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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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    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: My husband is really happy that I entered this contest if for no other reason than I was able to create this deliciously creamy Italian soup that now tops his list of favorite soups. It is a little labor intensive but I think you will agree that it is well worth the effort when you see how much everyone enjoys it.

    Recipe #475702

    A hearty meatless meal for a cool fall evening - chili and cornbread all in one!

    Recipe #441361

    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

    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 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

    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

    Adapted from www.auntpurplescooking.com - I like to use boneless, skinless chicken thighs for this, but you can use breasts too.

    Recipe #348668

    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

    I found this recipe in a book called "Great American Favorite Brand Name Cookbook" and I have not tried it yet, but I'm trying to get some stuff up here before I have to return the book. So if anyone tries it and has any comments, let me know. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #315581

    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

    This sounds like a really good black bean soup...though I love most ALL black bean soup! I'll update once I've tried it. I'm posting this for ZWT 4. This is a recipe I got by Cinda Sanners from her "Soup Buffet" show.

    Recipe #308228

    Use your microwave to make this quick, tasty soup.

    Recipe #308010

    Found this on the local news website.

    Recipe #305347

    My husband's heritage is Ukrainian, he grew up eating borscht and still loves it. If you would like to make this Vegetarian or Vegan, just omit the meat and/or the sour cream (I do and we aren't vegetarians). My husband rates this as one of his favorite soups I make (5 stars)! I cook this one Vegan style.

    Recipe #290098

    1 Reviews |  By cyaos

    I found this Asian flavoured stew on MSN recipes and modified it more to our tastes. It is great served with rice or just with some bread sticks or fresh bread to mop up the wonderful gravy.

    Recipe #284064

    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

    This is the real way to make Borscht. No canned veggies, no messing around. Just real hearty Borscht, the way my mother makes it. Good ingredients are key, especially the meat, which should be fresh and thick. Once you've had this Borscht, you will not be able to eat any other. For the non-kosher, try it au-natural, or with a nice spoonful of sour cream mixed in (please, not low fat, enjoy this!).

    Recipe #262907

    It is unbelievably easy, very good for you, diet-friendly...and delicious! The chicken literally melts in your mouth. It's addictive too :)

    Recipe #252244

    Homemade potato soup with a kick! So fast....real comfort food!

    Recipe #249744

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