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    Nothing could be finer when your spirits start to droop... Than to dip your spoon into a nice big bowl of tasty soup!
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    Plan ahead this method takes 2 days to create the best most richest flavorful stock, far better and cheaper than any canned broth, once you try this you will never purchase cans of broth again! --- this can be done either on a stove top or in a crock pot but start the stock firstly on the stove top then transfer to a crock pot --- the same method may be used for turkey stock use the carcass and leftover legs, thigh and wing bones from your roasted turkey in place of the chicken pieces, also save your carcass and bones from roasted chickens and freeze them to throw in the pot, roasted bones will produce a richer golden colored stock but uncooked chicken works just as well --- I freeze the cooled cooked broth in 2 or 4-cup plastic freezer containers and store in the freezer until ready to use, you may do a quick defrost in the microwave when needed --- yield depends on size of pot and how much water is used, use this broth to make the best tasting chicken soup, don't remove the skins from onions they add color and taste to the stock adding in another onion won't hurt :)

    Recipe #118258

    This is my favorite recipe for stock. Different in that it uses a whole chicken which is cooked until done, then removed, and bones are then returned to pot for stock. Kills two birds with one stone, getting about 4 cups of tender chicken to use in your favorite recipe and about 6 cups stock which can be used immediately or frozen. Note the stock is refrigerated overnight to thoroughly remove fat.

    Recipe #118881

    I make this every couple of months to have chicken stock/broth on hand for recipes. I can use the cooked chicken for recipes, and all the sodium and preservatives are eliminated from my chicken stock. The smell in your house while this is cooking will make you hungry! It smells wonderful. For convenience, I freeze the stock into ice cube trays and then put them into freezer bags. 5 to 6 cubes is equal to one cup. The stock will be good in the freezer for about 6 months.

    Recipe #328649

    A very simple recipe, can be easily double.

    Recipe #242430

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

    Recipe #38298

    For ideal flavor, allow the gazpacho to sit in the refrigerator overnight before serving. Red wine vinegar can be substituted for the sherry vinegar. Serve the soup with additional extra-virgin olive oil, sherry vinegar, ground black pepper, and diced vegetables

    Recipe #437977

    Ajiaco is a typical dish in Colombia. It has a lot of potatoes since Bogota is in the mountains and potatoes are plentiful. This recipe calls for yucca which can be found in the produce section or frozen (Goya). If you cannot find it, just use Yukon gold potatoes, both will all but disintegrate and thicken the broth. Corn on the cob is cut into 1 inch rounds and thrown into the soup. They are easier to cut if you rotate the corn, eventually the cob will break. Once you remove the cover, you'll get a burst of sweet corn aroma. An avocado half is served either on the side, so you can take a spoonful of avocado and dip it in the soup.

    Recipe #385005

    My parents grow a lot of vegetables. Although I live quite far away from them and neither of us has a car, I sometimes see my sister. Last time I saw her she gave me a savoy cabbage from my parents. Not being a big fan of cabbages, I was quite happy to find this Curried Cabbage Soup in the new edition of the Swiss cooking magazine called 'KOCHEN' (November 2005). I love spices and I enjoy nearly every dish with curry powder or paste in it. I used a recently bought Sri Lankan curry powder, which - as I found out - happens to be very very hot. The second time I prepared this soup I used half a tablespoon of the Sri Lankan and half a tablespoon of a mild curry powder. This soup makes a lovely starter or a nice meal.

    Recipe #145481

    A thick and hearty cabbage/potato soup which is just perfect for those cold winter nights.

    Recipe #34601

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com I got this copycat recipe off of Top Secret Recipes site.I love Friday's Black Bean Soup because of its spiciness and I was so happy to find this! This is so easy to prepare! You can make this soup on the stovetop or in the slow cooker.I brought this soup to a boil on the stove and then put it in the slow cooker and let it simmer on low for 2-3 hours. If you like black bean soup, you're gonna love this!

    Recipe #102274

    This is a great soup with a twist. It makes a great evening meal during fall and winter. It is from the Peach Tree Tea Room Cookbook.

    Recipe #41934

    I first learned to like this soup at a Chinese restaurant called Nong Chin's in Marion Illinois. I had to try my hand at copying it, as I love it--this is the result. AND these people DO NOT give out their recipes.

    Recipe #22330

    To make slicing the pork chop easier, freeze it for 15 minutes. We prefer the distinctive flavor of Chinese black vinegar; look for it in Asian supermarkets. If you can't find it, a combination of red wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar approximates its flavor. This soup is very spicy. For a less spicy soup, omit the chili oil altogether or add only 1 teaspoon. Recipe stolen from the PBS cooking program America's Test Kitchen. This is an excellent soup.

    Recipe #323234

    Saw it on Guy's Big Bite & it looked delicious!

    Recipe #464924

    This is another vegan soup from Compassion Over Cruelty. Not necessarily low in fat, but definitely still good for you and high in protein.

    Recipe #205442

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Found this at the Weber sight and tweeked. You've got corn, jalapenos, potatoes, bacon, onions in a creamy spicy soup! Warming Comfort Food!

    Recipe #116160

    I got this recipe from Allrecipes where Christine Benjamin submitted it. I have tweaked it to my families taste and we adore it! Nothing better on a cold winter evening.

    Recipe #52508

    Great hearty soup . . with fresh bread it's a meal in itself. The original recipe came from Keegan's, a local restaurant in Phoenix, however I've made modifications to it over the years. Lighter version can be made by cooking the potatoes in 2 1/4 cups broth.

    Recipe #169671

    I love anything with roasted poblano peppers in it; and add corn . . . Yummy! This is a combination of a couple different recipes I found and decided to add this one to my collection of corn soup recipes!

    Recipe #344755

    I personally dislike broccoli, but I can eat the whole pot of this marvelous soup! HINT: If you add a good dose of Garam Masala it gives the soup oomph without detracting from its flavor.

    Recipe #60065

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