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    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    My favorite chowder! My family has been enjoying this wonderful chowder for three generations and I hope you enjoy, too! Rich creamy and satisfying, serve this hearty chowder steaming hot with chowder crackers or a buttered baguette. YUM! Tip: The quality of the olive oil you use will affect the outcome--be sure to use a good, high quality extra-virgin oil! Recipe is from my father who clipped it from the newspaper, long ago.

    Recipe #109564

    85 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A delicious version of this popular Italian soup. Adding the sausage (regular or turkey) makes it a satisfying meal if served with a nice warm baguette.

    Recipe #38088

    This is a very tasty mushroom soup! It is a recipe from my DD, who has been making it for years. It was her boss' favorite.

    Recipe #134623

    This is my friend Gale's favorite soup. She makes a huge pot, and makes fresh baked bread and just enjoy.

    Recipe #123497

    Another great comfort food!! (Italian Style)

    Recipe #117030

    This is from a Vietnamese cookbook, lent to me by a friend. The ginger makes for a spicy, flavourful broth.

    Recipe #115147

    1 Reviews |  By PBF

    This recipe comes from Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop, WA. My husband, who used to hate curry, has become a convert. This soup base is smooth and delicious and the texture of the chicken, wild rice and celery crunch adds to the variety and it has been a hit at dinner parties. I've used the basic recipe as curry chicken over rice as well (reducing the amount of stock I use so it's enough for a sauce instead of a soup, and omitting the wild rice and adding a handful of currants). I also use this recipe as the curried chicken (not the soup) for potlucks with rave reviews. ** Addition: this recipe works great in the crock pot.

    Recipe #35250

    57 Reviews |  By Kimke

    This soup is to die for! My friend Jan makes it for potlucks and I can never get enough. It is the best, yummiest, soup around. Good for those cold winter days and those times when you need comfort food. I don't even want to think about the calories....

    Recipe #48014

    These black beans are delicious. I have made these for years, everyone likes them. I have passed along the recipe to lots of people. I got the recipe out of a PG&E pamphlet (years ago). The recipe is from MUSTARD'S GRILL' in St. Helena CA, the Napa Valley. Prep time does not include soaking the beans.

    Recipe #43363

    17 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This soup is simply wonderful to take away the chill! Make it vegetarian by eliminating the sausage and substitute vegetable stock for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #12498

    A Southern traditional dish served on New Year's Day, greens for prosperity and black-eyed peas for luck created for Oprah Winfrey by Art Smith

    Recipe #80282

    1 Reviews |  By ~Bliss~

    Salad in a bowl, but liquid and hot.

    Recipe #90146

    Got this originally from our local newspaper, doctored it up a little bit & had a winner. Simple, inexpensive but a hearty winter soup & is easily made with ingredients found in most pantries (the measurements are based on the size of the canned veggies I had in my local grocery story but like with any soup they're meant to be tinkered with given your family's likes/dislikes). Can be made in crock pot or on stovetop; recipe is easily doubled. If making on stovetop, you may need to add water or stock if you notice too much thickening. Freezes well also. Can easily be made for a tailgate party on a camp stove, hence the name Tailgate Soup. Can easily be made Vegetarian by omitting the meat & adding additional beans.

    Recipe #104989

    A recipe clipped from Crafting Traditions magazine. According to the article, the recipe poster had asked a local restaurant for the recipe many times. Eventually, when the restaurant owner retired, he shared the recipe with the customer. A good choice for New Year's festivities. I have lightened some of the ingredients, but you may use the original full calorie versions if you prefer.

    Recipe #96574

    From 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 hearty, meal in a bowl, good for cold days chowder. Serve it with crusty bread for a complete meal. It looks like a lot of ingredients but this is actually after-work friendly. Recipe adapted from Chicago Tribune's Good Eating section

    Recipe #102838

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Submitted per request for tomato soup and I thought this seemed really interesting and a bit different from the ordinary tomato soup. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (December 1986)

    Recipe #102955

    A hearty and healthy winter soup full of amazing flavor! I adapted this recipe from one on to make it easier and quicker to prepare as well as lower in fat and high in lean protein and healthy veggies with cancer-fighting antioxidants such as kale and cabbage. I always make enough to feed an army, but halving is no problem. Kids love it, too.... Enjoy! **CORRECTION: I had changed my original recipe in order that my Atkins-dieting husband could eat the stew, too. The verdict from the kids after making it a few times was a resounding, "Change it back!" It is much simpler, tastier and quicker to make this way.... So here I am, changing it back. I'm sorry, Geema, that you got to the recipe before then. :(

    Recipe #103884

    This is a great soup for a cold winter day. First it keeps your kitchen warm, then it keeps you warm. The peas dissolve to make it thick and creamy in texture.

    Recipe #80205

    Everything in it but the kitchen sink; a stick-to-your-ribs winter soup. One of our favourites when the wind starts a-blowin' and the grey skies start a-snowin'. Don't be tempted to use onions instead of leeks now. The leeks are required. Like all pea soups, better the next day.

    Recipe #73780

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