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    Recipes for the Stone Soup Cookbook Game - March Topic of the Month - Soups for the Soul
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    Super quick using canned asparagus.

    Recipe #279313

    Got this recipe from our local paper, many years ago. It is quick and good, another family favorite. Can be made with bottled pre-squeezed orange juice, but fresh orange juice is better.

    Recipe #278893

    Simple, soothing and comforting. Probably our families all time favorite soup. You have got to make this with your own homemade chicken stock. I have a freezer full of stocks. May I suggest Kittencal's Turkey Stock recipe, only make it from a chicken carcass. When serving you can add a bit of cream or 1/2 & 1/2 to the bowl, I do not!

    Recipe #278794

    Fast pea soup with really excellent flavor made with canned peas and kraut. A family favorite, for nearly 4 decades. I personally use gluten-free flour.

    Recipe #278692

    I found this on an Italian website and fell in love with it! I am a fan of Pasta e Fagioli and this is kind of similar, yet different. It makes a hearty soup; and last time I made it I wanted a thinner broth, so I added three 14.5 ounce cans of Chicken Broth and used DaVinci Gnocchi noodles instead of lasagna noodles. The fresh mozzarella is a must -- don't substitute shredded! You will fall in love!

    Recipe #275988

    French Onion Soup is one of my favorite foods. This is a recipe I have made time and time again since 1994. It is one of the best Onion Soup recipes I have ever tried..homemade or from a restaurant!

    Recipe #182656

    Each year our company has a cook-off to raise money for a local charity. This was this years winner in the "Progresso Soup" category. It is delicious!

    Recipe #192489

    I am posting this recipe to try later. I am always looking for great soups to make during winter months and this sounds different; but yummy!

    Recipe #207907

    As the weather starts to cool, I am always ready for a good soup. This is a wonderful Fall (or holiday) soup recipe, with just a tad of heat and a very elegant presentation. Either bake your own seeds, or buy them pre-made in the peanut isle.

    Recipe #255110

    19 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Hearty Comfort FOOD!!!

    Recipe #49920

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet and spicy.The cob add a little more flavor but can be ommitted.

    Recipe #70377

    26 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The onions, carrots, celery, potatoes and garlic are sauteed first to enliven the sugars in them. This comfort soup gets a wonderful smokey flavor from your choice of ham bone or shank or smoked turkey wings. It's swirled with sherry. Topped with bacon bits and croutons.

    Recipe #117472

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Epazote is a weedlike Mexican herb which adds a distinctive flavor. It is sometimes available at Fiesta and other Mexican specialty markets. Cilantro can be used as an alternative.

    Recipe #166721

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Louis XIV more over or join me in enjoying my soup. I tried to get ever type onion I could find in my grocery store into this soup. Nine of the ingredients are in the genus Allium family. If you want to stick to one, two or 9 kinds of onion thats fine. But do give it a try! The rich flavor of the base is from the caramelized onions so be sure to have time for them. Sherry is used to enhance the caramelized onion flavor and to deglaze the pan. Bread slices need to be completely dry and toasted to hold the yummy cheese and stay afloat.

    Recipe #203544

    This recipe is for those of you who enjoy cold fruit soups! If you're one of those who've never tried this kind of soup, don't knock it until. . .well, just until! Such soups are great! Preparation time does not include time it takes for the finished soup to get cold.

    Recipe #286495

    This recipe comes from my Other Half, We like it in the summertime, although we do serve it up throughout the year--usually hot when first made & then as a cold leftover!

    Recipe #209823

    There was a time when I was very much into cold fruit soups, & this is still one of my favorite recipes! The cherries amount to about 4 cups. Preparation time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #209824

    After several decades of making the original of this recipe [along with a couple of suggestions on how to improve it], I decided to post a revised recipe rather than going back & rewriting the original. I find this version thicker & more tasty!

    Recipe #283433

    There are so many versions of stone soup AND the story of stone soup, but preparation of it is a group affair, & ingredients can be anything that works for you! This particular recipe comes from familyfun.go.com, & it's a great group activity. Two versions of the story can be found online, one at http://stonesoup.esd.ornl.gov & another one at www.thatsmyhome.com . Reading the story to the group is part of it all! The FIRST INGREDIENT--which I'm unable to list properly--should be "1 LARGE stone, preferrably quartz, because it won't break down during cooking."

    Recipe #213767

    Potatoes, breakfast sausage, and cheese combine to make a hearty soup. I use reduced fat sausage so you don't have to drain off the fat. Great with cornbread and salad for a comfort food meal on a cold night.

    Recipe #213259

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