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    My husband and I created this recipe together. He won a chili cook-off with this recipe at work. We always use venison, but you can use ground beef or turkey.

    Recipe #105865

    I have seen alot of Beef vegie soups but not like this one. I like to use leftover Roast beef or get some at the deli. I sometimes make in crockpot for 8-12 hours on low. You may need to check on it. The potatoes thicken it and the tomatoes give body to the broth.

    Recipe #147624

    This comes from the WW website. POINTS® Value: 3 Servings: 8 Preparation Time: 20 min Cooking Time: 375 min Level of Difficulty: Easy Toss the ingredients into a slow cooker in the morning, and you'll be eating this delicious, almost effortless homemade soup for dinner.

    Recipe #296150

    19 Reviews |  By Gil2

    This recipe is from my web-site ( www.portuguese-recipes.com ).It has many variations this is my rendition of it.It's a great meatless soup but you can always add sausage or even stew beef.

    Recipe #57691

    I got this out of the National Enquirer in 1995-1996 when the soup diet originally came out. I don't remember the rules of the diet other than you could eat as much of this as you wanted.

    Recipe #105365

    30 Reviews |  By jmelyn

    My first recipe posting! :) This is my favorite soup to make when the weather starts to get chilly. It's from a little restaurant in the small town where I grew up. My mom obtained the recipe, and I have fond memories of helping her make this soup. It's great served with shredded cheese, and freezes really well too. Prep time, cook time and servings are all approximate. Enjoy!

    Recipe #71708

    Delicious anytime!!! Serve with sticky rice for a hearty meal! This isn't your ordinary "stew", and it is supposed to be runny. Lots of broth! Enjoy!

    Recipe #42722

    From foodandwine.com: The traditional Portuguese kale and potato soup inspired this delicious country-style dish. It's especially welcome in the winter months when kale is at its peak. An interesting bread completes this meal with aplomb. Try corn bread or tomato-topped Italian focaccia. A good crusty loaf of white bread will do fine, too.

    Recipe #402235

    I came up with this today when trying to figure out something to do with a few veggies and a bag of cooked rice noodles that had made it to the end of the food shopping week. We really enjoyed it and it is also pretty healthy too.

    Recipe #388225

    This soup is simple to make after work. My husband thinks it is as good if not better than any we've ever had in a restaurant.

    Recipe #11181

    One of St. Louis's favorite soup recipes was recently printed in the Post-Dispatch. I remember going to St. Louis when I was young and my family going into the department store's restaurant for this famous soup. Enjoy! Famous-Barr's French Onion Soup

    Recipe #607

    From TOH magazine. I love tomato soup, goat cheese, and pesto--so this soup sounds like a hit to me! This was a runner-up in the "Prize Tomatoes" recipe contest; the original submitter suggests grilling the tomatoes in summer instead of roasting them.

    Recipe #372717

    5 Reviews |  By Nasseh

    This easy taco soup is full of flavor. It tastes even better the second day. Note: If you want it more soupier you can add another small can of tomato sauce.

    Recipe #314427

    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

    This soup is absolutely delicious! A family favorite, my 4 year old son calls it "Meaty Meatball Yummy Soup". It's packed with healthy veggies, which you can vary according to your family's taste. Don't let the long ingredient list fool you - it is simple and quick to prepare with ingredients you usually have on hand. You can substitute fresh vegetables for the canned; I created this in winter when I had more canned and frozen items on hand than fresh. Leave the meatballs out if you are short on time or want to skip the meat. You can also make the meatballs in advance and freeze them to add later. We like to serve this with a fresh green salad and good multi grain bread.

    Recipe #344781

    I got this recipe from a friend, who got it from her father. It's delicious; even my fussy two-year old loves it! It calls for chicken broth and butter, so if you want a vegan version just substitute veggie broth and margarine or oil.

    Recipe #162361

    This is my adaptation of a recipe for Jewish Penicillin, a.k.a. Chicken Soup. Everyone who tries it loves it - even my two year old. You can also leave out the meat and potatoes or rice and use this as a really flavorful chicken stock. I usually get around 6 quarts of soup, but it depends on how much I simmer it down.

    Recipe #155759

    I adopted this recipe from Mean Chef, who described it as "quick easy and delicious." I agree--it's simple to make, very yummy, and reasonably filling. It makes a good, light meal.

    Recipe #88348

    Recipe adapted from Light & Tasty to use lean ground turkey instead of turkey sausage. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds like a good autumn recipe.

    Recipe #185981

    This is an easy version that starts with canned beef broth. Some of the ingredients may be hard for people in some parts of the world to find--I live in an area with a large Asian population so I've never had any trouble myself. Be careful when using the sriracha or sambal oelek, as they are very hot. Fish sauce, to the uninitiated, smells really awful--but it doesn't taste like it smells. Once you've added it to your soup, you won't smell it nearly so strongly and it adds a pleasant, salty, seafood-y flavor to your food.

    Recipe #165638

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