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Issue 7 - December 24, 2020

Family Means Everything

Family members
Are the people who
Make life worth living.
In good times and bad,
Love them first and last because
Your family means everything.
—Kelly Roper

It's the holiday season, Soupers! Despite the fact that 2020 proved to be an unpredictable and challenging year, it was also a year that not only showed us who we are, but it also showed us who we can become. We have a long road ahead in 2021, but I'm so optimistic. I hope that you are, too. I believe that as long as we have family (it doesn't matter how your family comes to be) we can get through all the difficult times together.

You are our family and we love you! If it’s a difficult time for you, come and be with  us! Once again, in these extraordinary times, please, let's think of others, be extraordinarily empathetic to those who are suffering everywhere, and generous to those far less fortunate.

Warmest Season's Greetings from our family to yours!


In This Issue ...

By Carolyn Moncel

Vegetable Romanesco Soup

Looking for a new star to add to your holiday meal line up? We're putting all of our money on this Vegetable and Romanesco Soup! This one is awesome and chock full of chard, zucchini, snow peas and a wee bit of sausage and bacon, if you'd like. If you don't want it for dinner, it makes a delicious and filling lunch to tide you over while cooking your evening Christmas meal. Give it a try!. Read more
By Eryn Barber

Say ‘No’ to Dry Turkey: Three Ways to Flavour Up

What can ruin a Christmas dinner faster than a cake left out in the rain? A dry turkey! Simply Souperlicious contributing writer, Eryn Barber says ‘no’ to dry turkey. Whether you rest it, wrap it or season it, she shows you three ways to flavour up and enjoy your Christmas Eve or Day bird. Read more
By Tayla Blaire

The Twelve Meatless Dishes of Christmas Eve

How does a Canadian/Ukrainian Christmas Eve Meal taste? Simply Souperlicious' Tayla Blaire shares some of her husband's favourite family treats Read more
By Bev Perkins

Nose-to-tail Eating – Really?

If you’re going to eat an animal, then why not eat all of it? says Simply Souperlicious Chef, Bev Perkins. If you’re a carnivore or a pescatarian, she argues that nutritional value can be found in all parts of animals. What’s more she posits what most Eastern cultures have known for centuries: that nose-to-tail eating is also a sustainable form of food consumption. Read more
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