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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 Gluten Free Roasted Chicken Stock a few days ago in order to help my husband and myself recuperate from the sniffles we each seem to have picked up last week. We're recovering quite quickly. http://www.elanaspantry.com/how-to-roasted-chicken-stock/

    Recipe #390763

    Ronnie's was a great Jewish type deli restaurant on Highway 50 on the east side of Orlando. I have fond memories of it from the early 80's on. Sometime in the 90's, I think, it closed. They used to have stainless bowls on the tables with pickles, sauerkraut, pickled beets, etc. I don't live in the Orlando area any more, but my mom does and she cut this recipe out of the Orlando Sentinel for me from a column they have called "Thought You'd Never Ask" where they get recipes from local restaurants. I haven't made this myself yet, but I thought I'd put it here for safekeeping. I will also add this Test Kitchen note: "We used only 1/2 cup sugar preparing this recipe. That amount could even be cut back to 2 tablespoons."

    Recipe #384076

    This is a variation of a recipe I found on here. So yummy. True Comfort food. I have also made this using homemade noodles and it turns out fantastic. Also, if you have left overs, refrigerate them and the next day the broth thickens to a sort of gravy making it even better imo.

    Recipe #378295

    8 Reviews |  By Dantana

    My mom has cooked this as long as I can remember- I don't know where the recipe started. She sent me to college with the recipe and after 15 years I've not been able to top it. Recipe requests come after every serving. It is even better the second day, but it normally doesn't last that long in our house! A perfect comfort food!

    Recipe #357242

    This is homemade goodness! I was disappointed by the number of recipes I saw with bouillon or broth in them. My favorite chicken soup is made with a whole chicken, water, and veggies... and the taste is pure and delicious. No MSG or other fillers getting in the way. To make this truly from scratch, you could make your own egg noodles as well (try recipe # 95311) but pre-packaged ones do fine too. Adjust the noodle amount to how you like it... either a lot of noodles or a little. Enjoy this soup when you are under the weather or just as a warm comfort food. We love it served with a nice crusty bread with butter. Oh, and my 2 year old loves this too! It's perfect for little fingers and noodles and veggies are soft for them to chew.

    Recipe #354922

    I created this on a busy hockey weekend - I wanted something warm to come home to after spending a long day at the hockey rink. This was just the ticket... and I got to clean out my cupboards too!

    Recipe #349271

    This is the best that (in over 50 years) I have EVER tasted. Please don't leave out the spices---makes the soup.

    Recipe #348436

    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

    From a cookbook called The Complete Guide to Country Cooking. This is the one of the best soups I have ever had! The paprika gives it a nice red color and it is very thick and filling on a cold winter's night.

    Recipe #337229

    This is a hit in my household, specially when someone has the cold or the flu. It tastes like it takes all day to make it thanks to the store-bought frozen homemade noodles and a pre-cooked herb flavored rotisserie chicken! Try it, I guarantee you'll like it. It is basic, yet so comforting an on the table in 1 hour. P.S. We also top it off with more black pepper and parmesan cheese. And I sometimes throw in some green beans too.

    Recipe #337102

    Perfect on a COLD winter's day. Soup doesn't have to take all day to taste great. This is easy enough to prepare after working all day and still tastes homemade.

    Recipe #336723

    This recipe is almost as good as the Goulash soups we devoured when we lived in Germany. Not very diet friendly but warms the soul on wintery Canadian nights LOL I am not sure of exact servings but it always fed a family of 4 with some leftovers.

    Recipe #334146

    Here's another chicken recipe frommy personal computer cache. Do not use a crock pot for this unless you have a REALLY BIG one! This sotck can be used in many different ways. The directions may seem daunting but they are just to aquaint you with the possibilities of ingredients. Most of the time is for cooking.

    Recipe #328198

    5 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    If Alton created it, it must be good. And for Alton, this recipe is unusually simple. ;)

    Recipe #327372

    I've tried many potato soup recipes and most all of them have been pretty good. This one, however, it absolutely the best. It is truly a treat. All you need to go with it are some crusty rolls and a green salad and you have an excellent meal.

    Recipe #311848

    Intrigued by a packet of fresh poultry herbs I found at the store, this recipe uses Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (which reminded me of the Simon and Garfunkel song, inspiring the name for this soup). Aside from the bouillon, there is no added salt needed, as the flavor is lovely without it.

    Recipe #290769

    Very easy to make. Nice for kids since it not too spicy. If you want it more "soupy" add more liquid.

    Recipe #284632

    This is a great spin on the perfect winter comfort food. I received this recipe from a fellow WW member. It is only 2.5 pts per 1 generous cup serving. Enjoy!

    Recipe #280699

    2 Reviews |  By wyojess

    A fast and delicious soup with the added touch of homemade egg noodles. Check out my other recipes for whole-wheat noodles, if you'd rather. Really good way to use up chicken left over from Sunday night dinner.

    Recipe #266243

    This is a fun soup that uses frozen (Mrs. T's brand) Pierogies. It's quick and easy. The cut-up pierogies release the potato filling and help to thicken the soup.

    Recipe #265210

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