I started thinking of the parable of the beggar who made a pot of soup using a stone as the starter and the villagers each contributing a little something, some herbs, a few carrots, some potatoes, and the beggar ending up with a great big pot of soup that could feed the whole village.
So I threw the all those ingredients into a pot.
Added that in and put a lid on the whole thing and let it simmer for an hour or so...
Here's the whole list of what went into the pot:
Green Pepper (maybe half of one)
Red Pepper (half of one)
Tomato's (leftover diced tomatoes from making Taco's)
Red Onion (half of a red onion)
Field Peas and Snaps (had a partial bag)
Leeks (leftover from when I made the Leek Pancakes)
Chicken Juice (not quite stock)
Andouille Sausage (leftover from making Jambalaya the last time)
Pork Roast (just a couple of slices
I also picked a few sprigs of Thyme and Oregano from my pots outside, let the whole thing cook up and then I tasted it for seasoning. Found out I didn't need to add any salt, the spice from the Andouille Sausage gave it a nice kick and I now have lots of soup. After eating some of it, I did consign it to the freezer.
At least this time it's in nice neat little containers and ready to go.