2nd Annual #SoupaPalooza Linkup and Giveaways

Cheryl from TidyMom and I have been anxiously awaiting this day. The 2nd Annual SoupaPalooza Linkup Party is finally here!

Last year we were amazed at the large collection of soups shared with us during our first SoupaPalooza. We know that this year will be even bigger and better and can’t wait to see the soups you share!

A bigger and better SoupaPalooza means even bigger and better prizes from great sponsors!

Share your favorite soup recipe for a chance to win!

A special thanks to KitchenAid, Red Star Yeast and Le Creuset for providing these great prizes for SoupaPalooza!

So many great prizes from some truly great sponsors!

Participating in SoupaPalooza is simple! Here’s how:

How to Participate in SoupaPalooza

Required:

1.  Write and post a recipe on your blog featuring a soup, stew, chili, or chowder. (Your post can be an old post…just PLEASE be sure to link back AND follow #2 below).

2.  IncludeCome join SoupaPalooza at TidyMom and Dine and Dish sponsored by KitchenAid, Red Star Yeast and Le Creusetin your blog post. (You MUST include this in your posts to be eligible for prizes.)

3. Add your link to your soup post to the widget on either TidyMom or Dine and Dish (Cheryl and I have the same widget code, so only add it on one site) and leave a comment letting us know you linked up. The great news is you can link up to TWO soups!

4.  Don’t have a blog? No problem! Simply leave your recipe or a link to your favorite soup recipe in the comments section of either Dine & Dish or TidyMom during the week of the SoupaPalooza party (Feb 28 – March 5, 2012)

Extra Entries:

  • We’d love your help spreading the word about Soupapalooza through  Twitter and Instagram. (leave a separate comment on either blog letting us know you’d done this.)

Sample Tweet: Join @DineandDish & @TidyMom for #Soupapalooza  Share your recipes (and WIN) here: http://tidymom.net or http://dineanddish.net Pls RT

Instagram photo’s of your soup or of you making your soup using the hashtag #shotofsoup and/or #soupapalooza

  • Follow Kristen and TidyMom on Pinterest (leave a comment letting us know)  and be sure to check out the #Soupapalooza 2012 Pinterest Board

Simple enough, right?  We will keep the linky open through Monday March 5th. Winners will be announced the following week .  All winners with a valid entry will be selected at random using random.org. Winners will be emailed and they will have 48 hours to claim their prize.   Giveaways  available to U.S. residents only. Thanks for participating!

Disclaimer: Thank you to KitchenAid, Red Star Yeast and Le Creuset for providing compensation and prizes for Soupapalooza. As always, all opinions expressed are my own.

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m loving this whole concept.
    I love soups and stews, one can never have enough recipes for soup!
    I just added my Knockwurst Split Pea Soup. Hope to add one more by the end of this project. Thanks.

  2. Dena Hamlin says

    My blog is long dead but here is my favorite quick and easy but so ridiculously tasty potato soup recipe.

    CROCK POT POTATO SOUP
    8-10 medium potatoes, peeled and diced
    1 small onion, chopped
    1/2 pound bacon, crisped, drained, and crumbled
    1 (8 oz) pkg. cream cheese, softened
    3 (14.5 oz) cans chicken broth or 1 lg. boxed container of broth
    1 can cream of chicken soup
    1/4 tsp. pepper
    (I usually add 1 tsp or so of dried oregano as well to taste and a bay leaf or two)

    Put the potatoes, onion, and bacon in the crock pot.
    I like to cook my bacon first, then carmelize the onions in the bacon fat and add all that delicious flavor on into the crock
    Combine the other ingredients (cream cheese, chicken broth, chicken soup, pepper) in a large bowl and whisk together.

    Add the mixture to the crock pot, and cook on low for 8-10 hours or high for 4-5 hours (time will vary depending upon your crock. Mine never takes this long.)

    Near the end of cooking, pour about 1/3 of the soup into the blender or use an immersion blender, and mix it. This helps the soup to thicken up. *Don’t skip this step! The soup will look runny and chunky, but you pop some of it in the blender and you will have this gorgeous thick soup!*

    Variations:
    -Add some cheese, or substitute the cream of chicken soup for cheese soup
    -Add corn or other veggies to make chowder

    Top with crumbled bacon bits, sour cream and chives or green onions, if desired

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