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    This may take a bit of time to make but it is one of my favourite comfort foods, especially on a nippy winter day. From Cooking for Diabetics by Michekke Berriedale-Johnson

    Recipe #30858

    This is adapted From David Thompsons Thai Food. It has become one of my all-time favorite soups. It is TDF. Adopted 9/06

    Recipe #52811

    1 Reviews |  By J. Ko

    A nice savoury cookie that goes well with almost any kind of soup; especially with a tomato based soup or with an autumn vegetable soup. Use fresh parmesan; do not use pre-grated parmesan in a can! If you do not like cumin, you can substitute dried thyme or rosemary.

    Recipe #221929

    1 Reviews |  By Terese

    Made the old fashioned way, this soup is delicious.

    Recipe #42110

    3 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    This soup is simple to prepare, robust and delicious. It's wonderful served with a good multigrain or rye bread.

    Recipe #160261

    I really got into roasted vegetables last winter so was thrilled when I discoverd this soup. What's especially nice is that roasting enhances the taste even of vegetables that aren't normally that flavorful, such as the tomatoes you get at the supermarket in the winter. If you don't have vegetable stock on hand, use water. If you like, garnish the soup by floating a couple fresh basil leaves in each bowl.

    Recipe #186477

    This is a clone of the Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana. Tried and true, approved by former Olive Garden chefs.

    Recipe #38298

    Truly the best soup I ever tasted. It's quick and easy and always turns out great. It's an adaptation of a recipe from a James McNair cookbook I found years ago and have been making it ever since. As you probably already know, if you like cheese soup to be as smooth as possible use processed cheese like Velveeta. Adding 1 cup of milk makes a richer soup, but it could be omitted and would still taste great.

    Recipe #111380

    A Moosewood recipe. I haven't tried it, but this is supposed to be rich and spicy. Don't skip the chopped scallions or chives!

    Recipe #134219

    Quick to make soup with a spicy kick. Another Moosewood recipe.

    Recipe #134240

    A delicious creamy – yet non-dairy – soup! "This soup is satisfying, but light. It's great for weekend suppers with a salad or sandwich." --Barbara Hansen, LA Times Staff Writer.

    Recipe #117144

    This broth is so flavorful and so authentic. It tastes sort of like the Vietnamese "Pho" beef noodle soup. The only thing missing is the star anise. This will make you look like a seasoned-cultured cook!

    Recipe #76963

    Melding a traditional cream of chicken soup with the classic Spanish almond soup called "cebollada con almendras" results in this rich and creamy mixture with pronounced almond overtones. This recipe is from The Chicken Soup Book by Janet Hazen.

    Recipe #96251

    We've enjoyed this very tasty, creamy mushroom soup for years. Now, at last, I've written down the recipe! This soup freezes well and can be thawed and reheated in the microwave.

    Recipe #182081

    When I went to Thailand and had this soup for the first time I think my whole world just flipped right over on me all at once--it was the most remarkable taste experience ever. The flavors just blew me away--piquant, sour, spicy, rich, amazing! You have to try it. And you can easily make either Tom Yam or Tom Ka with a simple substitution. This soup is simple to make, but what's tricky is having the ingredients on hand. Because I love this so much, I stockpile fish sauce, coconut milk and dried shiitake mushrooms. My hubby grows lemongrass in the garden year-round, and we have a lime tree that contributes a leaf here and there. You can make this without lime leaf and lemongrass, but add some lime zest to substitute. I think you are going to love this special and wonderful soup--one of the great wonders of the culinary world!

    Recipe #162077

    Don't let the amount of garlic in this put you off. Once garlic has been roasted it becomes very sweet and much less pungent.

    Recipe #182215

    An easy, non-traditional, satay version, of a favorite Vietnamese soup. If you prefer, use strips of sauteed chicken and chicken stock, instead of the fillet steak and beef stock in this recipe.

    Recipe #77841

    Sometimes you just don't have all day to make Vietnamese soup! You can have this made and in your hands in 15 minutes!

    Recipe #28377

    The best chicken soup I've ever eaten. This came from "The Frugal Gourmet On Our Immigrant Ancestors" by way of a friend of mine. It's easy to make, although you need to make sure you have all of the spices, and at least for me, they aren't the most common of spices. Having said that, you won't have any problem finding them in the local Safeway.

    Recipe #83983

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