Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving, observed every fourth Thursday of November, is one of the widely celebrated holidays in our country. This event traces its roots back around 150 years ago when the Pilgrims joined the Native Americans to gather for a successful harvest. With this holiday being rich in history, many families have created historical family traditions of…

Butternut Squash Soup Is Back!

When it’s cold outside, can you think of the perfect soup that’s soothing and calming to the body and mind? Perhaps, we’re thinking the same thing. Butternut Squash Soup! This delicious, heart-warming soup is ever-popular during the fall and winter seasons. That’s why we at Spoonful of Comfort are bringing back this sought after delight.…

Halloween Comfort Food

Are you having a Halloween party this year? As your friends come ready for entertainment, why not entertain their stomach, too, with delicious Halloween comfort food? Just imagine… Your friends arrive at your home on a dark night. The main light originates from flashing jack-o-lanterns and spooky faced illuminating presences as they advance towards your…

5 Ways to Help Breast Cancer Patients

In our last segment of articles recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we extend ideas that you can consider in helping friends and family that are going through breast cancer treatment. Life is hard enough to muscle through. Having cancer makes it harder. With any disease, even the simplest of chores, like cooking and cleaning, fall…

Being a Friend

In our second segment recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we talk about how being a friend is often all that is needed to help someone going through cancer treatment. A simple smile can warm the heart of somebody experiencing chemotherapy. Scientists at the University of Kansas investigated the potential benefits of smiling. What was suggested…

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we wanted to do our part to spread awareness and offer simple ways to help those in your life that may be affected by this disease. Receiving a cancer diagnosis changes everything in life. Vacations need to be postponed, schedules adjusted, big plans paused. How do you take…

Comfort Food – Grilled Cheese and Tomato Basil Soup

Few things in life can compare to biting into a delicious, gooey grilled cheese sandwich. So tasty, so nutritious, so simple. No wonder grilled cheese sandwiches are a favorite among kids and adults alike. While grilled sandwiches are simple in nature, there are seemingly unlimited variations if you choose to be so wild. A little…

Why Tomato Soup Rocks

Tomatoes are stacked numerous health benefits. Likewise, so is tomato soup. Here are three reasons why tomato soup rocks. Tomatoes benefit vision – Tomatoes are ripe with Vitamin A, a vitamin that supports vision health. Tomatoes are good for your dome – The Vitamin A in tomatoes also supports strong hair. Tomatoes are heart healthy…

Does Chicken Soup Really Help with a Cold?

For how many centuries have mothers been bringing their children chicken soup when they feel under the weather? While some are skeptical about how chicken soup may have any remedial effect, some are convinced that there is a truth to the claim. A team of medical researchers explored the science behind the alleviating effects of…

An Extraordinary Life

An extraordinary life doesn’t happen accidentally. An awesome life is the after effect of assigning your time and energy towards what you want your life to be. Avoid circumstances that can set you up for disappointment, and begin setting up your life to bolster greatness. Prioritize Pass on the little time wasters in life and…

Cute Bowls

At Spoonful of Comfort, we adore anything soup related, from our fresh fixings to our cute packaging. That started us thinking. What cute bowls do you at home use when devouring Spoonful of Comfort? Eating is a tangible ordeal. You eat with your eyes to begin with, then the senses follow. Who could avoid a…

7 Thoughtful Gestures That Show You Care

Stop and think about your week for a minute. Think about the small moments of joy or happiness you had, and then think about what caused you to feel the way you did. Just take a minute and think about it. I would bet, it was a small act of kindness, courtesy or just a…