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Old 10-12-2011, 06:45 PM  
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soup--need new recipes

i make butternut squash soup, lentil, vegetable and onion.

i think i want to make mushroom soup or something i don't even know about at this moment

just post a recipe---surprise me
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Old 10-13-2011, 02:37 PM  
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None of my soups have recipes. Soup in my house is a bunch of unused ingredients put in a pot till it taste good.
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Old 10-19-2011, 06:05 PM  
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That's pretty well how I make soup as well. I boil a carcass or some bones with whatever I think will make a nice stock and go from there.

I think my favorite is ham and barley soup!
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Old 10-25-2011, 11:03 AM  
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That's pretty well how I make soup as well. I boil a carcass or some bones with whatever I think will make a nice stock and go from there.

I think my favorite is ham and barley soup!
We don't use a lot of barley down here for some reason, but my Grandmother ads it to her vegetable soup and I love the stuff.

Wish I could find it in more things.
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:48 PM  
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Don't know what this is called . . . I call it "stoup"

I cut beef squares, bout an inch. (I brown it)
wack up some carrots, chop some cellery, add corn, fresh peas, cut up camote squares, chopped taters, califlour, zuccinni, chopped onions, Bellpepper chopped, (almost any veggie you like)

SPICES; Santa Cruz Chili & spice's "Sonora Season" , Chilli powder, mesquite season.
Oregano, cellery salt (don't ask how much, I add a pinch o this and a smidgeon o that)

I add a can or two of stewed tomatoes, and add some Santa Cruz Picante to that.
I either cook it on the stove with bay leaves in it or in the crock pot over night.
We usually eat it with fresh tortillas (wheat)
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