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Old 01-23-2015, 06:52 PM   #11
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We had tortellini soup with sausage that I made a couple days ago. Found the recipe in a Penzeys catalog! Stopped at Panera for a baguette but they were out - got a loaf of crispy country white instead. Perfect supper for a chilly night.
That sounds really good, CG. It makes a LOT of servings, though. But it seems like it should freeze well - maybe add the tortellini and zucchini after thawing? What do you think?

I'm in the hospital on soft foods, so nothing interesting here.
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Just one night's food around here. We're big eaters.

Actually, I gave a lot of it to my SIL. We had a little bit when I made it Tuesday. And there was a cup worth left when we were done last night.

Next time I'll divide it before I put the tortellinis in, then add them only to what we're having that night. The rest can go in when I reheat it. The zuccs survived just fine, even though they had cream-puff spines when they went in. It also seemed like too much tomato, so I'll up the beef broth and cut back on tomato. Still, it was really yummy, and kinda quick.

And you're in the hospital? Oh no! Get well and run out soon, 'k?
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Just one night's food around here. We're big eaters.

Actually, I gave a lot of it to my SIL. We had a little bit when I made it Tuesday. And there was a cup worth left when we were done last night.

Next tim e I'll divide it before I put the tortellinis in, then add them only to what we're having that night. The rest can go in when I reheat it. The zuccs survived just fine, even though they had cream-puff spines when they went in. It also seemed like too much tomato, so I'll up the beef broth and cut back on tomato. Still, it was really yummy, and kinda quick.

And you're in the hospital? Oh no! Get well and run out soon, 'k?
Thanks for the info. I'm working on escaping ASAP!
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