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Old 01-05-2007, 06:13 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by PytnPlace
Chicken noodle. Strange but when I'm sick I really like the salty Campbells version. Otherwise (when I'm healthy) I think it's kind of, well, icky!
We call it the "sicky soup" and "can I have some of that soup with the little strings in it." If you are not the sick one, it really stinks when you open the can.

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Old 01-05-2007, 06:17 PM   #32
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Can't really offer any under-the-weather soup, etc. It's been so long since Buck and I were sick (literally years and years) that we really only prepare soups for pleasure. The last time Buck was sick with a cold/flu was sometime in the late '70s. I made him plenty of chicken soup then. Seems to be a universal make-you-feel-better sort of soup. It's good stuff no matter how you feel.

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Old 01-05-2007, 07:40 PM   #33
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I usually have miso in the fridge for stir fries so it's the easiest quick soup for me to make. Some boiling water, a quick stir, a bit of chopped scallion and I have soup. DW also likes chicken soup made from soup base, but it's not as quick because she adds veggies and pasta that have to cook for a while.
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Old 01-05-2007, 07:44 PM   #34
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Hot & sour clears up my sinuses, but i can always count on some split pea with fried onions, croutons and little chunks of jarlsberg cheese ( I like when the little buggers start to melt).

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Old 01-08-2007, 04:18 PM   #35
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When I'm under-the-weather I like a nice flavorful chicken broth with the little, skinny egg noodles. Hits the spot for sure!

Not very creative I know but HEY, I'm sick! :-)

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Old 01-12-2007, 11:11 PM   #36
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A good brothy chicken soup, but modified with added beaten egg drizzled into it after I remove it from the heat, and with a couple of good hot peppers thrown in to help clear my sinuses. Has to have lots of celery, onion, and flavor. I can have rice or noodles, but that's not a requirement as the egg threads are very comforting and feel great in my mouth. Less carbs too.

And the soup should have a definite viscosity from the dissolved collagen. I want real chicken soup.

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