The Hearth and Soul Hop

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A warm welcome to The Hearth and Soul Hop, the blog hop for recipes that share food from the hearth to feed your soul, as well as articles about healthy living, real food, slow food, foraging, herbal remedies, local food, sustainable food, organics, gardening or any healthy eating information written in a positive and loving light.

Thank you to everyone who shared posts last week. Highlights from my visits to hop contributors include some serious comfort food:

Spicy Ham and Bean Soup

Spicy Ham and Bean Soup from Happy in Dole Valley

Pork Marsala

Pork Marsala from Coping with Frugality

disheveled joseph - lentil sloppy joe

Slightly Disheveled Joseph from Aunt B on a Budget

Please link posts that clearly fit The Hearth and Soul Mission using the linky tools below.

Link directly to your post, not to your home page. Please link back to one of the hop hosts – through text link or a badge – within your linked post.

The hop hosts include:

Alea of Premeditated Leftovers

Judy of Savoring Today

Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen

and me, April of The 21st Century Housewife.

The linky will stay open from 6pm Monday Eastern Daylight Time to midnight Thursday Eastern Standard Time. Please share the hop badge below to help promote the hop.

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Article by April Harris

April has written 1259 great articles for us.
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, Thanks so much for featuring my spicy ham and bean soup! I hope your readers enjoy it as much as my family did. 🙂 ~Lisa

  2. Thank you, April!

  3. Thanks for hosting April! The Granny Plan is moving on to the first steps in building a real food pantry. In keeping with the pantry theme we have strategies to reduce food costs … stuff like thinking of your food in categories. Also I’m sharing my simple summer side dish of raw tomatoes. Food doesn’t need to fancy or difficult to be nutritious!

  4. Hi April,
    I am bringing a little Breath of Spring from Texas today. Hope you have a great week and thanks for hosting.
    Miz Helen

  5. Hi April! I’ve brought a salad to the party this week! I don’t really feel much like partying at the moment though having just read about how all those people suffered in Boston. Very Sad.

  6. Hello April, I am sharing my recipe for Amaretto Apple Pancakes. This recipe is gluten free, but can be made using “normal” ingredients if you don’t have an issue with gluten.
    Thank you for hosting!

  7. Thanks for another great party! 🙂

  8. Thank you so much for the feature! I am honored. This week I linked up my Sweet Garlic Chicken Lettuce Wraps.

  9. hello all fellow linker uppers!

    thanks for hosting April! – this week i’ve linked up my (politically incorrect?) quinoa egg dish. delish, nutrish, and possibly a terrible idea.

    i hope to see you and your readers at the wednesday fresh foods link up this week – she’s live!

    thanks again!! xo!

  10. Thank you for hosting again! I’m sharing 2 posts:

    1. DIY Herbal Shampoo- Part of the Toxic Free DIY Mini Series, you’ll learn how to easily make your own herbal shampoo!
    http://www.healthyrootshappysoul.com/2013/04/toxic-free-diy-mini-series-herbal.html

    2. Trekking Across Country w/a 2 Year old: My long journey from Tampa, FL to San Francisco, CA with my inlaws and toddler plus my disgusting food experiences. I couldn’t wait to have my fridge in walking distance!
    http://www.healthyrootshappysoul.com/2013/04/trekking-across-country-with-2-year-old.html

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