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 Post subject: Re: You Favorite Soup
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 1:14 pm 
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Spicy hot chili in a bread bowl.

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 Post subject: Re: You Favorite Soup
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Soup again ? How about homemade hambone soup?

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Don't forget about the humble classic French Onion soup
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How could anyone possible choose just one? Turtle soup is tasty; plus, it allows one to pack and re-use the lightweight shell as a bowl or plate while dining.

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I dont like fancy soups with a lot of stuff. A homemade chicken noodle soup is always good. chopped carrots and celery is all I need.

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w3rdtoyamama wrote:
I dont like fancy soups with a lot of stuff. A homemade chicken noodle soup is always good. chopped carrots and celery is all I need.
I like corn in my soup.

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Just made green soup for the first time. Loved the shit out of it.


Carmelized an onion in a bit of butter, threw in a couple cloves of garlic, two potatoes, two stalks of celery and about six cups of vegetable broth. Boiled until the potatoes were soft and threw in a ton of chopped greens (kale and mustard greens, although I'm sure others would work too), cooked until softened a bit, blended till smooth, added Worcester sauce, pepper and lemon juice until satisfied.


Amazing, even if it's very green...


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Just made green soup for the first time. Loved the shit out of it.


Carmelized an onion in a bit of butter, threw in a couple cloves of garlic, two potatoes, two stalks of celery and about six cups of vegetable broth. Boiled until the potatoes were soft and threw in a ton of chopped greens (kale and mustard greens, although I'm sure others would work too), cooked until softened a bit, blended till smooth, added Worcester sauce, pepper and lemon juice until satisfied.


Amazing, even if it's very green...


would you, could you ,with a biscuit?
If it's seen, also green?

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