Sunday, September 21, 2008

Soups of the Day

Last night (Sat) our ward had a Fall Harvest Party. Everyone was asked to bring a crock-pot soup or a dessert made with fall fruit like apples or peaches. Mom made her famous "Senate Bean Soup," and some applesauce bread with chocolate drizzled on the top.

When we arrived at the party, we found out that they were serving the soup in bread bowls. They had a mountain of them! Mom and I each tried a couple of different soups, and of course some desserts. All of the food was very good. The turnout was pretty good, but they had purchased so many large rolls for bread bowls that they had boxes and boxes left over. We took a whole box home! We kept some and gave the rest to Doug and Marnie.

Tonight we had-your guessed it- soup again, and it was even better, because it had a lot of time for the flavors to blend in well.

I really hope that all is well with all of our family members, and that you too are able to have fun times with your ward families. We really do appreciate being here in Rexburg, making many new friends, working in the Temple and just enjoying life!

We really enjoy your blogs, and read them often. Keep up the good work!

Love, Dad and Mom

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