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Old 02-18-2006, 02:28 PM   #11
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My husband will eat soup for one or two meals, but he's never enthused when I mention fixing it. He'd rather have a big piece of MEAT on his plate.
Sounds a lot like me!

Not a big soup fan, but there are a few I really like. Being originally from New England, all sorts of chowders have been consumed, my favorite being clam chowder. Also like corn chowder, of which I would like to find a recipe (haven't really looked).
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Old 02-18-2006, 05:52 PM   #12
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Don't laugh, but Cambell's makes a Chunky Smoked Chicken/Corn Chowder that is delicious. One could dump the cans in a pot and serve it to company, and they'd never believe it wasn't homemade.
I'm sure if you tasted it, you could probably re-invent the recipe and make it really special.
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I don't remember the thread, but in the discussion re: soups a few days ago, after some of the comments, I bought 2 of the Select soups. I haven't used them yet, but when the weather gets cool again, I certainly will. I enjoy everything fresh, but don't mind a few short cuts.
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