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This was tasty and even the kids liked it.

Some friends sent us this recipe in preparation for a virtual Burn's Supper – and we were surprised that the kids rated it highly! No sheep entrails required.

We made this the other day and the older kids gave it cautious approval (e.g. a "once a month" rating).

"This version thinks its better than everyone because it contains no meat. And there’s no soy, either."

We layered the soup ingredients into pint jars and put a round of fabric and a little fiber fill on the flat lid before screwing on the ring.  It was a nice gift for the girls in our girl’s club to give their moms.  The soup is pretty good too!

Mel and I make this soup quite often. We wanted a lentil soup and Mel came across an Alton Brown recipe that sounded fairly quick but delicious. We've modified it in a few spots in order to fix it into words but we've only really followed the recipe once. Its a good guide though. I like smelling each spice separately for a few moments before mixing all the spices together in a little bowl. Smell the resulting concoction before adding it to the soup.

Mushroom Lentil Burgers

I thought I'd share a recipe for mushroom lentil burgers that I made this past weekend and really enjoyed.