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    SOUPS & STEWS [tried and true]

    I love soups. This is a collection of the soups I make again and again, from light soups for hot weather, to hearty stews that are perfect for cold, blustery evenings.

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    From the Food section of the Kansas City Star 02/07/07.

    Recipe #212701

    This is my favorite soup. It's a nice balance of sweet and savory, and it freezed beautifully. I like it with grilled cheese. (I hate to specify a brand name / hard to find ingredient, but I haven't found a good substitute for Thai Kitchen's roasted red chili paste.) [This is adapted from The Naked Chef (Jamie Oliver).]

    Recipe #145074

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com I got this copycat recipe off of Top Secret Recipes site.I love Friday's Black Bean Soup because of its spiciness and I was so happy to find this! This is so easy to prepare! You can make this soup on the stovetop or in the slow cooker.I brought this soup to a boil on the stove and then put it in the slow cooker and let it simmer on low for 2-3 hours. If you like black bean soup, you're gonna love this!

    Recipe #102274

    A very good broccoli cheese soup. Served with crusty bread.

    Recipe #150384

    This is a nice flavorful, hearty soup. The shavings of good parmesan definately add a nice finishing touch. [The Naked Chef]

    Recipe #166201

    There's a Middle Eastern restaurant near me that has wonderful lentil soup. I've been looking for a recipe to recreate it at home, and this comes very close. I really like the flavor that results from cooking the spices in oil first before swirling into the finished soup. The only thing I changed from the original recipe is to omit cilantro - I don't think the soup needs it. This soup is quick, easy, inexpensive, and healthy. [From Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special]

    Recipe #153142

    This is a thick, fragrant, and hearty stew. Very satsifying on a cold day, very good for you, and very cheap. Can't really ask for more than that from a single recipe.

    Recipe #148061

    This is a refinement of a recipe I created when my boyfriend was sick, and I wanted to make chicken noodle soup from what we had on hand. For the authentic poor college student version - use 1 can of Swanson's chicken broth + 1 cup water, and a brick of ramen noodles. I get nostalgic just thinking about it. But I like this version better.

    Recipe #145203

    This is an adaptation of a recipe from Good Eats. The original recipe as prepared in the show calls simmering a chopped up turkey carcass in vegetable broth for 3 - 4 hours. I tried it that way, and found the resulting soup to be gelatinously fatty, and nobody liked picking little bones out either. But the flavors were really good, so now I make / defat stock separately, and make the soup this way.

    Recipe #145740

    Wow this soup is such comfort food for me. Especially served with cornbread made from the $0.39 blue box mix. This was always my favorite thing about the Honey Baked Ham my parents did for Christmas and Easter every year (although ham and eggs is a close second).

    Recipe #145910

    This is a quicker version of my Recipe #145910. The only real difference between this and the long simmering version is that you don't have to remember to soak the beans overnight, and the beans retain more texture. My dad loves the original recipe, and he declared this to be just as good.

    Recipe #165726

    PLEASE READ: YES! CHOCOLATE CHILI! Here is my quite excellent balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, which I hope you will enjoy as well. 10/14/2011: For those of you out there looking for a traditional chili recipe, THIS ISN'T IT. I've removed the 'sour mix' from the recipe (you can add it if you want) because it really is just adding more sugar, lemon, lime and water, so I adjusted the lemon/lime juice in the recipe and you can add more sugar if you think the chili needs some. If you are trying to go for a more unbalanced, traditional-style taste for this chili, you might want to add brown sugar separately from the rest of the spice mix in smaller amounts until the chili tastes the way you like. I've listed additional salt and pepper without specific measurements because when cooking meat and the veggies, it's standard operating procedure for most chefs to season as you cook. Need that extra layer of heat and flavor? Add 1/2 finely diced Poblano pepper.

    Recipe #18414


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