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    The Soup Nazi

    No more soup for you!!!!
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    These two soups are good. I especially like the Albondigas Soup. Albondigas Soup

    Recipe #3510

    Found this in the March 3, 2003 issue of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking magazine. Haven't made this yet but it sound really good, super easy and quick to put together. Will definetly be making soon.

    Recipe #50887

    Recipe #3768

    Recipe #3586

    Courtesy of Emeril Lagasse.

    Recipe #128235

    3 Reviews |  By SJG3483

    This easy soup is perfect for breakfast or dessert

    Recipe #50306

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

    Recipe #24952

    9 Reviews |  By Andre!

    Ever had this comfort soup in a restaurant? Tomatoes, onions and pasta--always a winning combination. This recipe is simple, affordable and fat free. Grandma made this popular homemade tomato soup in our family restaurant back in the 50's. Experiment with rice, parsley, leftovers, herbs, celery leaves, cheese or diced tomatoes. This recipe is better reheated and easy to double or triple!

    Recipe #115199

    I made this in the summer and the taste was amazing.

    Recipe #79776

    Very refreshing and light. Great start to any meal! Melon, lime and mint- oooohhhhh so fresh and inviting! Posted for Zaar's World Tour 2005- the ingredients are popular in Australia, Asia, Mexico and the SW.

    Recipe #135141

    Quick, delicious homemade soup. Discovered this recipe in the Good Start magazine, when I was pregnant. Excellent source of calcium, nutrients and energy. We just love it!

    Recipe #56001

    This is Rachael Ray's recipe and it is fabu, everyone that has tried it loves it. I have changed the original recipe and I will make notations in ()

    Recipe #96865

    This is a quick South Beach Diet friendly soup. It is brothy, but the beans are very filling. I adapted a recipe from the cookbook to suit the ingredients that I had on hand.

    Recipe #96086

    4 Reviews |  By Leta

    This quart jar of soup ingredients is a personal and inexpensive gift to give to a casual friend or neighbor. You can use the same premise for the dry ingredients in cookies, brownies, etc.

    Recipe #43060

    If you have some chicken stock on hand, this is the easiest ever soup to make. Loaded with herbs and spices, I think it would be perfect for warming up on a chilly winter day or clearing a cold-stuffed body.

    Recipe #43132

    2 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    I adopted this recipe after Mean Chef (IHHDRO) left the site. I have not yet had a chance to sample this, but will add my own comments when I do.

    Recipe #79497

    This a an extremely delicious and easy soup. I am posting many other vegetable soups using this same technique - only the vegetables and seasonings change.

    Recipe #212728

    This is a great hearty soup - one of my hubby's favorites! Like most hearty soups, great with crusty bread.

    Recipe #130772

    This is one of my family's all-time favorite soups that I have made for years --- you may adjust the peppers to suit heat level, all other amounts may be adjusted also :)

    Recipe #91422

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