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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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    With Thanksgiving close at hand (early October in Canada and late November in the United States) this simple recipe helps utilize the inevitable turkey leftovers. Enjoy!

    Recipe #3157

    32 Reviews |  By Bev

    I was looking for a way to use up some leftover turkey - Lo and Behold I came up with this wonderful soup from the Food Network on Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller. Seeing as the holidays are right around the corner and there will be plenty of leftover turkey in our kitchens, I thought I would share my new found treasure with you ;) This recipe is super easy and tastes great! Your family will never know they are eating leftovers. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did.

    Recipe #144905

    The most charming place I have ever eaten was the Inn On Brushy Creek in Austin when I lived there in the mid 80's. It was a small house converted into a dining room and kitchen that only served 12 tables at a time and they were only open on the weekends. It was BYOB and the family cat was always basking on the hearth of the fireplace but would occasionally patrol the room looking for attention. The proprietors were a charming elderly male couple who would visit you tableside to make sure dinner was perfect, which it always was. You never knew what was on the menu for the evening because they changed the menu every weekend but the meals were always world class. You would have your choice of the fish, chicken, or beef. But- they always served this soup as a first course. After months of pleading and an impromptu performance of "Stand By Your Man" to a stunned but enthusiastic dinner crowd, they gave me the recipe and a standing ovation. Delighted but humiliated, I asked what the name of the House Soup really was, and they said, "Two Old Queens Soup!" The dining room roared with laughter. That was the most enjoyable meal I ever had.

    Recipe #162173

    This is an adaptation of a dish served at the Signaterhof in the town of Signat. I have yet to try it, but it’s screaming the “make me” chant from the pages of my newest Saveur magazine. (Oct. 06)

    Recipe #190031

    The preparation time for this recipe is shortened and simplified by using a pressure cooker. The dumplings are light, delicate and poach quickly. This is served on name days. In Ukraine, name day celebrations overshadowed birthday celebrations. One's name day simply was the day of the saint whose name one bore, or sometimes the day on which one was named.

    Recipe #82977

    26 Reviews |  By treko

    I found this on the net last year and have made it too many times to count. Best soup recipe I think I have!

    Recipe #17222

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

    Recipe #79563

    A staple recipe if you feel energetic and don't like the bought stuff. This is my basic chicken soup to which I then add some chopped vegetables and noodles. Time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #128165

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Hot veal soup is wonderful served with Popovers or garlic bread on a cold day. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (December, 1982)

    Recipe #75035

    29 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This has been a favorite in our home for many years. Great on those cold winter days. Serve with fresh homemade rolls for a complete meal.

    Recipe #99870

    This is so good on a cold winter day! No bought soups come close to the wonderful taste of homemade soups! This recipe comes from my Mennonite Country-Style Cookbook.

    Recipe #299972

    This yummy soup is a great one pot, fast fix meal. Wonderful for those busy weekdays or any day. Created for RSC 9.

    Recipe #211570

    3 Reviews |  By LA Chef

    Go to Wal-Mart (or your local grocery store) and buy one of those cheap oven roasted chickens (any flavor will work, but lemon-pepper is the best in my book...) Enjoy a meal with the chicken, then toss it in the fridge. The next day, you have the perfect chicken soup chicken in the fridge! I like it because it is dirt cheap and provides me 2 meals. Plus the soup is better than anything in a can!

    Recipe #190885

    Look for barley in the grocery aisle by rice. It is very economical and tasty, and you'll be amazed how filling this soup is. Sprinkle with a little Parmesan and you can be in Weight Watcher heaven.

    Recipe #203822

    This was originally a WW recipe, from, I am guessing, the early 70s. I am pretty sure it has been altered somewhat, but it is super-easy and very tasty. We make it often in spite of its low calorie/low fat attributes ;-). My Nana always had a pot of it on the back burner because it was a “free” food, and boy, did the house smell good! Makes lots, but freezes well, also.

    Recipe #185071

    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

    So, it's four days after Thanksgiving and my leftover turkey is threatening to revolt and turn on me and my mother's in my ear "Make some stock, make some stock!" BAH! So. Soup. It's pretty darn easy, doesn't need much seasoning and is perfect for the After-Thanksgiving Cold that everyone seems to get at the same time. I just made a pot of this and started doling it out.

    Recipe #341246

    2 Reviews |  By LC6

    This is another of the dishes I've been brought up on. A warming, comforting dish, very nutritious and, without the dumplings, low in fat. The vegetables can be substituted, there are no hard and fast laws, after all, my nana makes it with whatever she has in the house! Feel free to experiment with combinations of vegetables. The only must is that the herbs are fished out before serving and that you serve with crusty buttered bread! I also like to liquidise some or all of the broth to give a thicker texture, though it then becomes vegetable soup. You may find you need more or less liquid--again, experiment.

    Recipe #38497

    My mom started making this soup after finding it in a magazine (?), but I made a few adaptions and here it is!

    Recipe #71085

    You can eat as much of this 0-point Weight Watchers cabbage soup as you like. It's so good for you.

    Recipe #128956

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