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    Savory Soups

    I love soups and stews, especially in the wintertime when it is snowing outside. Nothing like soup to warm you up! Also included are bread and rolls for dipping. {photo courtesy of - Carla -}
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    It's been proven...chicken soup is good when you're under the weather. So why not include it as part of a 'Feel Better Soon' gift basket. Add a book, a big soup mug and a pair of warm fuzzy socks. With this gift, and your good wishes, they'll be feeling better in no time. Created for the 2010 Category Craze-E Contest.

    Recipe #443129

    This soup is really yummy and healthy too! This makes a main dish accompanied by tortillas, or crusty french bread and a nice salad!Caribbean, Cuban, Mexican and Spanish influences! It really is best if the beans are soaked overnight.And depending on your cooker, the soup might need to be cooked longer.

    Recipe #53682

    When I had my liver transplant in Denver, CO there was a Gunther Toody's Diner across the street from the hotel where I stayed. There was a Black Bean Soup on the menu that I just loved. After coming home to Oklahoma, I have searched, in vain, for a Black Bean Soup that came even close to what the diner served. I finally searched recipes and have come up with my version that best copies Gunther Toody's.

    Recipe #151401

    My version of spicy French fish soup. The flavors came out best after sitting in the fridge for a few days! Makes a big batch...great for freezer.

    Recipe #381347

    Vegetarian chili? From a cowboy museum? Yup! It's delicious, even better the next day; and a best seller at the Golden Spur Cafe at the museum. The recipe was published in the reader request column of the Los Angeles Times.

    Recipe #353487

    Really healthy soup, good to use when there's no time to spend in the kitchen!

    Recipe #35988

    This is adapted from The Border Cookbook by Cheryl and Bill Jamison. I played with the original recipe a bit and have noted my additions as "optional."

    Recipe #276134

    This is the Portuguese Bean Soup that is sold at the annual Punahou Carnival which is always held in February. It it thick, and delicious! I found this recipe in the Honolulu Starbulletin and have used it with a large ham bone (leftover from Easter dinner) instead of ham hocks. Also, in Hawaii, we can find Portuguese sausage which is the same as linguica sausage.

    Recipe #295890

    20 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I thought this sounded interesting and something a bit different. Bon Appetit (December 2005)

    Recipe #147211

    This is my old fashioned style soup and is always enjoyed especially during the cold weather.

    Recipe #79563

    This vegetarian chili is less saucy than most people are used to, but even the staunchest meat eaters can appreciate how tasty and filling it is. It's also rich in nutrients and fiber.

    Recipe #187217

    This is easy to make and just as delicious

    Recipe #17318

    This is an adopted recipe. Hmmm... lookie, there's no mango here, yet. I aim to fix that, thanks. :) Gimme a bit o' time to take care o' that, eh! :)

    Recipe #7633

    1 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Another treasured recipe from our gourmet group. A simple dish with a wonderful combination of flavors that became a favorite of many presidential families including FDR and Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower.

    Recipe #21728

    We had our friends Masako and her husband from my hometown in Japan as guests for about 6 weeks last year. We toured the US - mostly the East Coast and the Southwest showing them all the fabulous sights. During our touring, Masako was introduced to potato and corn chowder and from that point on, every place we stopped she would ask me if the restaurant had corn and potato chowder. Knowing how much she loved this chowder, I knew exactly what I was going to make for her upon our return home. My favorite corn and potato chowder from one of the best places to eat bbq - Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse and Rochester, NY. We try to eat there anytime we are nearby visiting my nephew - the food is great, but I just love their cookbook. Every recipe I've tried from the book is sooo good! This recipe is not the exact copy from the book, but very close to it. This chowder will thicken if you refrigerate and may need to be thinned out by adding some water to your taste. Alternatively, if you prefer for dietary reason, you can substitute milk for half-and-half.

    Recipe #344622

    A firm favourite from the Chinese restaurant that you can make at home in minutes. This is the cheats version, so easy and tasty. This recipe uses crab sticks, not whole crab, and a few crab claws. Makes a great starter to your Chinese meal. If you don't have crab claws, a few peeled prawns also work well with this dish.

    Recipe #329136

    This is a hearty soup that could be the star of the meal or the meal itself. Very tasty. The chipotle in adobo can be found on the Latin aisles in most markets. CAUTION: use only 2 chipotle chilis NOT two cans of chile. The ale used in this recipe should be a dark ale or a hearty lager. I used Mississippi Mud Black and Tan--it was the only ale we had stashed in our "party emergency" refrigerator in the garage. I tasted a sip and decided, "hey, this isn't bad." I used one pint in the recipe and tasted two more pints while cooking. All the pints turned out to be delicious! Hic! Don't worry, the alcohol will cook away in the crock pot, but if you choose, taste your ale while cooking. Created for RSC #12 Contest.

    Recipe #330979

    A quick and easy dinner that's tasty, economical and doesn't leave you with too many dishes to wash! An Asian Style Chicken Noodle Soup. Submitted for "Dining on a Dollar Contest" using contest ingredients - November 2008. Add the red pepper flakes as an option if you like a hotter style soup, or alternately use a small red chilli finely diced and add with the chopped onion.

    Recipe #336759

    An older recipe from Sunset magazine. When I'm the only one home for supper, this is probably my favorite thing to make. It's a quick, soothing recipe, and I get to have leftovers for lunch the next day! Note: Zaar does not recognize "potstickers", but that's what I mean by stuffed wontons.

    Recipe #298837

    This is so easy to make from ingredients I keep on hand most of the time. It is hardy, filling, and inexpensive.

    Recipe #338488

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