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    Endless Soup and Stock Pot

    Soup is real comfort food to me. I can make a meal of soup and bread (put enough carbs in the soup and I'll even skip the bread). On the cover: my Creamy Cabbage Soup
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    I made this up one day when I wanted some old-fashioned tasting chicken soup without all the bother and I love it.

    Recipe #15063

    I make soup like this based on what's freshest, and what I have on hand. More of a technique than a real recipe, but always light and satisfying. You can use more ingredients than specified, but will need more broth, too.

    Recipe #172373

    In Italy, no good cook would even consider throwing away stale bread when it can be used to thicken an earthy and awesomely delicious soup like this one. Whole wheat, rye, sourdough, even white-all will do! Yum! Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook.

    Recipe #264430

    I found this in the fall TOH magazine. It looks awesome. I havent tried yet but I will as soon as it starts getting cold outside.I will probably use more bacon than what the recipe calls for but its up to you.

    Recipe #183948

    56 Reviews |  By Kat

    Very filling, tasty, and easy to make. For best results, buy a good, very smokey bacon from a butcher shop.

    Recipe #12662

    From "The Best of Cooking Light" cookbook. Very good, low cal recipe, and very satisfying!

    Recipe #150661

    A hearty soup that tastes simply fabulous.

    Recipe #77316

    This recipe is from another web site. It is like O'Charley's Loaded Potato Soup. In fact, I prefer this recipe over the real thing. Times are a guess.

    Recipe #69015

    From Barefoot Contessa Family Style cookboo, 2002.

    Recipe #202419

    I adore this recipe, I have made it with beef and lamb leftovers. This recipe was given to me by my friend, Terrilee.

    Recipe #204774

    29 Reviews |  By Derf

    A very good hearty soup, serve as a meal with crusty rolls. Freezes well.

    Recipe #13187

    From recipegoldmine.com.

    Recipe #325881

    Strong and deeply flavoured, the best base for many recipes. This is almost sodium free. Prep time doesn't include overnight chill time.

    Recipe #127504

    This came from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. I havent tried it yet but it sounds yummy.

    Recipe #122536

    All of you "Zaarites" know what C.O.R.N. means, but for those of you that might not, it means C lean O ut R efrigerator N ight. I had a lot of leftover veggies and some frozen cooked chicken and I came up with this. If you like a soup with lots of noodles and a lot of chicken, this might be what you are hunting for. The longer you let in simmer after adding the pasta, the better it tastes. If you try it I hope you enjoy it. Posted March 11th, 2006.

    Recipe #159465

    This is my favourite soup. It's my friend Judy's mothers recipe. I have changed it slightly to accommodate my family's taste. This is very easy to make and keeps well.

    Recipe #85500

    I'm a chili fan, and over umpteen years of making the stuff, this is my present method. I've posted it in my "Camping" thread, but thought it should get shown on the Board as well, in order that a wider group should have access to it. Chili is what you want to make it, but this stuff tastes pretty good, has both Mexican and American influences, but is a simple thing to make for dinner after getting home from work; mind it does taste better the next day, also freezes well!

    Recipe #184742

    I have 10kg of onions in my cupboard, the same of potatoes and a ham bone I needed to use. Here's what I came up with and i must say it's very tasty.

    Recipe #118691

    Found this one on Allrecipes.com I am looking forward to trying it-sounds yummy! Could add some chicken to add to the recipe.

    Recipe #245696

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