds perfect. drooling in fact.

michele

Claudia said...

Hello,

Love your new blog header! Thank you for sharing this recipe....looks delicious.
Have a good weekend. Claudia

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

I'm just about to cook a huge pot of vegetarian chili for the weekend. And I turned on the heat for the first time!! This looks delicious. I love pasta, a lot!!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Michelle
Glad things are on the mend your way.. I must say I love seeing waves crashing around that light house.. fabulous.. nothing better than a stormy sea...

Have a great weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

Low Tide High Style said...

Oooh, another great fall recipe to try out! Your photos are beautiful, the wild water, the sky, the lighthouse...amazing!

Kat :)

An Island Mom said...

Love the lighthouse pictures! So beautiful. We aren't having soup weather here in Carolina yet, but that definitely looks good anyway.

Anita @ GoingALittleCoastal said...

We are not near the cool weather yet but he soup still looks yummy! My mom makes it. She sort of just throws it together. That's how she cooks! I may just give this one a try.

I love your new header. I know I'm late, but it looks great! Your photos are beautiful too.

Libbie said...

The music wa perfect with your photos! What a gorgeous windy day! I think I might be making soup next week myself :)

Sizzle and Zoom said...

Magnificent photos of the waves and the lighhouse.

clp said...

jolie...

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I wish i could but we are having 90 degree weather AGAIN TODAY! ENJOY YOURSELF DEAREST ONE! Anita

A Cottage Muse said...

Ok Michelle...did Jim call you? He has been hinting that he wants some nice hearty meals now that we will be home on the weekends from the campground. Hee Hee! Thanks for the recipe, I'll put it on the list!

Ryan said...

Great recipe! Will try it this fall.

Tricia @ A Rosy Note said...

Mmmm, looks delicious. I'd have to get a slow cooker first, though :)

koralee said...

You are the best..sending you oodles and oodles of weekend love. xoxo

Martina said...

Hmmm, would love a bowl pf hot soup near the ocean right now! Happy weekend to you!

Burlap Luxe said...

Thank you Michelle for your beautiful visits, but youy forgot to leave dinner :)

It is a beautiful visit over here, loving the piano music, food, and the sea...You header is perfect, peacefully perfect :)

see you soon
xoxo
Friends
walking the hem of the sea together
Cheers to your weekend and all that it inspires
~Dore

Loretta Fontaine (APPLESandRUBIES) said...

Michelle- I can just feel that cold breeze from the photos. Soup weather is great, and the heat from the stove (or crockpot!) when you simmer it a bonus, too.

We're very cold here. there's a big hole in the wall covered by just a tarp for the windowseat renovation. Brrrr....

Loretta

Robynne's Nest said...

Hi Michelle, thanks for dropping by my blog..I'm glad you enjoyed my squirrel story. I love your beach photos, they are stunning...they would look amazing blown up and mounted...perhaps in your new room that you are decorating...looking forward to seeing the finished result. Robx

Debbie said...

This DOES look good, Michelle!!
The pictures of the waves crashing over the pier are wonderful!!
You are so blessed to live so close to the big lake!
Hugs to you!!!!

Deborah said...

This looks so yummy and such a comforting food to curl up with!
Theres so many wonderful things to eat in this autumn season!
It is soooooo beautiful and warm here and I have been canoeing and down by the dock all weekend so far!
Wish you were here sweetie!!
Miss you and love you dearly xo

Deborah xoxoxoxoxoxo

Laura Trevey said...

Hi Michelle ~

Comfort food always helps, and that looks delicious...

Have a great start to your week ahead! xoxo

Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

mmmm, pasta e fagioli is my favorite thing to get at Olive garden. Sometimes they even give it to me for free because the kids meal comes with soup or salad and my kids won't eat either one. I'm excited I can make it at home now!
Your photos of the waves crashing against the lighthouse are really cool! I have always loved lighthouses!

A Vintage Vine said...

That image of the gales is beautiful! Hard to believe you guys are starting down that road already! Here in Tx. we are still battling heat!

Kelle Dame said...

Slow cooker?? Now that's what I'm talkin bout!! Thanks for sharing!
Have a great week!

Val said...

Just printed this recipe out and am so ready to make it....mmm

Melissah from Coastal Style said...

That looks delicious - I am going to have to try out that recipe before it gets too warm over here!
x
Melissah

Simone @ Doberman's by the Sea said...

Hello my dear, I love those ocean pics! I a m looking forward to eating hot soups during winter!

Rose West said...

So I had to stop by to say thanks for spreading the word about this recipe! I made it last night for Bible Study and I must say, I loved it! So delicious, and I love how easy it was. Perfect for fall weather too :)

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