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    Literally, SIX freakin' cans!! (It has been brought to my attention that there are only FIVE freakin' cans. Ooops, sorry. Usually I don't have a problem counting to five, but there you go. Enjoy the recipe anyway!)

    Recipe #155290

    Wow! What an easy meal. Just dump these cans in a pot, heat it up and serve. My husband couldn't believe I whipped this soup up in 15 minutes! Serve with some warm rolls w/butter. It's an awesome recipe for busy wives!

    Recipe #220801

    This is a wonderful, hearty soup. I like potato soup and find that many restaurants are leaning towards cheddar cheese potato soups. They are ok but I prefer a hearty potato soup that actually tastes of potato. This makes a large batch, my family always asks for some when I make it and the leftovers are terrific.

    Recipe #363134

    This is a recipe from Rachael Ray's magazine. She recommends serving it with breadsticks. Use an immersion blender to easily puree the soup.

    Recipe #349793

    Found this on the local news website.

    Recipe #305347

    Great on cold days, easy to make and kids like it.

    Recipe #76839

    This is one of our winter favorites!!

    Recipe #12633

    This makes a great tasting soup that you will love! Adapted from the cooking show Big Daddy's House on Food Network. Enjoy!

    Recipe #356054

    This is from All You magazine. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks delicious. Instead of black beans you can try navy beans, red kidney beans, or black-eyed peas (or a mix). You can add a cup of yellow corn, a can of diced chiles or chopped jarred pimientos just before the end of cooking time for a shot of color and flavor, or sprinkle in a few drops of hot sauce. Also, instead of sausage, you could stir in cut-up leftover ham, chicken or beef. Or try chicken or turkey sausage. Per serving: 635 Calories, 11g fat (3g Sat.), 21mg Chol., 29g Fiber, 38g Pro., 101g Carb., 1025mg Sod.

    Recipe #359534

    This is a WONDERFUL recipe that I have looked for over 7 years now! I finally got the recipe from Chef Betsy502, who has someone in her family that worked at Bob Evans, and then Impera Magna re-calculated all of the ingredients to make it a home-cooked meal for my family! YAY for the Chefs here on Zaar! This is so good! Such comfort food, I simply can't explain! ENJOY! (And thank you SO MUCH, Betsy502 and Impera Magna for helping me achieve my DREAM RECIPE!) :)

    Recipe #135323

    25 Reviews |  By Lennie

    This is real comfort food for me. Very warming on a cold day.

    Recipe #12867

    These muffins seem to be a little moister than most cornmeal muffins. I think soaking the cornmeal in the buttermilk is what makes a difference. I always use finely ground cornmeal, but you can use the regular cornmeal if you like the grittier texture it provides. I always use butter, not margarine, a personal preference. I never use Splenda, but imagine it would work for those with dietary restrictions. I will sometimes add some toasted wheat germ, no more than about 1/4 cup in this recipe, just to give it a bit of a nutritional boost. As with most cornmeal muffins, these are best served the day they are baked. I don't know how well they freeze, the kids eat them up too quickly. I can't remember where I found the recipe, but thought I would post it here for safe keeping. Update to this recipe. I have added honey on to the ingredient list. I usually use honey instead of sugar when I make these. It adds a bit of flavour as well as making them moister.

    Recipe #364044

    2 Reviews |  By Adam K.

    This recipe was given to me from my supervisor at work (Rick Rossi). I have not tried it yet, but I promise I will and put in my review!

    Recipe #15342

    This is a special chili made for my husband Jim. Please keep in mind that a lot of times while cooking, I don't measure the ingredients so the spice measurements may have to be adjusted to your taste.

    Recipe #326527

    My DH never had this growing up. To someone not used to chicken and dumplings, he did'nt like the "doughballs", until I made this recipe, now its a family favorite, and easy too! I usually double the recipe. I serve with baked potato and cornbread. I serve it in a bowl, it is soupy.

    Recipe #105325

    This chicken noodle soup is great on a cool day.

    Recipe #20755

    This recipe was given to me by my friend. These instructions are exactly how she gave them to me. I hope it is not to confusing. This is a very good recipe for chicken stew or pot pie filling. It has become a favorite at our house.

    Recipe #66229

    One of the gals from college gave me this recipe. She and I used to swap out on cooking meals because we were the only ones who like to cook on our floor. I was thumbing through my recipes working on "Culinary Corner" for the easy winter soups article. It was SOOO filling and good. At the time, I thought it was different and really, I'm really leery about trying new stuff. VERY quick and easy for you Mom's who need something fast!

    Recipe #151460

    This savory soup has a Southern twist with the addition of black-eyed peas and Creole spices. Leftovers can be frozen for up to one month.

    Recipe #340922

    One of Emeril Lagasse's favorites. This is a soup his mom would always cook. He describes it as a stick-to-your-ribs soup. Enjoy! *Note: the dried beans need to soak for at least 8 hours. You could do that overnight* (For a quick soak, bring the beans and water to a boil over high heat and cook for 2 minutes at the boil, then remove from the heat and allow to stand for 1 hour. Drain.) Prep time does not include soaking the beans.

    Recipe #370726

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