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    Soup Night

    Every couple of weeks, we have "soup night". This cookbook includes chili recipes as well.
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    Awesome flavors with all my favorite ingredients. This came from the Hillshirefarm.com website, and it fills the bill as a wonderful comfort food, especially on cool days. Enjoy!

    Recipe #61889

    Yummy soup great with garlic bread for dunking

    Recipe #469208

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    from www.McCormick.com The roasting of the spices really adds depth to this mild chili. Great served with cornbread and shredded cheese. Now, if your looking for 5-alarm firehouse hot chili, we suggest trying Recipe #395692 or Recipe #389618 :)

    Recipe #395729

    24 Reviews |  By Derf

    Quick, tasty, nourishing, soup, add a little zip, if you like, a dash of red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #21737

    This is yummy, and can be made as healthy or unhealthy as you like by using full ingredients, or substituting low fat, low sodium items.

    Recipe #23404

    4 Reviews |  By ATM 67

    I remember going over to my grandparents' house as a child, and quite often, they would be making vegetable soup. They grew up in the country, outside of towns with populations under 200. They both were in their teens when the stock market crashed and The Great Depression started (Oct29, 1929). Anyway, what started as foods of necessity for them became dishes they loved. They always kept plenty of fresh veggies on hand (quite often they came for their garden), and it was not uncommon for those veggies to make their way into a homemade soup. I come from a different age, and one day when I was feeling a bit nostalgic for my grandparent's soup, I went to my cupboard and grabbed my cans of veggies. This is my version of their soup. All of the cans I use in this recipe, except for the tomato paste & optional tomato sauce are #303 cans, the ones that usually contain between 14 & 18 ounces of stuff in them, depending on what's in them.

    Recipe #127763

    A chef made this at a cooking class in the upstairs room at the supermarket in town. When I looked over the recipe, I thought "I'm not going to like this". When I watched the prep & the end result, I thought "I'm not going to like this". She served it over a combination of white & brown rice with a side salad. Was I ever wrong. I liked it very much & I will be making it for my DH very soon!

    Recipe #56201

    The winning recipe from a Rachael Ray Magazine chili cook-off!

    Recipe #288989

    Good for what ails you! Even better the next day. From Cooking Light Magazine.

    Recipe #227889

    This is a recipe that I found on the Dei Fratelli tomato website. I make it quite often in the winter and usually put it in the crockpot after I've put it all together.

    Recipe #250757

    Recipe #61291

    This is a thick & hearty chili recipe for those cold, wintry nights. Adjust the seasoning and heat level to your liking.

    Recipe #216709

    9 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    This is the way my Grandma made barley soup (she also made a version using beef stew meat). Great on a cold day served with a crusty French bread.

    Recipe #452806

    Ideal for leftover turkey, and full of vegetables.

    Recipe #468527

    this is from Better Homes and Gardens Slow-Cooker Meals cookbook Serves: 4

    Recipe #210550

    A football weekend/cold weather family favorite.

    Recipe #26001

    26 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is a white chili, using leftover cooked turkey or chicken, with a nice spicy kick. This is strickly a white chili, no tomatoes, red beans, or chili powder of any kind.

    Recipe #105071

    I got this recipe from my best friend's family. This is the easiest chicken tortilla soup! It's not exactly traditional or authentic - but it's delicioso!

    Recipe #407396

    This soup has lots of veggies and is low in fat but very tasty. I got this recipe from Top Secret Recipes website. Yum! From www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #158386

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