When you have a freezer of awesome homemade soup, it’s pretty easy to get rid of a few cans of soup in your pantry and give it to a food bank. That wasn’t our idea out here in Seattle, but one that we adopted from D.C. and Indianapolis that first year of the National Soup Swap.
This year, Vermont’s Cabot Cheese called us up and said they’d like to help. They’ve got an entire team of folks thinking up ways to do some good and promote the type of communities we all want to live in. We’d love them just for that, but of course, we love their cheese too.
They’ve lined up some great bloggers across the country who will be hosting Soup Swaps, tweeting about it, and lining up donations to their local food banks.
How can you help? For every recipe you submit to them this week with cheese, both for soup and snacks, they’re going to send $1 to Hunger Free Vermont and give you a coupon off some of their cheese and dairy products.
Learn more about Soup Swap and Cabot at their Facebook page.
Here are some Cabot organized Soup Swaps!
St. Louis: Extraordinary Mommy, Danielle Smith.
Corpus Christi: A Southern Fairytale with Rachel Matthews
Kansas City: V3′s Shelly Kramer & American Restaurant’s Debbie Gold
Portland, Maine: Candace Karu of Cabot Cheese and Subjet to Change.
And they’ve got Green and Clean Mom also tweeting her swap.