My leftover soup was everything I had hoped it would be. The ham actually fell of the bone so much that it’s stringy – like BBQ. Makes the soup have so much flavor.
On the side – grapefruit
And a hunk of Popeye – cheesy nugget inside!
Loved that the entries for the granola ended in 26 – 1226! Doing the random integers, I was actually nervous!!
And The Granola Winners ARE…………………
#1029 Quinn of thoughts come alive
#71 Stephanie [Since there might be multiple Stephanies, the winner has blind in her email!]
#596 heather h.
Winners please email me your mailing addresses to Katheats at gmail.com.
***EDITED TO ADD***
Just realized I listed 3 winners!!! Oops! 3 winners it is!
Good afternoon to you all <3
Kinley @ Better Off Barefoot says
Love that cheese nugget 😉
Hope @ With A Side Of Hope says
That soup looks even better today, if that is possible! 🙂 I love how you cut the grapefruit up into wedges. I should do that. The whole scooping grapefruit out to eat it is the reason why I never buy it. It’s so good too.
Hannah @ eat, drink and save money says
I can’t wait to try this soup recipe! I love eating leftover soup, I swear it gets better as it sits in the fridge.
Maria @ Sinfully Nutritious says
Congratulations winners. Guess the rest of us will have to ogle Kath’s cville granola a little longer. 🙂
That grapefruit looks so refreshing. I agree with you, peeling it like an orange is so much better. Less waste. I put some in my fruit salad the other day. It was a fantastic burst of flavor.
[email protected] says
it’s definitely a leftover soup for lunch kinda day over here too! i had leftover turkey noodle soup – delicious for a chilly day. 🙂
Looks so good! Do you plan your meals out by week or just wing it day by day, and meal by meal?
I love bread and soup. Do you like the Imagine soups? I can’t find any of the low-sodium ones, but even the regular ones appear like good choices. I’m thinking the butternut squash or the potato soup?
Also, can you do a post on different cheeses? I love cheese and am fluxommed at the choice. Soft,unripened, organic, regular, cheddar, mozarella, hard, etc. I love bread with cheese.
I do like the Imagine ones! I don’t worry about sodium, so I just eat the regular ones.
I actually go here when I have a cheese question – their site is so comprehensive!
Haha i am glad you picked an extra winner, wish it were meeee!
Susan H. @ the food allergy chronicles says
Split Pea soup is definately on my list of yummy dishes to make over the holidays. Perfect to bring to the family get together and warm up to after hours of sitting in a hocky arena…my nephew is in a big hockey tournament over the holidays which will see us at the arena twice a day for at least 4 days! BRRRRRR!
Annette @ EnjoyYourHealthyLife says
Oh that bread looks good!!
Hilliary @Happily Ever Healthy says
I now want to make split pea soup! This looks amazing. And I think I need to make a trip to my local great harvest!
Cait's Plate says
Ah, alas, I was not a lucky winner. 🙁 Just means I’m going to have to get my butt to Cville (or pay you money to offer the sale of your granola online so that I can re-stock every 2 weeks!) 🙂
Glad the leftover soup was everything you wanted it to be and more!
Ashley @ Coffee Cake and Cardio says
Enjoy that granola!! It’s A-MAZING!
lynn @ the actor's diet says
ha – 3 is a lucky #!
Christine @ Oatmeal in my Bowl says
That bread looks awesome! Jealous of your never ending supply of great bread!
Kaila @healthyhelperblog! says
I love split pea soup! Such a comforting dish!
I love the cheesy nugget surprise inside the Popeye bread! That type of surprise reminds of the times when I have eaten fast food fries, and have found extra fries in the bottom of the bag that I did not know about (LOL) 🙂
katie @KatieDid says
All I’ve been eating is homemade soups and stews these past few days. They definitely get better with age! (to a point 😉 )
That’s it – I’m picking up a ham next time at the store!
I was about to write the exact same comment!
Yay for a 3rd winner…boo that it isn’t me 😉
I’m not too cool with there being more winners than advertised. Seems fishy to me.
Gina @ Running to the Kitchen says
haha, are you serious?
It’s a bag of granola not a million dollars…I’m more surprised that over 1000 people were trying to win it in the first place! Although I did try too!
Honestly, I’m not sure why you even reply to comments like these. I’d just let them go – it only fuels the fire and leads to more negativity/controversy in the comments 🙁
Yeah, are you serious Joy? I really have no idea why I had 3 in my head. Probably because a lot of contests either have 1 or 3 winners. If I wanted to send someone extra a bag in general, I’d just send it to them without posting about it 🙂
joy the baker says
this is so so weird. i did not leave that comment Kath. like… not at all.
so so disturbing. why would someone do that?!
Weird weird weird!? I didn’t even make a connection – thought it was another Joy. I didn’t notice that they used your email address [which must be the gravatar pull]. The IP is University of CA – Santa Barbara.
Gina @ Running to the Kitchen says
Those 3 are lucky ones! I knew the chances were slim but I was holding out hope, haha. I’ve never seen split pea soup look so good. Those colors are an awesome combo in the first couple of pictures.
You should cook collards with that ham shank if you buy it again. I think you don’t like onions, but cook garlic in a little oil and then add the shank. Let it brown and cook in a few cups of stock for about 45 minutes. Add cut collards and cook for 1.5-2 hours. Shred meat off of bone. Best meal ever.
Love collards 🙂
Susan (Oliepants) says
This soup looks so comforting. Lovely bread too!
Lisa (bakebikeblog) says
how delish! I am craving soup now lol
[email protected] says
How exciting is that? I didn’t know granola was being given 🙁 And your lunch looks.really.gooooood! Now I want some refreshing grapefruit. Have a beautiful day!
Lauren @ What Lauren Likes says
Soup looks amazing! Congrats to the winners 😀
kathleen @ the daily crumb says
yay for the extra winner!
i love soup the day after — one of the few leftovers i actually enjoy. the flavors are so much more pronounced. yum!
Fran@ Broken Cookies Don't Count says
The bread looks great with the cheese in the middle…yum!
Katie @ Peace Love and Oats says
How have I never thought to eat grapefruit like that???
Looks delicious, again! Split pea soup freezes and reheats well also.
Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga says
the orange motif from the bowl to the soup to the clementines…to your accent colors on your blog…very coordinated and I always notice all this stuff. I love your attention to details!
Kath you have such an amazing talent ! Thats it !! in the new year I WILL TRY NEW FOODS !!
Winners – enjoy your granolas!
Kath, are we ever going to be able to purchase granola from you again? I missed it last time. Thanks so much!
Hoping so in the new year when the bakery holiday season is over
Omg! That soup looks like heaven on this rainy Toronto day. Yum I want it in my belly.
I think I am going to make it for dinner.
Blessing @ Working Mom Journal says
Totally loving this grapefruit obsession of yours. I am so bummed I didn’t win the granola contest, but no worries, I am planning a trip to Virginia soon, so I might stop over again.
All about the citrus fruits this season!
heart skipped a beat – wrong Stephanie!! 🙁 oh well haha feel free to make another mistake and send me some !
Awww I’m sorry!
Jules @ La Petite Maison Verte says
Such a pretty spoon! And the soup looks so warm and comforting 🙂 Congrats to the granola winners!
I am so happy that grapefruits are back in season- they’re my fave and I’ll have at least one a day until they’re out of season and the prices sky rocket 😀
Andrea @FrSeed2Stomach says
oooo I made split pea soup this week too, sans the ham though. I had some leftovers for lunch today. delish!
I love cutting a slice of Great Harvest and getting a cheese nugget, it’s like a prize!!! 😉