All Things Vintage #11

Thanks for joining me today for this bi-weekly All Things Vintage post! I will be switching back and forth between this roundup style of post and a recipe post. I hope you enjoy it!

Fall Recipes

The idea of including recipes has been on my mind for a while. I have posted recipes in the past like this Friday Night Homemade Pizza recipe that we have used for years and this Chicken Soup recipe that has nursed many sick children over the years.

Simply click the images below to see the post!

But I just haven’t consistently posted recipes. You see, I’m not a huge cook. Mostly because I am not a fan of planning and grocery shopping. If the food is in the house, then I cook it! Please don’t make me plan or shop!!

We do have some favorite recipes that we have used over and over again and I want to share those with you. I also came across a first edition 1933 Good Housekeeping Cook Book. There are some recipes I thought might be good to try out. We’ll see how that goes 🙂

Anyway, here is a recipe that is one of our favorites, and since fall is right around the corner, I thought you might enjoy it too!! Butternut Squash Soup is a smooth soup that is mild and oh so comforting on a chilly day. You can make a double batch and freeze it too!

pinterest graphic showing staged bowl of butternut squash soup

visit our vendor spot via video!

I thought you might like to take a look around our vendor spot at Wilderlove Handmade and Vintage where we sell our reinvented home decor and furniture. You will recognize some of the items because we have shared step-by-step tutorials here on our blog.

While you watch on YouTube, I would love for you to subscribe to our channel. We are hoping to offer weekly tutorials for you!

recent tutorials

We’ve shared several great tutorials over the last couple of weeks. Thrifted Sweater Pumpkins, an Upholstered Footstool, Easy Cake Stand, and Copper Leaf Pumpkins. I think you will enjoy all of these posts!

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fun projects and delicious recipes

I’ve seen loads of amazing articles and blog posts on the web this week and I would love to share them with you! Hope you enjoy the fall projects and recipes here!

Pumpkins and Succulents?? You will love this post!

This Button Pumpkin is the cutest!!

You will be thrilled to see 12 Ways to Decorate a Faux Pumpkin

There were so many soup recipes too!

This Zucchini Yam Soup sounds delicious!

Easy Vegetable Soup sounds so healthy!

This Butternut Squash Soup has a secret ingredient!

And if you need any more soup recipes, you will love this post!

Many homemade soup recipes need a good chicken stock and I’ve got the easiest one to make for you!

Easy Homemade Chicken Stock

Thanks so much for stopping by today! We love it when you visit us here on the blog!

Until next time…

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing my Indian corn wreath. It’s easy fast and so pretty.

    Pinned your stock recipe from a rotisserie chicken. Genius!

    1. Cynthia Gayle says:

      Thanks Cindy! BTW, that stock is soooo good!!

  2. Libbie Burling says:

    This post made me smile. I, too, dislike the planning that goes into a meal! Luckily for me, my husband loves to grocery shop. I loved all the Fall into here, and thank you for sharing my mini pumpkins with succulents! Have a great weekend. 🙂

    1. Cynthia Gayle says:

      Non-grocery shopping women unite!! Hope you have a great weekend too Libbie!

    1. Cynthia Gayle says:

      So glad you enjoyed the post! That soup is a must during the cooler months that are coming our way soon!