Wednesday, January 28, 2015

{#WordlessWednesday} How a #Foodie survives #Snowmageddon2015

hearty seafood bisque with organic mushrooms


While it didn't come down in New York City nearly as bad as was predicted, the MTA Public Transportation System as well as local airports did shut down. Supermarkets and Super Stores in general sold out of food and essentials very quickly and I spent my time making comfort food like this hearty seafood bisque pictured above (I normally don't but I added fresh organic mushrooms to this one because I love mushrooms and didn't want them to go to waste!)

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27 comments:

  1. That looks amazing! We had a kale and sausage stew ourselves. And 36 inches of snow. I'm ready for spring. New visitor from Northeast Bloggers. :-)

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  2. We didn't get even close to what y'all did, but I have to say that I love being snowed in and whipping up a big pot of soup! :)

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  3. Since we had plenty of warning that the storm was coming, we stocked up over the weekend and had a whole house full of food.

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  4. Looks delicious!! My SIL is in Manhattan & said WF had crazy lines!

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  5. It's ironic isn't it? We spend time preparing for the big snow and then it misses us. Then we don't and are scrambling...LOL Your soup looks yummy!

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  6. That looks like a bone-warming soup!!

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  7. Mmmm! With all the snow talk yesterday I also made a big pot of soup (recipe is on the blog)

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2015/01/what-makes-you-happy-wordlesswednesday.html

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  8. Every now and then we seem to need a reason to have to stay in and enjoy soup. POSH

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  9. Well that looks appetising I will be over for some keep it warm Tracy :-)

    Have a mushroomtastic week

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  10. Comfort food sounds perfect for a blizzard! Glad that you're safe

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  11. Wow this Seafood Bisque looks yummy,it's a shame that we need a storm to get the family to hunker down and enjoy great food and family.Really glad to hear it wasn't so bad your way : ) .

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  12. Yum! I was hoping to get snowed in with my Ogre, but that didn't happen. He's an fantastic foodie, too.

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  13. We didn't get snow where I live! I don't really want any snow, but I would love an excuse to make some comfort food like that seafood bisque.

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  14. Hopefully everything is going better where you're at. I'm at the opposite end of the country and haven't seen snow in over a decade.

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  15. It sounds like a good way to get ready for the storm to me. :) Glad you didn't get hammered as badly as was predicted.

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  16. This looks and sounds great,We just got a little snow over here in the UK yesterday but nothing like what you are supposed to have over there.

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  17. I saw a few flakes fluttering in the sky and I was suuuuper excited! But we hardly ever get snow to stick.

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  18. My Mom and brother live in NY. They hunkered down and stayed in too!

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  19. Hopefully things get better. Somehow we missed the snow from this latest storm!

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  20. Yum that looks good! We haven't been getting much snow here which is odd but I love hearty soups on snow days!

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  21. mmm I love a good seafood bisque. This looks amazing. The weather here in MI causes folks to panic often.

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  22. No snow here in the south. But we love our seafood, so I may have to try this recipe.

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  23. That looks so warm and cozy, perfect for a snowy winter day. It's cold in Chicago too, so I'm always looking for great soup ideas!

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  24. We didn't get any snow here in GA! I was disappointed! We had snow this time last year.

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  25. Yummo! We haven't had any snow here, but last year was CRAZY! My kids loved it, me not so much!

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