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Old 01-02-2005, 09:02 AM   #11
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Leaf, you've hit upon one of my favorites: tomato soup! I make mine the same way, only adding fresh chopped basil to the mix...and lots of cream!

What a perfect lunch for a cold, rainy day!
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Old 01-02-2005, 06:29 PM   #12
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Yeah, it's one of my faves too! :)

I make mine with all different kinds of herbs and/or spices just depending on my mood. Fresh basil sounds very good :)


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Thanks Leaf!

I gotta try that one! (Tomato and pepper soup)...

Do you really not take out the tomato seeds?

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You're welcome! Hope you like it. :) No, I personally don't remove the seeds. But if you want you can put the soup though a strainer and get rid of them. I also don't remove the skin. I like to live it on as I feel it can add flavour and texture. Just a personal preference :)
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