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by Chrystal at Foodie.com
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Fall is here and I find myself craving a warm bowl of soup at the end of the day. I love soups during the fall because they’re nourishing, hydrating and oh-so-easy to make in the crockpot. Most soup recipes can be adapted to where they cook through the day in the crock pot, and they’re ready to eat come dinner time.
Over the weekend, we had a bit pot of perpetual soup. I love perpetual soups because you can just keep adding to them as they dwindle, and change the flavor and texture of them as you go.
However, I also love unique nourishing soups that can change up the boring hum drum routine that soup making can become. I make chicken and veggie soup, lentil soup, chicken noodle soup and Thai curry soup all the time. So it’s nice to be able to switch it up a bit.
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You may already know that I’m a huge fan of Amazon. Between the awesome prices, great shipping and Prime Instant Video, what’s not to love? I’ve been a member of Amazon Prime for a few years now, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.
We have recently started using the Amazon Prime Instant Video more often, and we are enjoying their original shows like Annedroids. A new show was recently released called Creative Galaxy.
Since Zoë wants to be an artist when she grows up and Kaylee loves making up creative stories, I was really excited to screen this show. The first thing that struck me was that it really reminded me of the format of Super Why! – another show my kids love. Well, that makes total since since it’s produced by Out of the Blue Enterprises with Angela Santomero, who also produced Super Why! and Blue’s Clues.
The who is a make-along, create-along, interactive art adventure series for preschoolers. The two main characters, Arty and Epiphany, travel the galaxy solving problems through art. The show inspires creative thinking through crafts, music and dance – things all kids should have access to!
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