Thursday, March 11, 2010

Turkey Noodle Soup and Gollum's Corn Muffins

Part of my post this week is a recipe from our favorite foodie herself, Michael at Designs by Gollum. Be sure to visit her blog to see what's cooking on the farm this week, and to see the list of other participants.

Even though the weather is turning warmer, we still love soup at our house. Hubby has been making deep-fried turkeys for us a lot and I've been using the leftovers for turkey noodle soup...yum! A good soup is perfect with Gollum's Bacon and Chive Corn Muffins. You can find the recipe HERE.

Lately I've been serving soup in covered sugar bowls that resemble miniature tureens. This one is Johnson Brothers Old Britain Castles.


  1. Tammy, that looks lovely- I love using small tureens and think it makes the guests (or family) feel special. Great post
    xoxo Pattie and Allie

  2. Love your covered soup bowls. I have never seen anything like that, Tammy. Lovely photography too!

  3. Tammy, that really looks delicious, and I love the fact that you made Gollum's muffins to accompany that delicious soup! Love your soup turreens and cute lidded bowl, too! :-)

    Happy FF to you...


    Sheila :-)

  4. Oh, Tammy, this is so beautiful. What a great idea to use the little sugar bowls as individual tureens. I'm so glad you are enjoying the muffins! I looked high and low today for bee stuff. The ladies at the antique mall said they were supposed to get a whole bunch of bee things and the shipment didn't arrive. They were very upset as their open house is this weekend. If the bees arrive, I will let you know.

  5. Looks wonderful, Tammy. I also love love love the tureens! Beautiful.

  6. Tammy, Red transferware is so beautiful and your tureen is fabulous! Any soup in that would taste better!

  7. My goodness, what a great idea to use a covered sugar dish as a mini tureen. I love this idea!

  8. I do love the Johnson Bros. dishes. I have a huge set of Friendly Village which I use for Thanksgiving. tureen. That's gorgeous! And filled with some turkey noodle soup? Divine!

  9. What a great idea using covered sugar bowls. Very clever of you as always! I haven't tried Gollum's Bacon and Chive Corn Muffins. They do sound good. Have a great week:)


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