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Old 01-02-2013, 12:05 PM   #31
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Two more - Bouillabaisse & Cioppnno.

Saved a slow-cooker Cioppino recipe to try:

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Old 01-02-2013, 12:22 PM   #32
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Homemade chicken soup with Matzoh balls/Knaidlach or Kreplach.
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Oh my. He had a such a good thig going for him and then he went and added celery, yuk.
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:28 PM   #33
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Oh my. He had a such a good thig going for him and then he went and added celery, yuk.
LOL, Charlie. I don't think my Grandma added celery either. Mostly, I think she used leftover Flanken(?), pot roast, or cooked chicken livers. She also served them fried. Wish I had her recipe. Do you have a recipe you like?
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:30 PM   #34
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Soups I like to make -
chili, Brunswick stew, potato, veggie cheese, peanut
Soups I like to eat but don't make -
tomato, chicken noodle, chicken corn chowder, vegetable beef with barley, egg drop, pasta fagioli, zuppa toscano.
You really should make the zupa Toscano soup. I love it at the Olive Garden, but it was even better when I made it at home. I must look for a recipe for the pasta Fagioli soup. I bet that would be suburb at home too!

I like almost all soups, but I have to say my favorite is French onion.
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:33 PM   #35
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Ooh french onion. One soup I have never made but I really must. You got a good receep Choppy?
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:37 PM   #36
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There is a thread here somewhere GQ that tells how to fill your crock pot with onions for a day and freeze pucks of onions for use later for soup. It works great. I don't remember the name of the thread, but perhaps someone else does??? I think that is the easiest way I have found, and tasty.
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:38 PM   #37
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You really should make the zupa Toscano soup. I love it at the Olive Garden, but it was even better when I made it at home. I must look for a recipe for the pasta Fagioli soup. I bet that would be suburb at home too!

I like almost all soups, but I have to say my favorite is French onion.
I make the copycat Olive Garden Pasta y Fagioli, it's really good, and makes a lot.
I too like all different soups, faves I make include:

Black bean wild rice smoked turkey
Split pea with ham
Chicken noodle
Mushroom-wild rice
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Beef barley
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LOL, Charlie. I don't think my Grandma added celery either. Mostly, I think she used leftover Flanken(?), pot roast, or cooked chicken livers. She also served them fried. Wish I had her recipe. Do you have a recipe you like?

My recipe is very simular to his. But I use hot water and instead of oil I add margarine or butter. The good part about my dough you can start making creplach right away, it doesn't need to rest. Of course I would not even consider prme rib, crazy. I use soup meat and stew meat mixed together and add fryed onions. Put everything thru meat grinder. Of course you can make any fillings you want.
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So many yummy ideas! If I wasn't so full from dinner I would have started making soup now lol! Thank you all :)
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Turkey's Revenge Soup (8 qts.) is simmering as we "speak"


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