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Soup It Up -- Five Recipes

Park Station Blog, Gaithersburg, MD  January is National Soup Month, and we've got recipes so you can cook up a bowl of yumminess today!

During these cold winter days in Gaithersburg, MD warming up with a tasty bowl of soup, a hearty dish of stew, or a spicy serving of chili in your Park Station apartment is just the thing! Luckily, we have gathered up soup, stew, chowder, and chili recipes to help our apartment community celebrate National Soup Month, which coincidentally happens to be happening this month! That’s right, January is the month to indulge in the homey goodness of soup. Enjoy!  


Tomato Basil Soup

Tomato basil soup has never been easier than this delicious version from Six Sisters’ Stuff. It’s easy to make. You can cook it in a slow cooker and come home to an evening meal. Serve with grilled cheese for the ultimate comfort food.


Corn  Chowder

Corn Chowder from Chef in Training is perfect for a wintry day. The golden niblets of corn, popping with flavor, will bring this chowder to favorite status in your kitchen in no time!


Beef Stew  

Beef stew is a favorite too. Tender pieces of beef paired with potatoes, carrots, and onions hit the spot. has a wide variety of beef stew recipes to choose from; we couldn’t choose just one! The link takes you to the beef stew page.


White Bean Chicken Chili

Epicurious brings us this recipe for White Bean Chicken Chili. One reviewer* had this to say about it: “I wish I had made a triple batch of this. I used leftover chicken from a roaster earlier in the week. This was totally delicious! It had a subtle spiciness. I might add scallions in the future as a garnish, but I didn't have any at the time. I've tried other recipes and they've been good, but this knocked my socks off. I've actually hidden the leftovers from my husband!”


Chicken Noodle Soup with Homemade Noodles

Nothing says home cooking like chicken noodle soup, with homemade noodles, and Cutestuff Cooks shares a recipe (and a story) that creates what’s sure to become a classic. It only takes about an hour to make.


What is your favorite kind of warm-you-up meal for wintertime dining? Please share the recipe in the comments so we can all try it! Thanks for reading today’s blog post.


*Link to the reviews page.