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Pea and ham soup is not photogenic

on October 14, 2015

That’s all I have to say!

ps. The extra ingredient is another ham hock, so it kind of changes into ham and pea soup. But it still looks like muck ha!

16 responses to “Pea and ham soup is not photogenic

  1. He he! But what’s the secret ingredient?

  2. susanpoozan says:

    What a shame, I would have loved to see it.

  3. Yvonne says:

    Can’t you borrow an image from online!?

  4. It’s all in the taste Julie!!!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    You are such a dag!

  6. Rhonda says:

    hahaha…you could have at least posted a picture and let US decide!!

  7. sort of like me–I can so relate!

  8. hee! hee! Enough said! 🙂

  9. Lynda says:

    When we lived in California there used to be a restaurant called Andersons. They were famous for their split pea soup. Sometime in the late 80s split pea soup began to loose favor and later in the 90s the restaurant went out of business. Too bad, because we loved the stuff!

    So now, like you, I make *it at home – in big batches – and freeze bunches! It is one of the few soups to freeze well because it doesn’t have potatoes in it. (Potatoes go to the weird side after freezing.)

    It is simple, good, home cooking and nothing compares to that, and as we just ate the remainder of the freezer batch on Monday, then I guess I’ll need to make more.

    And I agree, Julie, ordinary is very good. ❤

    PS: My secret ingredients are bacon instead of the ham hock, and some white pepper instead of black. 🙂

  10. tootlepedal says:

    It’s not how it looks but how it tastes that is important but I am glad that you have restrained yourself from showing us a picture of it

  11. That’s because it’s the color of pea-soup. Sort of a military green. Not at all photogenic. Still, as far as pea soup goes, I’m sure it’s delicious, despite Ants’ criticism.

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