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Old 01-03-2013, 02:49 AM   #61
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Turkey noodle,chicken and dumpling,campbells vegetable beef,Miso,pazole,cioppino,broccoli cheese,lobster bisque,tomato pepper basil,split pea and ham,pho,sizzle rice soup,white clam chowder,cheddar beer,lamb and barley,korean tofu with mushroom,vietnamese hot pot,russian pickle and deli meat soup,pumpkin or butternut bisque.I am probably missing a few.Soups are a good indicator of how good a restraunts cooks/chefs are.

I love to make and eat soups in the cooler months.
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:41 AM   #62
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that's very true, 4me.

there's a restaurant near belleayre mountain, ny called the pine hill arms that makes an awesome wild mushroom soup, and an african carrot soup.

the waitress recommended it because she said the chef on that night was their best guy and always blew her away with his great soups. she was right. after our second day of skiing, we went back to there to eat just to get the soups again.
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:57 AM   #63
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Cream of Reuben Soup (I think this is from my aunt, but she might have cut it out of a newspaper)

2-1/4 c beef broth
2-1/2 c chicken broth
1/4 c celery, diced
1/2 c onion, chopped (I like to use purple onion, but you can use whatever you have)
1/4 c chopped green pepper
1 c grated Swiss cheese
3/4 c sauerkraut, drained
1/4 c butter, unsalted
2 c 1/2 and 1/2 or milk
1 T cornstarch
1 c chopped corned beef!!
8 slices pumpernickel bread

Directions:

1. Saute celery, onion, green pepper in chicken and beef broth (about 3-5 minutes). Reduce heat and simmer until veggies are crisp-tender.
2. Remove from stove, blend in corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut.
4. Blend well.
5. In a double boiler well coated with remaining butter, stir the rest of the ingredients, stirrirng the rest of the time. Mix until smooth. Heat=--do not boil. Serve in bowl over a slice of "to die for" pumpernickel bread, a dollop of sour cream with a dash of French dressing, pumpernickel croutons. A Reuben sandwich in a bowl.

Note: Do NOT make this if you are addicted to Reuben sandwiches or corned beef.

The last time I made this, I added dill pickle juice and caraway seeds when I was making the soup 'base."
This looks devine! Love sauerkraut!!!!
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:20 AM   #64
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I can specifically remember at least two times in my life where I went to a restaurant, and when asked what I wanted for dessert, I ordered a second bowl of the soup which I had at the beginning of the meal.

In Maine , Corn Chowder ( when I was like 10 years old)
In Rhode Island, Lentil Soup ( this past summer)

And I almost always leave the chinese restaurant with an extra 2 quarts of Hot and Sour soup to take hom ( usually gone within a day)
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:29 AM   #65
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I can specifically remember at least two times in my life where I went to a restaurant, and when asked what I wanted for dessert, I ordered a second bowl of the soup which I had at the beginning of the meal.

In Maine , Corn Chowder ( when I was like 10 years old)
In Rhode Island, Lentil Soup ( this past summer)

And I almost always leave the chinese restaurant with an extra 2 quarts of Hot and Sour soup to take hom ( usually gone within a day)
I often order 2 helpings of soup instead of a main course when it's good
Almost all of our restaurants serve soup, it's very popular in SA.
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:12 AM   #66
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Gumbo's and Chowders. Although, I'm not fond of New England style because I dont like milk. At all!
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Old 01-03-2013, 03:24 PM   #67
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I'm in the mood for light smooth soups. Nothing chunky at the moment (doesn't go well with the flu) lol!
Maybe some cucumber soup or a good veggie broth, yum!
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:24 PM   #68
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With the flu you must have chicken soup. That's just given, not only it taste great it also helps with the symptoms.
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:28 PM   #69
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With the flu you must have chicken soup. That's just given, not only it taste great it also helps with the symptoms.
Thanks :) I know but I don't like it much. I had a hot toddy instead.
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Thanks :) I know but I don't like it much....
eh, you just never had a good chicken soup, that's why you don't like it. Next time you don't feel well, you fly out here to MN, I'll make chicken soup like you've never had before.
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