Soup Recipes and DIY from The Hearth and Soul Link Party

A warm welcome to The Hearth and Soul Link Party, where this week the features are delicious soup recipes and creative DIY projects.

Soup Recipes and DIY from the Hearth and Soul Link Party where you are invited to share blog posts about anything that feeds your soul
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I really can’t believe that it’s the May Day Bank Holiday here in England this coming weekend. Where has the time gone? Having said that, I’m all for a long weekend! I’m looking forward to some time in the kitchen. I may try out our featured soup recipes! I’ll definitely be doing some baking – including these tasty, healthy, seasonal muffins –

Zucchini Lemon and Chia Seed Muffins on AprilJHarris.com

My Zucchini Lemon and Chia Seed Muffins taste so good, your family won’t realise they are good for them!

I’ll also be doing some cooking ahead so I can relax and enjoy the weekend. This recipe is a real keeper –

Short Ribs in a Sweet and Spicy Sauce Made in the Slow Cooker

Not only are my easy Short Ribs in a Sweet and Spicy Sauce made in the slow cooker, they are a fantastic make-ahead meal. In fact, I think they taste even better a couple of days after you make them.

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Soup Recipes and DIY Features

Soup Recipes and DIY from the Hearth and Soul Link Party where you are invited to share blog posts about anything that feeds your soul

From left to right, clockwise:-

Rich and tasty White Cheddar Broccoli Potato Soup from Sumptuous Spoonfuls

Comforting and wholesome Black Bean and Sausage Soup from Nancy On The Home Front

Make a Bouquet with Super Easy DIY Yarn Flowers from The (mis)Adventures of a Born Again Farm Girl

Frugal and pretty DIY in A Quick Furniture Rescue from Jenny Louise Marie

Decorating inspiration with a Spring Porch in Central Florida from Comfort Spring Station

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April is a food, lifestyle and travel writer who lives in Berkshire, England. She shares inspiration, tips and trends for anyone who loves food, cooking, entertaining, fashion, travel and the finer things in life at her blog, AprilJHarris.com.
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Comments

  1. April, thank you for hosting and for helping me get the word out about my fab tea/teapot/shortbread giveaway! I’d love to have one of your muffins today with my tea, but I’m staying out of the kitchen today!

  2. Thanks for featuring my Sausage and Black Bean Soup, it’s such a delicious soup for a chilly day! Thanks for hosting too April!
    – Nancy ( Nancy On The Home Front )

  3. Thank you for another great party!
    many greetings to you and yours
    Uwe

  4. Love your muffins. This week my recipe comes from Kashmir and feeds my soul. Sure, you like it!
    Have a nice week.

  5. Thanks for featuring my spring porch. Have a great week!

  6. Thank you for hosting. Have a lovely week!

  7. Hi April!
    Your short rib recipe looks so good! I will definitely give it a try! Thanks for hosting the party.
    Helen

  8. Enjoy your long weekend!

  9. That White Cheddar Broccoli Potato Soup looks so good!

    Have a great week April!

  10. April, I just love a good soup paired with a yummy muffin for a light yet hearty lunch. And any of the featured soup recipes would be fantastic with your muffins! This week, I am sharing my Roasted Honey-Dijon Salmon with Fresh Herbs which would be lovely to serve for upcoming Mother’s Day and graduation celebrations. Hope you are having a wonderful week and as always, thank you for all you do!

  11. Hi April, these zucchini, lemon and chia seed muffins are tempting, I will check the recipe.
    Thanks for hosting the lovely party. Today I am sharing my 100th post with you.

  12. Those soup recipes sound really good!! It has been rainy this week and will continue through the weekend. That’s not typical for us because we live in a semi-desert! Warm soups will really hit the spot!

  13. April, I came back today with my classic deviled (devilled) eggs. Was wondering if they are popular in England.

    • Hi Jean, I look forward to your recipe as we love all kind of devilled eggs 🙂 In my experience, folks in England don’t know about devilled eggs, but they love them when they try them! I make my late Mom’s recipe every year for our Christmas cocktail party and they disappear so fast. In fact, last year I made 3 dozen eggs worth 🙂 People even ask if I’m going to make them for the party year to year. So between both our recipes, I think we can definitely make them popular over here 😉 Have a lovely weekend!

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