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    Soup & Stews & Chilis

    Cool Fall or winter days, warm crusty bread and a good bottle of wine; Washington of course!! What could be better.
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    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Sweet potato soup southwest style! The recipe is from El Paso Inside Magazine.

    Recipe #163042

    This is based on a recipe from Ken Hom's Quick & Easy Chinese Cooking. He says in its intro: "This soup is a year-round favorite of mine because it can be made successfully with canned tomatoes, one of the few processed foods I find acceptable, so you need not wait for fresh tomatoes to come into season. Of course, it is delicious made with fresh ripe tomatoes when they are available at a reasonable price, and they also need little preparation and cook quickly. This is a refreshing soup that makes a sparkling first course. On hot summer days, try serving it at room temperature. For a Southeast Asian touch, add 2 tablesppoons lemon juice. The soup reheats successfully." My picky DH really likes it! :)

    Recipe #377142

    This recipe is VERY EASY and DELICIOUS. Please disregard the person that wrote a bad review. That person has no recipes posted and no other reviews. I believe that individual is mentally ill. This recipe is WONDERFUL !!! If you have any questions e-mail me at: Alan Leonetti@q.com

    Recipe #149210

    Use your microwave to make this quick, tasty soup.

    Recipe #308010

    The easiest noodle recipe I know. Tasty too. Great for chicken and noodles. There is nothing quite like homemade. Time includes 2 hours of drying time.

    Recipe #31041

    Take two frustrating attempts to make a different stuffed green pepper soup and a wonderful blizzardy day and you end up with a soup that mirrors a stuffed green pepper, exactly! There's nothing like dogged determination and lots of time to get something right. I wanted a rich sweet pepper soup that had the delicate flavour of tomatoes and the ability to bite into a meat/rice mixture, just like a real stuffed pepper. This recipe is two parts: first, the Porcupine Meatballs, which can be made a day or two ahead. Then, the Tri-Colour Pepper Soup, which is a stand alone soup that I've been making, and enjoying, for years. If you enjoy a lot of meat, you might want to double the meatball recipe; for our tastes, this is perfect, with 4-5 meatballs served in each bowl. The taste of this soup is quintessential 1950's style Stuffed Green Peppers. If you can tolerate more heat, then jazz it up to your hearts content! This way, you won't find the recipe "too bland", which is how we like it---pure comfort food straight from Leave It To Beaver. Enjoy the meatballs or enjoy the pepper soup, or, enjoy them blended together for the best of all worlds with this stuffed pepper soup! Using the three colours of peppers just adds some fun and depth to it.

    Recipe #412447

    This is the best chili recipe I have ever tried. I'm not sure where the recipe originated, but it is amazing! Sometimes, I don't bother adding all four cans of the kidney beans and it still turns out wonderful. Once anyone tastes this chili, they will be begging for the recipe!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #73166

    This is classic French Onion soup with a twist. The recipe comes from the Orchard's restaurant in Sedona, Arizona. It's a big recipe but obviously can be cut down.

    Recipe #178395

    Taste of Home. Beautiful presentation. Excellent for fall celebrations. I usually add bay leaf and dried thyme or marjoram to the stew. You can add whatever spices/herbs you prefer.

    Recipe #32467

    I don't know where I got this recipe, but I've been making it for 25 or 30 years. My ex-MIL's boyfriend was at the excruciating end of his terminal pancreatic cancer, and I made some for him, in the hope that he could tolerate maybe THIS, as he couldn't seem to tolerate anything else. It did the trick, and he spent his final days having bowl after bowl of this, and loving every spoonful.

    Recipe #387210

    Rachael's Recipe Notes: Yes, you are reading the ingredients correctly - fennel seed, ground cinnamon and unsweetened baking cocoa are what make this delicious! I make this in a 4 quart stainless steel pan on the stove top, but after sweating the onions and peppers and browning the meat, if you want to put this in a crockpot and cook on LOW for 4 to 5 hours, it's just as good! If you like, you can add a can of diced tomatoes, undrained (15 to 16 ounces), at the same time you add the tomato paste. Sometimes my family likes the diced tomatoes, sometimes they don't. I serve this with homemade jalepeno cornbread and/or crispy tortilla strips.

    Recipe #385067

    This was in our newpaper today and it sounded so good I wanted to share. I will be making it soon. The recipe is from the "Georgia Grille" an awesome little restaurant in Atlanta.

    Recipe #21193

    Dad was a terrific cook, down-home done gone gourmet kinda cook. He was in the country club restaurant bidness in Texas and Arkansas and loved his work.

    Recipe #315051

    The most charming place I have ever eaten was the Inn On Brushy Creek in Austin when I lived there in the mid 80's. It was a small house converted into a dining room and kitchen that only served 12 tables at a time and they were only open on the weekends. It was BYOB and the family cat was always basking on the hearth of the fireplace but would occasionally patrol the room looking for attention. The proprietors were a charming elderly male couple who would visit you tableside to make sure dinner was perfect, which it always was. You never knew what was on the menu for the evening because they changed the menu every weekend but the meals were always world class. You would have your choice of the fish, chicken, or beef. But- they always served this soup as a first course. After months of pleading and an impromptu performance of "Stand By Your Man" to a stunned but enthusiastic dinner crowd, they gave me the recipe and a standing ovation. Delighted but humiliated, I asked what the name of the House Soup really was, and they said, "Two Old Queens Soup!" The dining room roared with laughter. That was the most enjoyable meal I ever had.

    Recipe #162173

    Ciorba is a sour soup from Romania enjoyed by the people especially in winter. It can be done by sauteeing the veggies or without and can add vermicelli noodles in the end. Serve with sour cream.

    Recipe #353183

    8 Reviews |  By Axe

    This is "Hands Down" the best I've ever made! The thyme is what sets it appart. The garlic will end up very mild. Use less if you like. (I have now edited the recipe to include corn starch to thicken the broth. This of course is optional)

    Recipe #183782

    86 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Start this Sunday Morning and your ready for kick-off!

    Recipe #11919

    This outstanding soup recipe is from the Front Street Brewery in Wilmington, North Carolina. It's quick, easy and SO delicious!

    Recipe #174011

    This IS a WONDERFUL SOUP. And look at the list, just a few ingredients! I came up with lots of GREAT ideas for the contest, but when I asked my friends what they liked best, they always mentioned this humble soup! How funny is that? The rum really makes a difference. It is added at the very end, so if you have kids at the table and you're worried about it, just serve them first and add the rum later. You may want to leave it out altogether, but just let me tell you one more time that the RUM IS a LOVELY ADDITION. I use Patak's curry paste which is available in Asian stores where I live. Madras is labelled as a hot paste and Korma as mild. I've also tried a Patak's paste called HOT/TRES EPICE which I do NOT RECOMMEND.

    Recipe #161324

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