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    SOUPS/STEWS

    In the NE we have very long winters. Soups and stews are a maninstay in any cook's kitchen. They are also budget friendly and make for a fun family meal. Soups and stews are similar to a long, slow country hayride, you know the best part is happening with every step or taste. I hope you enjoy the recipes in here. I know my family does. The bokk will evolve as I experiment with more recipes from this fabulous site.
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    This is for my DH for the wood he hauls and the outside work, and for starting my car on freezing mornings. It is a fast and simple soup to warm the cockels in a hurry. This isn't a soup you slave over, it really is a quik soup to warm anyone up on a blustery day.

    Recipe #283620

    Wanted a substantial and healthy dinner for a cold night. Also wanted something where my hands were free to do bread and other cooking. Here is a different kind of stew recipe, little savory, little sweet. Enjoy it with a crusty bread and salad for a rounded meal.

    Recipe #283637

    Excellent use of leftover Thanksgiving turkey meat. Like many people, I have spent countless hours searching for unique and appealing ways to serve left-over turkey for the several days that followed our huge Thanskgiving feast. After trying several different soups and stews, my husband and I combined all the things we liked best about our favorite recipes and came up with this wonderful turkey stew recipe. It's our favorite, and the only turkey stew that we even eat anymore.

    Recipe #324311

    7 Reviews |  By Sage

    This is a wonderful Barley soup made in the Slow cooker, but using the microwave to have in ready in 3 hours. Feel free to add any other vegetables that are available. As you can see no need for oil or butter.

    Recipe #409186

    I made this recently and it was excellent! A package of frozen broccoli can be used instead of fresh. Thank you to Tweetybird40 on the Weight Watchers site.

    Recipe #267346

    This comes along with clean out your freezer week. I made this soup for my family this weekend and it went over bigtime. Young and old liked it and I made it vegetarian style. It can be made with meat (chicken or beef) but due to Lent it was veggie. (makes a huge amount) Freezes well. Recipe can be reduced proportionately.

    Recipe #162903

    A friend of my F-I-L gave this recipe to him and he says it not only is delicious, the house smells cozy and warm. Can't beat that description. Super easy and quick, serve with crusty bread and salad or famous grilled cheese sandwich and you have a hit for dinner or lunch.

    Recipe #193706

    This is not your average hamburger soup. I was planning to make chili (which I also did) and decided to make 4 lbs. of hamburger. I had a head of cabbage and some extra veggies left from last garden pick so here came the soup decision. I am tasting it now before I post because I wanted to make sure the flavors came together well. THEY DID! Dh loves these surprises.

    Recipe #273785

    YUMMMMY is what I say. I found this recipe in a cookbook, liked it but wanted something better. So I adapted this recipe after playing with it. Here is what I came up with.

    Recipe #274940

    Today we are awaiting an ice storm (again) so after grocery shopping I needed to make a quick dinner that was hearty and warm. (just in case we lose power like they are predicting) Delicious and filling according to my DH and DS.

    Recipe #290364

    A thick, hearty, and satisfying New England-style clam chowder that has been especially well-received by all who have tried a creamy & delicious bowlful. I prepare it using clams from the can and bottled clam juice, which are what's available here in landlocked Utah.

    Recipe #159793

    I really like recipes that make use of frozen mixed vegetables -- I feel so virtuous eating them and have none of the work preparing them.! And this one has frozen meatballs, too. Talk about ease-of-preparation! Recipe from TOH.

    Recipe #154473

    This is a delicious way to lose weight! There are three variations so you never have to get tired of the same old thing! Adopted from "Moosewood Restaraunt New Classics" cookbook. Enjoy!

    Recipe #92658

    A quick and hearty soup. I use frozen meatballs and cook 3-5 per person in the soup.

    Recipe #3511

    Hearty winter fare. Don't forget to serve feta cheese and crusty bread alongside. Note: although it is not traditional to have veggies in this soup here in Greece, I always put a couple in, simply because they taste good. I have carrot and potato on the ingredient list here, but I also often use some minced celery and maybe a smallish zucchini.

    Recipe #59197

    This recipe is from a Weight Watchers meeting. It is so quick -- I ate it daily when I was on maternity leave with my second son. If I am making it for the week, I just empty the cans into a plastic container and warm up 1 serving in the microwave. I have also made it using frozen corn and mixed vegetables. Those who enjoy this may also be interested in #57009 - "5 cans and a jar".

    Recipe #50338

    From the Seattle P-I. Takes only an hour and makes great leftovers. I like to toast sourdough bread to dip in it.

    Recipe #77244

    13 Reviews |  By marna

    This is a recipe that is super fast and fit into my weight watchers. It is 4 points and makes 4 servings of about 1 1/4 cups each. Ohh, By the way it really is great!!

    Recipe #79412

    This is an incredibly good clone of the real thing. A friend emailed this recipe to me.

    Recipe #24952

    19 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Just picture this hearty bean vegetable soup topped with feta cheese, fresh chopped tomato and parsley. Add pita bread, toasted and buttered for dunking.

    Recipe #23247

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