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    1 Reviews |  By Vina

    Posted in response to a request. From my grandmother's recipe files. It's rich and delicious.

    Recipe #105069

    The ingredients for RSC #6 seemed to lend themselves to thai cooking, and the recent coldspell screamed SOUP out at me...this is the result. Delicious - and a healthful dinner is on the table in half an hour! Some reviewers have said that lemongrass would be nice and it probably would! Can't get it here in Greece so I just made do with what is available.

    Recipe #116449

    This recipe was created by a major Toronto Ontario hospital to rapidly and safely reduce a patients weight prior to surgery. It's safe and it works!

    Recipe #215370

    It's got alot of great flavor to it that some clam chowder's tend to lack. I'll buy fresh sourdough bread bowls to serve them in. I kinda grabbed a few of the family's recipes together and took or added ingredients to come up with this. I make this when I want to treat the family!You can use more or less clams or clam juice!

    Recipe #196073

    From theelegantchef.com, the food of North Africa. My son did a report on Algeria for school and told me that he read about a fish stew. I looked it up on-line found this soup (not stew) which sounds great.

    Recipe #196359

    After my five roommates and I have this for dinner I am still left with about 30 to 40 individual servings in the freezer. This chili freezes perfectly. I make this up once every 6 months and the last bag tastes just as good as the day I made it! Before sharing this recipe I had to think long and hard because it truly is my most prized and coveted recipe. It took me years of playing around and it's just near perfect. If you win at the county fair all I ask for is honorable mention, a picture of the ribbon, a postcard from your town, and maybe your favorite pie recipe! Be sure to load it up with cheddar, sour cream, bread and nacho chips!! Also great for chili dogs!! ***Response to Reviews: I understand some people want the taste of cumin in their chili - I don't like cumin & think it has no place in chili - not in my chili anyway. As to the "no chili" flavour review, I completely understand if it is the cumin you are missing. Maybe you should have considered that before trying this recipe then writing a bad review of it. If you followed the recipe & used the peppers you would find it to be packed with flavour & a moderate heat. Happy many have enjoyed this cumin-free recipe. :)

    Recipe #57204

    Easy no-brainer. Have a hearty dinner waiting for you when you get home in the evening.

    Recipe #14794

    This is a recipe from my dad's vegan cookbook. My sister used to be vegan, so he made it up for her and the rest of us, if we wanted to try the recipes.

    Recipe #248858

    A thick soup that is full of bacon and sautéed apple flavors. When ready to serve top with mozzarella cheese and have a wonderful crusty bread along side. Adapted from another cooking website's email newsletter.

    Recipe #185129

    Found this in Sunset magazine. It says it's good over rice or with slices of hearty bread. Add a tossed salad and it's a meal.

    Recipe #225253

    My husband's great aunt make this for him all the time growing up. She used a pressure cooker and chicken legs in the original recipe but we have found we like the beef better. And since I don't own a pressure cooker, I converted it for use in the crock pot. Even the kids love this vegetable soup. Especially when I serve it with homemade whole-wheat bread (#94990). Response to reviewer: The sugar is to keep the soup from being too salty. If you are using salt-free vegetables I would agree that you need to cut back on the sugar.

    Recipe #91938

    This is a wonderful Lamb Stew from the land "Down Under." I added some Turnips which will give it an Irish touch! Both Ireland and Australia/Oz have similar dishes! The original recipe can be found at; http://www.australian-lamb.com/recipeslamb?RID=147&MID=5

    Recipe #51759

    I've learned this recipe from a friend from Mexico. I don't eat menudo, because the tripe or pig's feet made me nauseous. She always celebrated with this soup and I can eat everything in it without being grossed out! It's very delicious and everyone always get seconds or thirds! Don't forget to garnish! I add lots of lemon juice to my bowl and a dash of salt.

    Recipe #196233

    Another family favorite.

    Recipe #46369

    Canadian Living recently featured a an article promoting recipes rich in grains. This soup looked so comforting and satisfying, I knew that as autumn arrived it would be the perfect meal. Submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136977

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Barley has been cultivated since the Stone Age and fermented to make beer soon after. Folk medicine has made use of barley water, made by simply soaking barley in water, as a tonic during convalescence. "Pearl" barley is the name of the grain when it's been polished, after the husk and bran have been removed. It's the form most commonly used in soups. This grain has one significant health advantage compared to most other cereal grains (oats and corn for example) it is very low on the glycemic index. Enjoy this old fashioned, hearty soup!

    Recipe #54120

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Polish soup pronounced Barstch is served on Christmas Eve.(A few dried mushroom pieces can be added for extra flavor--optional). My family loves putting a scoop of mashed potatoes right into the soup. Garnish any way you enjoy.

    Recipe #138152

    What says "winter" better than a crock pot full of steaming soup!

    Recipe #199139

    138 Reviews |  By RuizA

    This albondigas soup recipe was given to me from my mother-in-law. It's definitely one my favorite soups. Honestly, it's better than most restaurants that I've tried.

    Recipe #107281

    From Fitness magazine February 2006. Very easy to make and vegan, too! As a suggestion, serve with Recipe #118085. Also, I like to cook up a pot of brown rice and add a large spoonful to each serving of soup for a complete meal in a bowl. Finally, I have reduced the coconut milk by half and the soup was still delicious! There you go!

    Recipe #151772

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