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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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    So comforting on a cold day! I love to just throw this together in the morning and let the delicious smell fill up my house. Everyone I have ever given this recipe to has fell in love with it, definitely a keeper!

    Recipe #254683

    I now have my crock-pot 6 months. Because I don't need it as a time saver I have not used as much as I thought I would. But, it is great to make good chicken stock and I use it for that purpose a lot. I let the crock-pot do this during the night. My crock-pot is 3 liter/quart so a small one, adjust the ingredients to the size pot you are using and use your own judgement. I find it handy to freeze some of the stock in ice-cube bags for sauces. If you do not have all the ingredients on the list...it does not matter, you also do not have to follow the amounts exactly, be creative and add other veg or more of the same, or what you have in the fridge and think is suitable for making this recipe, just let it cook slowly to get a great rich stock. Have fun with this and enjoy the result!

    Recipe #55282

    Nothing beats the flavor of homemade chicken stock. But some recipes are intimidating for the home cook. Here's a no-fuss way to make it that doesn't require you to be there to attend it half the day. Unlike some recipes that yield gallons, this gives you a nice, manageable 2qts in a concentrated, jellied form that can be diluted to 4 qts if you want to. You can use the carcasses from any kind of cooked chicken that doesn't have breading, tomato sauce, or strong spices like curry or hot sauce on it. You don't have to have the giblets, but if you thought to save them the stock will be better.

    Recipe #219819

    Another of my aunt's recipes. Great for those cold nights.

    Recipe #50144

    I got this recipe from a newsletter (via email). This recipe is courtesy of Linda Dixon. I made it and I loved it. If you like a cream-type of potato soup and dill, this is the one for you. Please feel free to tweak to your personal preferences, I did. I will post the recipe how I got it. The substitutions I made was instead of evaporated milk, I used about 5 oz. (1/3 of a 16 oz tub) of sour cream, and I used shredded carrots instead of sliced. Enjoy.

    Recipe #247626

    Got this one from my sister. This is also good made with deer or elk meat. Rutabaga needs to be cut small, because they take longer to cook. All those veggies!!! Has to be good for you!

    Recipe #17131

    A nice, easy dinner served with buttered rye bread. The wonderful flavor of stuffed cabbage without all the fuss.

    Recipe #118475

    If you like meatball soup this ones a keeper-stock and meatballs can be made a day ahead.

    Recipe #10231

    Came up with this one years ago, I have never seen another quite like it. Quick light and easy. If you are short on time this can be approximated with a package of pre-made potato soup with leftover boiled potatoes and lots of dill (dried or fresh) added.

    Recipe #157573

    Recipe #140374

    Another yummy recipe from Rachel Ray Show. This one is for dinner tonight. Picture to follow. ;) Looks Yummy though. I would use a 3 cheese blend - parm, asagio and romano myself as that is my fav. I will also use 1-2 8oz packages of Rising Moon Garlic and Basil frozen Gnocchi (depending on your preference)in place of the fresh since I could not locate fresh in the refrigerated grocery aisle here locally. May be only seasonally in my area. ;)

    Recipe #195613

    Everyone knows by now how much I hate Edith Gump but love her cooking. I only pretend to like her and take her phone calls so she will share her delicious recipes. This onion soup is ambrosia in a bowl.

    Recipe #173175

    Pronounced E-ru-le-vesh. After trying this you may never again get away with opening a can of condensed broth and pretending it's the real thing.

    Recipe #117008

    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

    I like this recipe because the pasta and other ingredients all cook in the same pan, so there is only one pan to wash. This is mildly spiced so the kids can enjoy it too. You can kick it up if you want.

    Recipe #95710

    It's a simple and easy dish to prepare.

    Recipe #65565

    84 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is a popular soup served at the Summer Kitchen near Ephraim, WI. It is thick and delicious. I've modified it somewhat by adding the thyme and pepper for even more flavor. It freezes very well.

    Recipe #36797

    2 Reviews |  By Kim1

    This is so good and easy to make and the house smells good while you are cooking this.The prrp time includes soaking of the beans. I also soak the beans in hot water.

    Recipe #52660

    1 Reviews |  By acerast

    I enjoy looking through older recipe books for hidden gems. Here is one from Woman's Day: Famous French Cookery (1969) that is sure to please.

    Recipe #228851

    3 Reviews |  By ~Naner~

    Delicious and fast soup gets you in and out the kitchen fast on weeknights.

    Recipe #29398

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