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View Poll Results: What is your favorite soup, stew, or chili? (Multiple Choice)
Hearty Beef Stew 13 30.23%
Clam Chowder 10 23.26%
Chicken Noodle Soup 6 13.95%
Cioppino - seafood stew 5 11.63%
Pho - bowl of rice noodles and veggies 6 13.95%
Chili - red, green, etc 6 13.95%
Potato or other creamy soups 10 23.26%
Miso, Egg Drop, or Hot and Sour soups 9 20.93%
Chicken with dumplings 4 9.30%
Other 3 6.98%
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Old 09-05-2005, 05:55 AM   #11
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I love clam chowder, and also a hearty beef stew. Actually, there's not much I don't like.

Kadesma, you mention artichokes in your soup, but it's not a listed ingredient. I'm guessing that it's about 1 can??
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Old 09-05-2005, 06:06 AM   #12
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Oh, dear. I'm the queen of soup. I make soup out of everything that passes by the house. Haha. No I've never made it from dog or cat! lol. Right now there are four "batches" (a quart or two) of stock in the freezer, and I'm not kidding, I do make stock out of any bones (bbq ribs and hot wings make great stock). Hubby particularly likes bean soups. I also make a lot of curries. I tend to make my soups/stews high in fiber, low in meat. Lots of beans, lentils, or dried split peas.

Pea soup and johnny cake, makes a Frenchman's belly ache was a song/rhyme from my childhood.

Come to think of it, I haven't made a good pea soup in ages. There's a butcher in Cuba City who has the best ham hocks.......
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Old 09-05-2005, 10:19 AM   #13
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I like my Beef Stews but now come to think of it, Dad used to make the BEST Ham and Bean soup...mmm....now theres a comfort food....
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Old 09-05-2005, 10:45 AM   #14
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I love clam chowder, and also a hearty beef stew. Actually, there's not much I don't like.

Kadesma, you mention artichokes in your soup, but it's not a listed ingredient. I'm guessing that it's about 1 can??
Welll Lynda, see what a senior moment can cause I've made an edit to the post and I use 1 or 2 boxes of the frozen artichokes, simply because they aren't quite as tart from ascorbic acid as the canned..Cannned would be fine if rinsed really well..Sorry about that Lynda and thanks for letting me know
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Old 09-05-2005, 07:29 PM   #15
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soup's one of the best things. i like them all. french onion sans the crouton.
I just love soups and chillies! I make one pot a week and eat it all week long. My favorite 3 in no particular order are probably:

1.) French onion with smoked cheddar and topped with crusty bread is one of my favorites!

2.) I also LOVE making veggie chili, and top it with some sharp cheddar cheese, sour cream and some scallions. YUM!

3.) creamy tomato basil soup, with a grilled cheese sandwhich to dip in it. That always comforts me on a cold afternoon.
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Old 09-05-2005, 07:37 PM   #16
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creamy tomato basil soup, with a grilled cheese sandwhich to dip in it. That always comforts me on a cold afternoon.
Tomato soup is one of the first soups that I remember having as a child. My mom was in the hospital having her tonsils out. My dad made me and my brother tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches for dinner. But unfortunately he used water instead of milk. My brother and I did not care though. It tasted good to us!!
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