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    from 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes. This would freeze well. This is meant to be a first course dish.

    Recipe #391399

    A extremely wonderful soup from Simon Hopkinson's "roast chicken and other stories". Great on a cold day.

    Recipe #61615

    This looks divine... I got it from Cant wait to try it!

    Recipe #351172

    This soup was created on a windy, stormy fall evening, when all I wanted to do was come home from work and make something satisfying yet quick and easy. It's "soulful" because you don't have to hurt a soul to prepare it; it's quite vegetarian-friendly. Of course, the ingredients can be modified to accommodate carnivores - use real bacon instead of bacon bits, or beef broth instead of vegetable broth. For less sodium, you can prepare your own broth, or use just water. The spiciness can also be adjusted to individual tastes, but I like it just like this. Don't be afraid of the amount of Tabasco sauce here; you're using Tabasco's new chipotle variety - kind of like a spicy steak sauce that can be used as a condiment. I like to serve this with saltine crackers, or garlic bread (with or without ooey, gooey cheese!). One other note: don't add salt to beans while they're cooking. It can interfere with the cooking process and make them take longer to finish. Always add salt to beans after they're tender.

    Recipe #76250

    I was hunting through my fridge one day and these ingredients where what I had on hand. I love this soup because the sweet potato gives just enough sweetness and a velvety texture. It's perfect on a cold day with some crusty bread and a salad.

    Recipe #196723

    From Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmanglij. This is untrried by me so far, but I plan on making it this winter sometime. I'm wating to see if I get a handheld blender for Christmas.

    Recipe #343599

    From the book Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook.

    Recipe #290714

    This soup freezes wonderfully for upto 3 months. It's also great with a handful of mixed seeds stirred in.

    Recipe #196565

    This is a heart warming soup perfect for cold days. Simple to make and It freezes beautifully. If you don't find mascarpone you may substitute with Nestles Cream or double cream.

    Recipe #327030

    This spicy, tasty soup is something a bit different and easy to assemble. The bright orange-fleshed sweet potato is not only attractive to the eye, but tastes beautiful. We loved it when my brother served it and begged the recipe from him. For best results, use Thai-style sweet chili sauce.

    Recipe #63311

    9 Reviews |  By Evie*

    Full of flavour!

    Recipe #13817

    More comfort food for a cold winter night! Credit goes to Darlene King, a Cordon Bleu-trained chef who owns a gourmet food shop in Port Hope, Ontario.

    Recipe #83517

    This recipe is one prepared by Jeannie Rankin on Saturday Kitchen. I have not tried it yet myself but it looks and sounds delicious and I plan on trying it very soon

    Recipe #189488

    12 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This creamy, chunky, cheesy, smoky, spicy soup will warm up anyone on a cold night! Total Comfort food! "Will soothe any soul"! I used roasted garlic but fresh will be great too. Take note I used no salt because I found the ham did it job. You're welcome to season as you wish.

    Recipe #146713

    1 Reviews |  By Alskann

    This is a Better Homes & Garden recipe. Wonderful flavors. I like to serve it with a dollop of creme fraiche on top of each serving.

    Recipe #266966

    This is my husband's all time favorite Thai soup - but up until now, I haven't been able to recreate it at home. I've played around with several versions to come up with this one. The authentic ingredients make a HUGE difference - although you can use substitutions, of course, it does affect the outcome. I have been able to find the galangal root (much preferred over ginger!!), the lemongrass, and the kaffir lime leaves at my local asian market. Yum yum yum, worth the extra shopping trip!

    Recipe #303281

    My mother got this recipe from one of her "Women's magazines". It has been a favorite ever since. It can also be served over couscous.

    Recipe #299025

    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

    5 Reviews |  By winkki

    Another recipe from the New England Soup Factory, known for their hearty and unusual combinations. The roasted leeks lend a smoky spice to the normally mild spinach and zucchini. I loved to get this when we lived in Boston; at least this way I can make it here in TX. From the Boston Globe paper in 1998.

    Recipe #95190

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