Sunday, September 14, 2008

Lentil Soup

This is a recipe I got from my mom and she got it from my dad's mom. What I like about it is it's easy, healthy, cheap and it's a recipe that's easy to have all the ingredients on hand. Even my kids like it...Madi can't get enough of it.




1 bag of lentils
1 pkg Jimmy Dean sausage; cooked
3 bay leaves
1 onion chopped
salt and pepper to taste



Mix all ingredients in a large pot with 10 cups of water. Heat to almost a boil and then simmer for 1 1/2 hours. We like to eat bread and butter with our soup.

Tonight I made a page for our scrapbook. I LOVE Halloween and 2005 was one of my favorites. My kids had so much fun and I loved every minute of it. We all enjoyed making this spooky gingerbread house you can see in these pictures. I will have to look for one this year.



8 comments:

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Shannon said...

Such a cute scrapbook page!!

Kristi said...

That soup sounds great! I have been on the look out for some new soup recipes to try this fall and I'm definitely putting this one on my list to make.

Cute page too!

Amber M. said...

Yummy soup! I bet my kids would even like it because of the sausage.

Your "Chickens Thru the Year" are in the mail, girl! Tony's TDY this week so I'm going to start them ASAP.

Missing you!

Our Complete Family said...

Darline scrapbook page and yummy soup recipe! I remember you making that for lunch for us in Germany one time. Mmm, Mmm GOOD STUFF! Are you making scrapbooks for each kiddo with this page or a family one? Help~ I'm not sure what to do with mine! Heck, I'm so far behind I'm not even up to date on Bryce's since he was 3 anyways. What am I talking about?!? ;) Love ya, L

Nicole said...

Your scrapbook page is darling. The soup sounds wonderful.

Everyday Gourmet said...

That looks so good. Now I know how I can use the lentils in the cubbard. I love the scrapbook page tpoo. Thanks so much for the darling cards. They are so beautiful. I think they need to be framed : )

Jenni @ nest to keep said...

You did a great job on your Halloween scrapbook page~ it's so cute! Our kids LOVE Halloween, and having them makes it so much fun! I would never have thought of making a spooky gingerbread house~What a great idea! :)