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  1. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I am dying in 11 degree temps. I cannot even imagine -40 wind chill. How did they not cancel work for you?!

  2. Shenandoah Vegan

    Hmmm…Kitchen Sink Soup or venturing out in -40 degree temps to get something from a restaurant…decisions! decisions!

  3. Margaret

    All jokes aside, I really hope you’re ok in the cold.
    Weather like that is very dangerous. xo

  4. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    This is exactly what I think you should be having during your rather terrifying weather patch. My Canadian family are struggling and they have lived there for decades – I keep thinking “Poor Hannah!” whenever I see the news. (Obviously you are poor Hannah with great sparkles waiting under the snow, but still.) I’m sending you a sunshiny hug and hopes for some actual sun and more dinners like this in the mean time xo

  5. Johanna GGG

    now that is my sort of way to make soup – minus the polar vortex – and when you said about curling up with a book I thought you really need the one I have just finished reading – then I checked the instagram and it is the same one – it is brilliant but so sad

  6. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    This is the perfect dinner for this terrible weather. I think you have inspired me to make my own kitchen sink soup 🙂

  7. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    I always called it clean the fridge soup. That soup you make before you have to toss everything out because you forgot to use it.

    I talked with my kids in the states today.. brrrr. I won’t tell you the temperature in Queensland.

  8. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    Horseradish mustard in soup? You be crazy… but genius too.

  9. Joanne

    This sounds like a super tasty soup to me! Even if it is just a mishmash of things.

  10. Rozanna

    Hello there Hanna from Vienna, Austria (I am South African though). You write so well and I smile alot when I read your posts. Just discovered you today. I am looking forward to the journey with you. Thank you!

  11. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Stay warm Spay Lady! Using this soup would definitely help 🙂

  12. Theresa

    Ugh, that kind of cold is why I left the northern part of north America! My uni had 80 inches of snow forecasted earlier this week. That’s two inches taller than Andy, and he’s really tall!! Keep eating soup and stay warm!!

  13. msihua

    That sounds like a mix of everything wonderful and nice! Leftover ingredients soup 😛 I can’t help but laugh when I think about you and frozen hair! On a more serious note, I do hope that you are keeping safe and warm! WARM HUGS!!