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Soup: the best for a cold day

It's a cold 35° on this Monday in March.  The weather is kind of riding the fence these days.  It's not dead of winter, and not yet spring.   There are signs of the arrival of spring: flowering cherry trees and dogwoods are blooming; and the daffodils are a beautiful bright yellow.
There are still grey, cold, rainy days just perfect for a hot bowl of soup; a cup of hot tea, and a good book. 
*Side note:  I have just finished the wonderful novel "Delicious" by Ruth Reichel (I am a big fan of all her writings).  This book I could not put down.
I have a wonderful new soup recipe that is a must try ~ Carrot and Parsnip Soup.   The recipe I have adapted due to my problems with cow's dairy. **Just know where I have substituted goats milk kefir and strained goats milk yoghurt you can use cow's milk products.
Carrot and Parsnip Soup Ingredients: 1/4 cup goat butter (or butter of choice) 2 cups of chopped onion 1 Tablespoon of minced garlic 3 cups of grated carrots 3 cups of gr…