Soups have begun to take over the blog. I know a fair few of you visit, just for the soups. I see many of you subscribing after reading soup posts, but if you’re just after soup recipes, you might not want to read lots of my other posts, articles and sometimes, even my rants over nothing much in particular, but things that bother me at that specific moment. I’m very happy for you to stay subscribing to all posts here, but if you just want soups, smoothies and shakes, I’ve created a place for those to go.
I plan to keep soups I’ve made and photographed on the Scottish Mum blog, but for those of you who don’t want to read everything else, I’ve started a soup maker recipe specific blog. All the recipes from here will be added, and there will be lots more recipes, particularly ones I’ve made, but have not got round to photographing. For those, I might use a stock picture or just no picture at all, but rest assured, every one that makes on on this blog and on the Soup Maker Club and posted by me, will have been cooked up by my trusty Morphy Richards.
The new website won’t just be limited to a soup maker. The plan is to enjoy soups of all kinds, from a pot, to bubbling in a tin over a camp fire, or even thrown into the microwave. If you’ve got an unusual way of cooking soup, then I’d love to hear it from you and feature your own recipes over there.
All you have to do, is head over to soupmaker.club to find me over there. Sign up to join the club, and instead of being sent each new recipe as it arrives, I’ll send you a digest of weekly or monthly news, including new recipes on the blog and posts, giving you the choice whether to check them out or not.
If you want to add your own recipes for the soupmaker club, just send them to me, or use the form on the website. I can’t see my soupmaker being used any less than it is now, well not for the rest of my own life, so I’m hoping to build an impressive backlog of soups for us all to enjoy.
Thanks for listening and for the ongoing support of my readers, as without you, there would be no blog.
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