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    I have just started adding recipes to this soup cookbook more will be coming. I enjoy clear soups mostly but on blustery day there is nothing better that a good :stick to the ribs: kind of soup
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    Hearty, thick soup that's a perfect something to do with your leftover holiday ham and bones. Use two bones with plenty of meat on them instead of the ham hocks. I make it every time we have two ham bones in the freezer and once I take most of the meat off, the dogs get the bones for a special treat, so they love when I make this too! Found it on the Food Network site, but I've tweaked it a bit.

    Recipe #364758

    A delicious low carb/dietetic version of an old classic.

    Recipe #168123

    4 Reviews |  By mewmew

    This recipe is very gourmet and is from Bobby Flay on FoodNetwork. A little work, but well worth it. Mostly vegetables and very hardy, it is even better left over! I use store-bought croutons, either Italian or Garlic/Cheese to top it off and a little Parmesan.

    Recipe #102998

    Was going to make a Hoppin' John soup but the pantry was empty of black-eyed peas so made this instead. I was pleased with the results but my "boys" (students) thought it lacked spice and added hot sauce.

    Recipe #349056

    I enjoy making and eating this soup. The "three pearls" are the chicken, peas and tomato. Three contrasting colors, textures and flavors. You can use ham instead of the tomato. The original recipe used 1/2 teaspoon of monosodium glutamate and 1-teaspoon chicken fat, to be added with the rice wine. I have never done that and it seems fine, but decide for yourself. This is an elegant starter for a Chinese dinner. Reheats well.

    Recipe #51910

    Hearty and satisfying, especially on a cold day. This belongs to my husband's grandmother. Enjoy.

    Recipe #223961

    1 Reviews |  By mmlwjr

    This is very hardy for a cold day, served with fresh buns for dinner or lunch.

    Recipe #74994

    This is a hearty, cold day soup. Have it for lunch or dinner. I love the addition of dried cranberries - it's like christmas dinner in a bowl (well not quite). You may use canned sweet potatoes, place them in the veggie broth bring to a boil and immediately add remaining ingredients-Quick & Easy soup to make This recipe was originally in our local TV Guide in the Chopping Block column It is also very versatile I have just made it using Veggie broth & Beef broth (yes with the chicken) added 1 tsp of Chili flakes and 1/2 tsp ginger powder - very nice flavor

    Recipe #85321

    Posted for ZWT III - Scandinavia from Cookbookwiki. Untested by me.

    Recipe #234831

    The leeks and carrots make this a sweet vegetable soup. If you want a very smooth soup you will have to push it through a sieve. Its low in calories and healthy. (I do like that swirl of cream though)

    Recipe #62997

    2 Reviews |  By Hadice

    A hearty soup that is great all year round. Perfect for a laid back dinner for two.

    Recipe #109459

    3 Reviews |  By Moody

    Anyone who's read the other recipes I've posted knows I'm a big fan of "Quick & Easy". This recipe is no different. Its from Diana Shaw's book, The Essential Vegetarian Cookbook.

    Recipe #26889

    A quick and easy dinner that's tasty, economical and doesn't leave you with too many dishes to wash! An Asian Style Chicken Noodle Soup. Submitted for "Dining on a Dollar Contest" using contest ingredients - November 2008. Add the red pepper flakes as an option if you like a hotter style soup, or alternately use a small red chilli finely diced and add with the chopped onion.

    Recipe #336759

    I created this dish one night just fiddling around. Everyone who tries it loves it, even those who hate spicy foods. My husband swears it is like Moroccan food, so I suggest serving it over cous cous.

    Recipe #134840

    This recipe is the tortilla soup we have had at Lisa's house. Very good and easy!

    Recipe #262114

    Back in 1993 my DM and I became lifetime members of WW. She revised the 0 point soup recipe. She won 1st place with it at her Office "Soup Cookoff" one year. I just dug it out because now I need it again. Zaar is not kind to your waist line. I also have revised her revision. It called for a can of Cajun stewed tomatoes which I can no longer locate. I now use 1 tsp Cajun spice but food.com won't accept it. Also changed a few other items to my liking.

    Recipe #278655

    With cold weather and Ramadan approaching this soup along with Morocco's national soup Harira will be daily staples here. Morocco is known for wonderful soups IF you use the authentic home cook's recipes!

    Recipe #139369

    2 Reviews |  By Lene

    I like to serve with those delicious root vegetable crisps you can buy now. Just drop a handful into the centre of each bowlful.

    Recipe #126862

    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

    I got this out of the National Enquirer in 1995-1996 when the soup diet originally came out. I don't remember the rules of the diet other than you could eat as much of this as you wanted.

    Recipe #105365

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