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    "Only the pure of heart can make good soup." --Beethoven
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    This is a satisfying, healthy, cold weather stew recipe from "Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Favorites". It’s great over rice or with some crusty bread. It's a flexible recipe; feel free o substitute with whatever veggies you have in the fridge. Kale works well. TO PRESS TOFU: Sandwich firm or soft tofu between two plates or baking sheets. Rest a weight (like a heavy book) on top and press for 30 minutes, then drain water.

    Recipe #445498

    A yummy, hearty stew. Adapted from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #284200

    Now that the cold weather is coming we are going to need our comfort foods. This recipe will satisfy anyone on a cold winter night. I don't particularly like soups myself but this version turns it into almost a stew. I guess a real 'stoup', steaming mashed potatoes with gravy over them, chicken and veggies and even a pot pie decoration :). I add just a couple tablespoons of dark rum or brandy to it; it gives a touch of extra depth. I found this recipe on chaosinthekitchen.com and have had it open for days so I don't lose it, finally posting it here. She suggests using separate frozen veggies, if you go frozen, since they are normally more tender than the frozen mixed vegetables but either way, or fresh, of course. She also has a recipe for puff pastry stars if you want to add that.

    Recipe #395700

    A rich, hearty Autumn stew. Substitute peeled, cubed butternut squash for the pumpkin, if desired. You can also use hard cider.

    Recipe #460748

    Just like mother used to make if she was a loving Mexican woman.

    Recipe #126353

    This came from a chili cookbook. If you want it hotter, leave in some of the chile seeds. It calls for some dried herbs, but I prefer to use double the amount of fresh.

    Recipe #274839

    This originally came from a Weight Watchers cookbook and I adapted it slightly for a chili cookoff at work. It ended up as a finalist and was voted "Most Memorable". I really enjoyed the flavor and it is very quick to put together, which is even better! 4 WW points for 1 cup serving.

    Recipe #118826

    Chase away autumn's damp, cool and unpredictable weather with a hearty bowl of turkey chili. Cooked on low for 8-10 hours in the slow cooker, it's ready for ravenous appetites when suppertime rolls around.

    Recipe #399340

    This is the best chili recipe I have ever tried. I'm not sure where the recipe originated, but it is amazing! Sometimes, I don't bother adding all four cans of the kidney beans and it still turns out wonderful. Once anyone tastes this chili, they will be begging for the recipe!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #73166

    Flavored with coconut milk, curry powder, coriander and cilantro this black bean-pumpkin soup is a fabulous addition to any meal. Canned beans deliver protein and fiber; pumpkin is a terrific source of vitamin A!

    Recipe #441144

    In 'Make it Fast, Cook it Slow' by Stephanie O'Dea

    Recipe #440704

    5 Reviews |  By rick

    easy to make

    Recipe #10934

    This is a comfort food at my house. Really yummy and healthy. Simple to make too!

    Recipe #438165

    from Eat Fat, Lose Fat. make it vegan by using vegetable broth/stock *i made this after i posted it, and i think i would reduce the stock to 3 cups to make it a bit thicker/richer.

    Recipe #436223

    I absolutely love the green chile corn chowder soup they have at Sweet Tomatoes, so I found this recipe to suffice my cravings. I like roasting the corn and chiles before adding them to the soup. I do this by throwing them into the oven at 450 degrees for 20 - 30 minutes, or until the skins of the peppers start charring and wilting, and the corn browns. I enjoy poblano and anaheim peppers in this recipe. This is a filling soup, but pairs nicely with grilled salmon.

    Recipe #430329

    If you do not have fresh herbs on hand you can use ½ tsp dried herbs

    Recipe #427341

    The potato and tapioca work together to thicken the stew as it cooks.

    Recipe #426597

    1 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Recipe source: local newspaper

    Recipe #425757

    this stew is hearty and good for you. it is also diabetic friendly

    Recipe #425662

    Vegan, high protein, comforting noodle soup! I used Schaer gluten-free tagliatelle noodles: http://www.schaer.com/en/gluten-free-products/tagliatelle/ I used NOW Foods textured soy protein chunks: http://www.nowfoods.com/?action=itemdetail&item_id=3661 I used my Recipe #264657 for the seasoning. You could use Italian seasonings or something you like for a basic soup.

    Recipe #425969

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