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    Recipe #40897

    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

    This soup is my version of Demos' Restaurant's baked chicken soup. I found a recipe for basic chicken soup and changed it to mimic what we were looking for! Demos' is located in Murfressboro, TN, and we live in Memphis, so I have never been able to try them side by side. However, I do know that this is yummy and filling. PLEASE NOTE: as stated before, I DO NOT add veggies to this dish, because the soup at the resturant does not have any in it. However, I am sure that some added carrots or celery would be yummy. Also, double the flour and butter to make a thicker soup. We like ours less creamy. For the chicken, I either use leftover baked chicken or I buy a cooked rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and pull all the chicken off of that. I have never tried canned chicken and I do not recommend it for this soup!

    Recipe #381521

    very flavoring, and tasty. Perfect for a cool night.

    Recipe #327266

    3 Reviews |  By DB1971

    This is a recipe that has been in the family a long time. Good stuff and very inexpensive

    Recipe #309129

    When I first read the words "Cheeseburger Soup" on the menu of our local deli - my thought was YUCK! This was the special every Friday! Well one Friday I decided to broaden my taste buds and give it a try! It was sooooo good! Being the cook that I am, I just knew I could make this on my own. So here is my version and If I do say so myself - "it's better than the deli's" but shhhh....don't tell them!!!!!

    Recipe #44294

    When I first made this I didn't think my kids would eat it. They LOVED it and I ended up having to make another batch. Try it with Tostitos Hint of Lime tortilla chips. My kids like to scoop the soup up with the chips! You can also make this very low fat, if you so choose.

    Recipe #56347

    Whatever uncertainties may exist in the Senate of the United States, one thing is sure: Bean Soup is on the menu of the Senate Restaurant every day. The origins of this culinary decree has been lost in antiquity, but there are several oft-repeated legends. One story has it that Senator Fred Thomas Dubois of Idaho, who served in the Senate from 1901 to 1907 and sat as chairman of the committee that supervised the Senate Restaurant, gaveled through a resolution requiring that the bean soup be on the menu every day. Another account attributes the bean soup mandate to Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota, who expressed his fondness for it in 1903. In any case, Senators, and their guests, are always assured of this hearty, nourishing dish. They know they can rely upon its delightful flavor and epicurean qualities. (Recipe from the Honourable and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, IV, U.S. Senator, West Virginia.)

    Recipe #28131

    I'm getting tired of seeing the so-called tortilla soup recipes running around that are nothing but a glorified chicken soup with tortillas added. Here's the real McCoy. Similar to the recipe at Houston's restaurant (modified, of course, to suit my tastes) For a beef version check out my recipe #261711.

    Recipe #4627

    Tortilla soup as it should be.....trust me, everyone loves this....and it's from the Houston Jr. League "Stop and Smell the Rosemary".

    Recipe #85800

    My mom started making this soup after finding it in a magazine (?), but I made a few adaptions and here it is!

    Recipe #71085

    Rachael Ray made this on her show recently and I can't wait to try it. It sure looks good and healthy. She promoted this as a 15-minute soup.

    Recipe #194982

    After having the best albondigas of my life on vacation, I searched high and low to find a recipe similar. I suppose albondigas varies from place to place, cuz the recipes were so very different!! This one is the best one I've found, with changes to suit our tastes.

    Recipe #130775

    Everyone knows by now how much I hate Edith Gump but love her cooking. I only pretend to like her and take her phone calls so she will share her delicious recipes. This onion soup is ambrosia in a bowl.

    Recipe #173175

    Depending on the season, you can serve this soup hot or cold.It is nice garnished with chopped fresh basil or dill and served with Croutons with Chevre and Red Peppers (see recipe on zaar). Recipe from Goodies to Go.

    Recipe #201479

    This soup is great. From BH&G.

    Recipe #255684

    Quick, tasty and healthy. Leave garlic cloves whole and it will melt nicely into the soup. Sprinkle grated Romano cheese on top to make it more delicious. Adding pasta to this soup makes it extra hearty and I strongly recommend storing leftover farfalle separately from the soup (as it tends to absorb all the liquid and get very soggy). This is my good friend Maxine's recipe and man can she cook!

    Recipe #97004

    A rich, creamy, comforting soup

    Recipe #37136

    After looking through 6 pages of Taco Soup recipes, I was surprised that none of them were exactly like this one I got from the Copykat website, most were close, but all a little different. Served with crushed taco chips, some shredded cheddar and a dollop of sour cream - this tastes just like tacos!

    Recipe #211101

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