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  1. CheezyK

    Mmmm, not so sure about a spicy soup on these 30+ days but I will definitely tuck this one away for when the chill sets in here again, it looks delicious! Glad to hear the jeans survived 🙂 (P.S. You are far too young to be classed as mutton!)

  2. Miss Piggy

    This recipe sounds delish – perfect for when life is happening and you don’t have tonnes of time to cook. I cannot print the recipe for some reason…is it me or you? Or is it life telling me to get away from the computer & for for a lunchtime walk in the sun.

  3. FoodFeud

    So lovely. There can’t be enough soups this time of the year. I’m really feeling the smoked paprika.

  4. Lou

    You could NEVER be mutton, Hannah 😉

  5. Emma

    Hehe I’ve never heard that mutton saying before, but I think it sounds rather frilly and cute. Being an outsider to this slang, I clearly don’t get the implied badness of mutton as much as I should:)

    I’m very tired from all of this living too, but mine is 100% physical tiredness. Good thing I don’t have a roommate here because I a) wouldn’t be able to stay awake while talking to them and b) would have to attempt talking to them from a laying down position since there is so much sore and bruises. Oof walking through the woods is so hard sometimes! 😀

    PS your soup is so so so pretty. It’s a gem. You’re a gem!

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    You as mutton? Dear god, there’s no hope for us that are older than you! 😛

  7. whisperinggums

    No one your age could really be mutton-dressed-as lamb. Maybe filly-dressed-as-foal! But that would be wearing baby girly dresses and skinny black and white jeans aren’t that.

    Love this post … only wish I could also love the soup. Why do lentils always go with tomatoes?

  8. emma

    Wow, heel clicks in the snow? I am super impressed. I cannot even walk normally in the snow, I have to shuffle like an injured penguin…so instead today I think I will just stay inside and make your amazing looking soup.

  9. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I don’t know how you do it, but you have turned lentil soup from ‘could be a ho-hum staple food’ into ‘good-golly-this-looks-incredible-and-I-want-it-NOW’. Seriously beautiful.

    Also beautiful are your words, and I suspect your jeans, and I would very much like a picture of the jeans because I have never seen white jeans with a black floral pattern!

  10. ck

    Wonderful, post and soup. Nothing more and nothing less. Will definitely make this. Keep it up. All of it. And only people my age and above can be mutton. Live large.

  11. Kath Lockett

    Oooh, yes, I’ve got a similar recipe that, thanks to you, I might dust off and make. I’ll leave it for Love Chunks to enjoy whilst Carly and I trip over the pond for a few days in Edinburgh 🙂

  12. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Pics of the skinny jeans or it didn’t happen!

  13. Alisa

    Mmm, life is amazing nourishment like this.

  14. Eileen

    This soup looks delicious, and so perfect for chilly nights! Spice is my friend. 🙂

  15. Hotly Spiced

    It sounds like life in Toronto is working out just fine for you and that’s great. There’s absolutely no way you could ever look like mutton – that’s something I have to worry about! Love the look of this comforting bowl of soup – lots of goodness there xx

  16. janet @ the taste space

    Sounds deliriously awesome. 🙂

  17. Johanna GGG

    I am sure I would spill the soup if I were to ever wear white jeans – esp at work – but otherwise I would love to eat it. Just my sort of thing. And do tell, are fire roasted tomatoes very different in the soup – I don’t think I have ever seen them here but I often see them in American recipes

  18. Theresa

    Lol at the idea of YOU as mutton, in anything, ever. Seriously, aren’t you 26? You are so totally lamb. I think you need to be at least 40 to be classed as mutton.

    When it cools off here, trying this soup.

  19. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Girl, you need to teach me how to walk around in the snow. You must be seriously talented to have mastered it so quickly that you’re already clicking your heels 😉

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  21. Silvia

    This looks great; I think I’ll have this for dinner tomorrow!

  22. Gretchen @gfedge

    I’m making this one next – what a wonderful soup! I love lentils and have never prepared anything like this. Great submission to Wellness Weekend!

  23. Catherine

    I am making this TONIGHT. You? Toi? Mutton dressed as lamb?? Oh my lord you are making me worry. What would they think of moi???

  24. Carrie @ Carrie on Vegan

    This soup is so beautiful and inviting, not to mention the lovely thoughts in your description. I’m featuring it as one of my faves on Healthy Vegan Fridays. Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

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  26. Tammy

    What a gorgeous soup Hannah! love it and it will find it’s way to my table.

  27. msihua

    Now this is a recipe I would love to attempt! Wonderful!

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  29. Louise

    I always love a lentil soup. This one looks delicious. And you are way, way too young to be considered anything like mutton. I hope there are pictures of the jeans in a yet to be discovered posting.