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    They serve this at a little cantina near where I live. Doesn't look so good, but the taste is fabulous.

    Recipe #39788

    I found this at a vegetarian Middle eastern recipe site & it was different enough to submit for my own NA*ME cookbook.

    Recipe #185492

    8 Reviews |  By Molly53

    The Fasolatha (bean soup) Festival, originated in Florina, Macedonia, Greece, and is now a major cultural event in many Greek communities across the world. In the Northern hemisphere, the religious festival is traditionally observed near the start of winter - on St. Nicholas Day (during his lifetime he was known for giving sustenance to the poor). Food is a major part of the festival. Apart from Fasolatha (bean soup), Olives, Renga (smoked herring) freshly baked Florinian Bread (Pogatsa) Gyros, Souvlaki, Kebabs, and Loukoumathes (honey cinnamon - soaked donuts) are also served. Fasolatha is one of the heartiest dishes on the Greek vegetarian table, and a Lenten mainstay.

    Recipe #10885

    1 Reviews |  By FCR Gal

    This recipe comes courtesy of my MIL, Linda. I have not made this recipe yet, but think I will make it over the Thanksgiving holiday. My DH requested that I get this recipe from her and swears it is outstanding! 11-25-07 UPDATE: Made this the night before Thanksgiving for a quick and easy meal and it was great! Had a couple of issues with the chorizo sausage I bought because it turned out to not be in a casing, but other then that it was great. Would definitely make this again.

    Recipe #266011

    6 Reviews |  By loof

    A great and filling chili - adjust the chipotle chilis to your desired spiciness. Beef broth can be substituted for the beer if desired.

    Recipe #275983

    From the February 2005 issue of Real Simple magazine. This is a quick comfort food for cold days. You can substitute lima, cannellini, or borlotti beans for the great Northern beans in this recipe.

    Recipe #122193

    Mario Batali's that I've adapted to use a few more common ingredients...I wasn't much of a stew person until I tried this and was in love. This is so simple, caramelized, and rich, yet lighter due to the chicken stock, that it is now my goto stew recipe.

    Recipe #214250

    We love chickpeas so this recipe from Chef April Bloomfield of the Spotted Pig "gastro-pub" in Manhattan soon became one of our favorites.

    Recipe #133563

    17 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This soup is simply wonderful to take away the chill! Make it vegetarian by eliminating the sausage and substitute vegetable stock for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #12498

    This thick soup is a wonderful comfort food. It's easy to make, delicious and healthy! I know the spices sound strange, but the end result is an excellent savory soup. Good enough for company!

    Recipe #273838

    9 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a Mexican version of the old-fashioned chicken noodle soup.

    Recipe #138932

    I've gone to Carrabas many times just for this soup. A lady from my supper club happened to bring this in for our soup theme and it tasted exactly like Carrabas! I've substituted Italian turkey many times and you would never notice the difference. You might also want to sprinkle some fresh basil and Parmesan cheese on top. Its good with a crusty piece of bread!

    Recipe #162864

    A very hearty soup for chilly nights. I like to serve this soup with cornbread.

    Recipe #104687

    I created this recipe as a healthy, low fat meal for my vegetarian husband and I. Not only does the spinach and chickpeas provide vital vitamins and minerals, the chickpeas are good source of veggie protein. Serving this over a bed of couscous makes this a complete Moroccan dish. You can substitute the pre-packaged couscous if you like, though I prefer to buy it in the bulk containers and measure out the amount I want to use. This would be delicious with a dollop of light plain yogurt on top to temper the spice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #290185

    From Better Homes and Gardens' January 2008 issue - a "By the Bowlful Recipe".

    Recipe #278531

    An easy, satisfying cold-weather vegetable soup. Adapted from a Pampered Chef recipe.

    Recipe #77937

    This recipe is from The Garlic Lovers' Cookbook. A lady named Jo Stallard won first place at the Gilroy Garlic Festival back in 1980 with this recipe. I am listing the recipe as it appears in the cookbook. I have seen this recipe around the 'net, however, one key ingredient is being left out: Paprika. I think it makes a big difference in the flavor. I make it exactly as written, with the following substitutions: I use a can of Northern beans instead of garbanzo, I use red bell pepper instead of green, and I use fat free half and half instead of whipping cream. It is the most delicious soup I have ever tasted! I make it at least once a week. Great way to get your family to eat their veggies!

    Recipe #354149

    This is a quick, easy and tasty way to use up leftover ham and it's just the right amount for 2-3 people when served with a salad and crusty bread. I found this is a newspaper, I don't remember which one.

    Recipe #79476

    Truly, a wonderful soup!

    Recipe #48403

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